Rose Munns, PsyD

Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Rose Munns

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-625-1500

Office Address:
University of Minnesota
180 West Bank Office Bldg
1300 S Second St
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Assistant Professor, Program in Human Sexuality (PHS)


Psychologist


PsyD, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University

Summary

Rosemary Munns, PsyD, began her work at the University of Minnesota Program in Human Sexuality in 1998. She has extensive clinical experience in compulsive sexual behavior, relationship and sex therapy, gender diverse clients, and sex offender treatment. Dr Munns' therapeutic work extends to partners and families of people who have compulsive sexual behavior issues or offenses. She is an AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists) certified sex therapist as well as an AASECT certified sex therapist supervisor, and serves on the AASECT committee for reviewing sex therapy certification applications. Dr. Munns is a member of ATSA (Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers), MnATSA (Minnesota Chapter: Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers), as well as serving on the board of MnATSA. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Minnesota Psychological Association. Dr. Munns earned her PsyD at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology.

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Expertise

Compulsive sexual behavior, relationship and sex therapy, transgender health, and sex offender treatment.

Awards & Recognition

Faculty Mentor Award

Professional Associations

Board Member, MnATSA

Research

Publications

Berg, D., Munns, R., & Miner, M.H. (2017). Treating sexual offending. In Z.D. Peterson (Ed.), The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy (pp. 129-142). Chichester, West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Robinson BE, Munns RA, Weber-Main AM, Lower MA, Raymond NC. Application of the sexual health model in the long-term treatment of hypoactive sexual desire and female orgasmic disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2011;40(2):469-78.