Cheryl Cohen Greene has been in private clinical practice as a surrogate partner and consultant in Human Sexuality in Berkeley, CA since 1973. She was trained in the Masters and Johnson modality. She was on the training staff of San Francisco Sex Information for 19 years. She is a Certified Clinical Sexologist and Sex Educator and in 2004 she earned her DHS (Doctor of Human Sexuality) from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco. Currently Cohen Greene serves as the Vice President of IPSA (the International Professional Surrogates Association). She is a frequent media guest, who has been interviewed on "Larry King Live," the National Geographic Channel, the WE Channel, Joy Behar’s Show, "Say Anything," and CNN among others.
Her work with poet and journalist Mark O’Brien was adapted into a major motion picture titled "The Sessions" starring Helen Hunt as Cheryl Cohen Greene.
Cohen Greene’s memoir "An Intimate Life, Sex, Love, and My Journey As A Surrogate Partner," was released in January 2013.