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Ann-Marlene Henning, M.A. Sexology, studied neuropsychology at Hamburg University before beginning work as a psychologist in her native country of Denmark. Later, she completed her studies in sexology and couples therapy there, and afterwards in Switzerland. Back in Hamburg, she now runs a practice for couples and sex therapy in the Eppendorf district. In 2019, she completed her Masters degree in Sexology at the Merseburg University of Applied Sciences.

Her first book, “Make Love – Ein Aufklärungsbuch” (Published in English: “Sex & Lovers – A Practical Guide”, Cameron & Hollis, UK, 2014), was nominated for the 2013 German Youth Literature Award (Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis). It was followed in 2014 by “Make More Love – Ein Aufklärungsbuch für Erwachsene”. “Liebespraxis – eine Sexologin erzählt”, was published by Rowohlt in 2017, as well as “Männer – Körper. Sex. Gesundheit.“, (a book for everyone interested in men) in 2018, and “Sex verändert alles – ein Aufklärungsbuch für Fortgeschrittene”, in 2019.
“Liebespraxis” is now translated into English (“Let`s Talk About Sex”) and will be released in Canada and the U.S on May 19, and in the UK on June 18.

The five-season public television documentary, “Make Love – Liebe machen kann man lernen”, with Ann-Marlene Henning, was nominated for the 2017 German TV Award in the category of Best Infotainment. The program’s website,, was nominated for the 2014 Grimme Online Award.

Her latest project, the erotic card game, DOCH! DOCH! DOCH!, enables couples who play it, into “delving deeply” into one another again, through engaging emotional and physical contact, intimacy, and communication. Available online and in bookstores in German language

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