Intelligent tips for flirting
Alice Holland, a human sexuality expert who is director of Student Health Services, is available to discuss and demonstrate intelligent flirting.
Holland can recommend and demonstrate exercises for men and women to develop their conversational muscles. She also can offer a recipe for becoming a more approachable person. She also is prepared to discuss the benefits of going on "a quasi-dangerous" date to increase attraction.
Holland's professional profile includes a master of education in human sexuality, master of science in nursing, bachelor of arts in psychology, school nurse certification and certified registered nurse practitioner specializing in family practice. She is certified as a sexuality educator through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). She is currently a doctoral candidate attaining a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sexuality.
She has been a guest speaker at numerous conferences, workshops, and pod casts with an audience ranging from health care and medical professionals to street dwelling youth in Kenya to Roman Catholic sisters. She has taken a cross- cultural and diversity approach to her lectures.
Holland was the co-creator, co-producer and host of "Get Some," a monthly show at Penn State providing insight on health with a human sexuality emphasis.
She is a member of the McGraw Hill Academic Advisory Board for Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Human Sexuality.
Prior to her current position, Holland was supervisor of the Health Services Department at Penn State Berks and nurse practitioner for the Family Planning division of Women's Health at Blue Mountain Health System.
To arrange an interview with Holland, please call John Morgan, associate vice president for public relations, at 203-582-8562 (office) or 203-206-4449 (cell).