Roger Kuhn is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a private practice in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco. His work focuses on sexual vitality and wellness issues for individuals and varying partner configurations. His work is informed from a social and sexual justice perspective. He considers himself a soma-cultural therapist and is interested in the body and its relation to culture which helps shape, challenge, and ultimately influence our experiences.
Roger is a core faculty member of the Somatic Psychology Department at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He has presented at the annual American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) conference and currently offers workshops and trainings in the Bay Area for clinicians around the topics of technology and intimacy, sex therapy, and multicultural issues in counseling psychology. Additionally, he is a member of AASECT, and a board member of the Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirit Society.
He is currently pursuing a PhD in Human Sexuality where his current research focuses on decolonizing sexuality, as well as the intersections of technology and intimacy. When not being a student or therapist, Roger enjoys creative outlets such as music, dance, and communing with nature.