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Sexuality and Sex Therapy by Mark A. Yarhouse

Title Sexuality and Sex Therapy
Author Mark A. Yarhouse
Publisher IVP Academic
Release 2014-04-04
Category Religion
Total Pages 365
ISBN 9780830828531
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The field of human sexuality is one of ever-increasing complexity, particularly for Christian therapists and psychologists seeking to be faithful to Scripture, informed by science and sensitive to culture. In Sexuality and Sex Therapy, Mark Yarhouse and Erica Tan offer a survey and appraisal of this field from a Christian perspective, which grounds sex therapy in the biblical affirmation of physicality and the redemptive purposes of human life. Integrating the latest research within a Christian worldview, the authors explore sexual dysfunctions as well as various clinical issues and treatments. Not only have Yarhouse and Tan written a standard resource for Christian therapists and counselors, but they also challenge the church to talk more honestly and openly about the blessing of human sexuality.

New Directions in Sex Therapy by Peggy J. Kleinplatz

Title New Directions in Sex Therapy
Author Peggy J. Kleinplatz
Publisher Routledge
Release 2012
Category Psychology
Total Pages 373
ISBN 0415887526
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Winner of the 2013 AASECT Professional Book Award! New Directions in Sex Therapy: Innovations and Alternatives focuses on cutting-edge, therapy paradigms as alternatives to conventional clinical strategies. With each passing year, the treatment of sexual problems seems to emphasize more medical and pharmacological interventions. There is correspondingly less interest in the experiences of the individuals or couples involved. This book expands the definition of our field. Part I highlights the major problems and criticisms facing sex therapy and furnishes a rationale for new directions. Included in this new edition are critiques of "sexual addiction" nomenclature, the neglect of the ethical dimension in sex therapy, and there is a call to expand our vision of what sex therapy can attain. Part II demonstrates new approaches to dealing with traditional sex therapy concerns, including lack of desire and erectile dysfunction as well as innovative goals, such as integrating sexual medicine with sex therapy, using client feedback to customize therapy for the particular individual/couple's best interests, promoting relationship growth in working with transgender clients, and transcending sexual function/dysfunction to optimize erotic intimacy in long-term couples. This 2nd edition of New Directions in Sex Therapy: Innovations and Alternatives is replete with helpful new clinical illustrations across the spectrum of theoretical orientations (e.g., systemic, narrative, Experiential, CBT) to demonstrate these approaches in action. This book is intended for anyone who deals with sexual issues and concerns in therapy–clinicians of every kind, novices and advanced practitioners–rather than only those who define themselves as sex therapists.

Title Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy Fifth Edition
Author Yitzchak M. Binik
Publisher Guilford Publications
Release 2014-03-17
Category Psychology
Total Pages 576
ISBN 1462513670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"Subject Areas/Keywords: arousal, assessments, couples, desire, diagnosis, disorders, dysfunctions, female, gender, human sexuality, male, marital, men, psychotherapy, Sandra Leiblum, sex therapy, sexual health, sexual medicine, treatments, women Description The leading clinical reference and text in the field, originally developed by Sandra Leiblum, this volume addresses the full range of sexual problems and concerns that lead men, women, and couples to seek help. Prominent experts describe cutting-edge assessment and treatment approaches that integrate psychological, interpersonal, and medical interventions. Detailed case examples illustrate how the therapeutic strategies are implemented and shed light on the factors that influence outcomes. The book is grounded in current knowledge about sexuality and sexual functioning across the lifespan. Tightly edited, it features an integrative introduction and conclusion plus a brief editorial commentary at the beginning of each chapter."--

Handbook of Sex Therapy by Joseph LoPiccolo

Title Handbook of Sex Therapy
Author Joseph LoPiccolo
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2012-12-06
Category Psychology
Total Pages 552
ISBN 1461339731
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

When is it timely to publish a synthesis of previously published and original materials from a specific discipline? I believe it to be timely when one has a sufficient amount of high-quality material covering the critical areas of that topic, when the previously published material is scattered over a wide range of journals and books, and when there is no single book that synthesizes the discipline. The treatment of sexual dysfunction emerged to the front lines of health delivery only during the past decade with the pioneering work of William Masters and Virginia Johnson. In spite of the rash of sex clinics and sex therapists that followed, preciously little solid research has been conducted on the various strategies of therapy, the means of assessing complex interpersonal sexual relation ships, and the manner by which clinical change is objectively assessed. No one reader can keep pace with the multitude of jounials that publish key material by sophisticated investigators. And no one investigator can cover these salient areas alone with his or her original work in a single volume. The critical papers have now been written. Ten were written specifically for this volume and thirty-three have previously appeared. This volume laces them together into a coherent pattern. Thus, the time for a synthesis in sexual dysfunction.

