A dynamic and award-winning educator, speaker, author, sexologist, consultant, and coach, Dr. Carroll did her graduate training at the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned her Master's and Doctoral degrees in education. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Denison University. Dr. Carroll is an AASECT-certified sexuality educator and has received numerous awards for her teaching and work in the fields of sexuality and gender. Dr. Carroll currently teaches in the psychology department at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Prior to this, she was a tenured psychology professor and Director of the Counseling Center at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas. Dr. Carroll is a best-selling author and has published several books, including Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity (now in the 6th edition), The Day Aunt Flo Comes to Visit (about female puberty and first periods), and How Did This Frog Get in My Throat? (about male puberty). Dr. Carroll has published many articles, hosted her own radio show, appeared on numerous
television talk shows, and has travelled around the world exploring sociocultural issues. She has completed her coursework with the CoActive Training Institute and is in the process of becoming certified as a professional co-active coach (CPCC). Dr. Carroll works with clients of all ages and encourages authentic expression & communication.