The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy

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Zoë D. Peterson
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 24, 2017 - Psychology - 536 pages
The Wiley Handbook of Sex Therapy ist ein umfassendes und auf empirischer Basis überarbeitetes Werk zur jüngsten Theorie und Praxis in der psychotherapeutischen Behandlung sexueller Probleme quer durch alle Klientengruppen.
-In vier Abschnitten werden spezifische sexuelle Fehlfunktionen, theoretische Ansätze der Sexualtherapie, die Arbeit mit der Diversität der Klienten und zukünftige Richtungen in der Sexualtherapie dargestellt.
-Vertritt einen ganzheitlichen Ansatz in der Sexualtherapie, fokussiert auf die Anwendung einer Bandbreite psychotherapeutischer Theorien und Techniken mehr als nur auf die gängigen Verhaltensstrategien.
-Fallstudien dokumentieren das breite Spektrum an Zuständen, die Klienten erleben können und die Sexualtherapeuten daher im Beratungsraum antreffen.
-Enthält Beiträge von mehr als 60 Experten verschiedenster Fachrichtungen.
 

Contents

Treating Specific Sexual Problems 9
3
Treating Low Sexual Desire in Men
32
Treating Womens Orgasmic Difficulties
57
Treating Mens Orgasmic Difficulties
72
Treating Genital Pain Associated with Sexual Intercourse
98
Treating Hypersexuality
115
Treating Sexual Offending
129
Treating Lack of Sexual Passion in Relationships
143
Treating Sexual Problems in Transgender Clients
291
Treating Sexual Problems in Children and Adolescents
306
Treating Sexual Problems in Aging Adults
323
Treating Sexual Problems in Clients with Cognitive and Intellectual Disabilities
345
Treating Sexual Problems in Clients with Mental Illness
359
Treating Sexual Problems in Survivors of Sexual Trauma
389
Treating Sexual Problems in Clients from Conservative Protestant
407
Treating Sexual Problems in Clients who Practice Kink
420

A Traditional Masters and Johnson Behavioral Approach to Sex Therapy
165
A Psychobiosocial Approach to Sex Therapy
190
A Systemic Approach to Sex Therapy
202
An ExistentialExperiential Approach to Sex Therapy
218
A Narrative Therapy Approach to Sex Therapy
231
An Emotionally Focused Approach to Sex Therapy
250
Sex Therapy with Specific Populations
267
Future Directions in Sex Therapy
435
Integrating Sexual Partners into Pharmacological Sex Therapy
453
SelfHelp and BiblioSex Therapy
468
InternetBased Sex Therapy
483
Index
503
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Zoë D. Peterson is Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology Program, and Director of the Sexual Assault Research and Education Program, at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is also a Research Fellow of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University and a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Missouri. She has served as Associate Editor of the Journal of Sex Research and as Consulting Editor of Archives of Sexual Behavior. Her research covers a variety of issues related to sexuality with a particular focus on understanding unwanted and nonconsensual sexual experiences. She also provides clinical supervision to doctoral students, with an emphasis on the treatment of sexual and gender identity concerns. She teaches gender and sexuality courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

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