The Etherized Wife by Leslie Margolin

Title The Etherized Wife
Author Leslie Margolin
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release 2021-02-12
Category Psychology
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0190061200
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The Etherized Wife provides a comprehensive examination of the evolution of sex therapy through the prism of gender. The book makes the argument that in sex therapy, like other domains of life in which men set the standard of normality, women have been judged normal to the degree they match men's expectations. What is particularly striking about this bias is that it contradicts therapists' overt identification with feminism and the battle against women's inequality. To support these claims, Leslie Margolin maps a series of case studies drawn from the discipline's own literature-the articles and books that have been, and continue to be treated as exemplars of the discipline's collective consciousness. Through examination of case studies which focus on discrepancies in sexual desire, where the man wants more sex and the woman less, the book shows how therapists have favoured the man's side. The Etherized Wife shows how the sex therapy discipline has unintentionally enshrined male sexuality as the model of normal, natural, healthy sexuality"--

Systemic Sex Therapy by Katherine M. Hertlein

Title Systemic Sex Therapy
Author Katherine M. Hertlein
Publisher Routledge
Release 2015-02-20
Category Psychology
Total Pages 318
ISBN 1317813952
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This comprehensive textbook, intended for graduate students in couple and family therapy programs as well as for clinicians of diverse orientations, offers descriptive discussions of sex therapy based on the Intersystem Approach, as developed by Gerald Weeks. The Intersystem Approach considers the biology, psychology, couple dyad, family-of-origin, and larger contextual factors of any sexual disorder or issue. It is grounded in systems theory and represents a new understanding of human sexuality and sexual problems. Appropriate for anyone who wants to progress to a more comprehensive and integrative understanding of sexual dysfunctions, this text will teach the reader how to treat the couple, rather than the individual. Now in a second edition, Systemic Sex Therapy presents 12 updated chapters and two new chapters, bringing the material up-to-date with the DSM-5. Each chapter examines the definition and description of a disorder, its etiology, assessment, treatment, research, and future directions. Experts in the field discuss issues ranging from pharmacology, sexual compulsivity, therapy with lesbian and gay couples, to chapters on male and female lack of desire. A standard text in the field, Systemic Sex Therapy integrates couple and sex therapy to inform the treatment of sexual problems, and to give beginning and experienced clinicians the abilities and confidence they need to produce viable change in their patients’ lives.

Case Studies in Sex Therapy by Raymond Rosen

Title Case Studies in Sex Therapy
Author Raymond Rosen
Publisher Guilford Press
Release 1995-05-19
Category Psychology
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780898628487
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

With simple cases of premature ejaculation or anorgasmia becoming increasingly rare, clinicians are now utilizing a sophisticated array of multidisciplinary approaches to treat a complex variety of challenging problems and patient populations. Bringing together, under one cover, case studies and clinical discussions by the very authorities whose work is changing the field, Case Studies in Sex Therapy provides a state-of-the-art guide to current clinical practice. Chapters in the first section focus on cases of sexual desire disorders and explore such issues as desire disparity between partners, clinical interventions in marital and sex therapy, biological aspects of inhibited sexual desire, treatment considerations with a homosexual couple, the application of integrative therapy for treating secondary low sex desire, and the many factors that may contribute to sexual avoidance. The next section demonstrates both the opportunities and the complex challenges posed to the clinician by the array of new medical, surgical, and pharmacological therapies. Addressing the growing interest in sexual addiction and compulsion, the third section covers controversial issues such as the treatment of a sexually addictive client and the treatment implications when a client has been sexually exploited by another therapist.

The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy by Zoë D. Peterson

Title The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy
Author Zoë D. Peterson
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2017-03-13
Category Psychology
Total Pages 536
ISBN 1118510410
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy is a comprehensive and empirically-based review of the latest theory and practice in the psychotherapeutic treatment of sexual problems across client populations. Structured in four sections covering specific sexual dysfunctions, theoretical approaches to sex therapy; working with client diversity; and future directions in sex therapy Advocates a holistic approach to sex therapy with a focus on using a range of psychotherapeutic theories and techniques rather than only the most popular behavioral strategies Includes case studies which highlight the broad spectrum of diverse conditions that clients can experience and which sex therapists can therefore encounter in the consulting room Includes contributions by more than 60 experts from a wide range of disciplines

Title Expanding the Practice of Sex Therapy
Author Gina Ogden
Publisher Routledge
Release 2018-05-15
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 258
ISBN 1351005480
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The revised edition of this award-winning book offers thirty-three Neuro Updates, which provide evidence-based data to help you recognize and explain the deeply transformational nature of the work. Expanding the Practice of Sex Therapy looks beyond behavioral treatments, pharmaceutical interventions, and performance goals to a comprehensive picture of what your clients want and need when they enter sex therapy, and offers creative ways to engage your clients in their own therapeutic process, whether or not you are trained as a sex therapist. Central to Gina Ogden’s approach is her Four-Dimensional Wheel of Sexual Experience, an innovative template that recognizes the full range of sexual issues: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. The text is organized into five practice-oriented sections that introduce the 4-D Wheel; show you how you can use it with individuals, couples, and groups; and encourage you to explore it on your own.

The New Sex Therapy by Helen Singer Kaplan

Title The New Sex Therapy
Author Helen Singer Kaplan
Publisher Psychology Press
Release 1974
Category Psychology
Total Pages 544
ISBN 9780876300831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

First published in 1975. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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