The concept of mentally induced orgasms has intermittently popped up in research throughout psychology though it is usually noted and often dismissed. Gina Ogden refers to “thinking off” in her 1981 dissertation, though, it was not until the 1990s that Whipple and Komisaruk joined her in researching the effects of mentally induced orgasms in spinal cord injured people.
Since then Dr. Chelsie has pursued her interest in healthy human sexuality and particularly the mental orgasm. Though other terminology has been used to describe the concept in the past; it is a long-overlooked topic. Dr. Chelsie’s research focuses on the qualitative data and the search for the collected essence of mental orgasms in women. This includes the thoughts, contexts, statements, and collective themes of mental orgasms for more information please read the synopsis provided.
The Benefits of Orgasm, including mental orgasms, are:
- Decreased Stress and Tension
- Increased Confidence
- Immune System Boost
- Decreased Carcinogens
- Increased Sense of Well-Being
- MUCH More!!!
Mental Orgasm Research
Below you will find a synopsis of the research. This is far from the entirety of the findings and the complete version can be requested from Dr. Chelsie or bought from ProQuest. Please note all material is copyrighted.
Understanding Mental Orgasms in Women: The Results Are In! by Chelsie Reed, PhD, LPC