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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Sex Therapy
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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Sex Therapy
von: Zoe D. Peterson
Wiley-Blackwell, 2017
ISBN: 9781118510407
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Title Page 5  
  Copyright Page 6  
  Contents 7  
  Notes on the Editor 9  
  Notes on the Contributors 10  
  Acknowledgements 19  
  Chapter 1 Introduction 21  
     What is Sex Therapy? 21  
     What Problems do Sex Therapists Treat? 22  
     What Techniques do Sex Therapists Use? 22  
     What Should Sex Therapy Be? 23  
     Section I: Treating Specific Sexual Problems 23  
     Section II: Theoretical Approaches to Sex Therapy 24  
     Section III: Sex Therapy with Specific Populations 24  
     Section IV: Future Directions in Sex Therapy 25  
     What are the Values of Sex Therapy? 25  
     Conclusions 26  
     References 27  
  Section I Treating Specific Sexual Problems 29  
     Chapter 2 Treating Women’s Sexual Desire and Arousal Problems 31  
        Phenomenology 31  
        Prevalence/Incidence 32  
        Etiology 33  
        Assessment of Desire and Arousal Problems in Women 39  
        Treatment Options 40  
        Case Presentation 42  
        State of the Art 45  
        References 45  
     Chapter 3 Treating Low Sexual Desire in Men 52  
        Introduction 52  
        Prevalence 52  
        Defining Low Sexual Desire 53  
        Conceptualizing Low Sexual Desire 54  
        Assessment 55  
        Treatment Options for Low Sexual Desire 57  
        Conclusions 58  
        References 59  
     Chapter 4 Treating Men’s Erectile Problems 60  
        Overview of Male Erectile Dysfunction 60  
        Psychological Models of Erectile Dysfunction 62  
        Review of Research on Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction 64  
        Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Erectile Dysfunction 66  
        Brief Case Example 69  
        References 72  
     Chapter 5 Treating Women’s Orgasmic Difficulties 77  
        Introduction 77  
        Epidemiology 78  
        Etiology and Maintenance 78  
        Assessment 80  
        Treatment 81  
        Case Example 84  
        Conclusions 86  
        References 86  
     Chapter 6 Treating Men’s Orgasmic Difficulties 92  
        Introduction 92  
        Understanding Premature Ejaculation (PE) 93  
        Treating PE 96  
        Understanding Inhibited Ejaculation (IE) 101  
        Treating IE 103  
        A Multimodal Approach to Treating Men’s Orgasmic Difficulties 106  
        Case Study 111  
        Conclusions 113  
        References 114  
     Chapter 7 Treating Genital Pain Associated with Sexual Intercourse 118  
        Introduction 118  
        The Nature of GPPPD 119  
        Treatment Outcome Research 121  
        A Concurrent Multidisciplinary Assessment and Treatment Approach 123  
        Case Study: Kari and Greg 131  
        Conclusions 132  
        References 132  
     Chapter 8 Treating Hypersexuality 135  
        Understanding Hypersexuality 136  
        Assessing Hypersexuality 138  
        Treating Hypersexuality 141  
        Conclusion 145  
        References 145  
     Chapter 9 Treating Sexual Offending 149  
        Sex Offender Treatment: A Sexual Health Model 149  
        Conjoint Therapy 151  
        Partner’s Group 154  
        Treatment Process and Tasks 155  
        The Incorporation of Sexual Health Curriculum 158  
        Summary and Conclusions 159  
        References 160  
        Appendix A The Ten Components of the Sexual Health Model: (adapted from Robinson et al., 2002) 161  
     Chapter 10 Treating Lack of Sexual Passion in Relationships 163  
        What Couples with Low Passion Say 163  
        Who are these Passionless Couples? 164  
        Overlap with DSM-Defined Disorders 164  
        Variability is the Hallmark and Individualized Treatment is the Goal 165  
        PLISSIT for Passion 166  
        Interventions in the PLISSIT for Passion Model 173  
        Closing 178  
        References 178  
  Section II Theoretical Approaches to Sex Therapy 183  
     Chapter 11 A Traditional Masters and Johnson Behavioral Approach to Sex Therapy 185  
        Introduction 185  
        Purpose 185  
        Masters and Johnson’s Conceptualization of Sexual Problems 186  
        Masters and Johnson’s Treatment Premises 187  
        Procedures 188  
        Therapeutic Suggestions 191  
        Common Problems Encountered with  Behavioral Suggestions 195  
        Strengths, Weaknesses, and Modifications of the Masters and Johnson’s Model 197  
        A Case Illustration 200  
        Conclusions 206  
        References 207  
     Chapter 12 A Psychobiosocial Approach to Sex Therapy 210  
        Introduction 210  
        Comparison of the Biomedical and Psychobiosocial Models 211  
        Case Example of Treatment Using the Psychobiosocial Approach: Elizabeth and Porter 217  
        Summary 219  
        References 220  
     Chapter 13 A Systemic Approach to Sex Therapy 222  
        Introduction 222  
        Fragmentation in MFT and Sex Therapy Fields 222  
        Overview of Systemic Sex Therapy 223  
        The Intersystem Approach: Five Dimensions of Assessment and Intervention 224  
        The Role of Interactional Components 228  
        Case Example 229  
        References 234  
     Chapter 14 An Existential-Experiential Approach to Sex Therapy 238  
        Introduction 238  
        Critiques of the Predominant Sex Therapy Paradigms 239  
        What is Experiential Psychotherapy? 243  
        Clinical Vignette: Vaginismus 245  
        Conclusion 247  
        References 247  
     Chapter 15 A Narrative Therapy Approach to Sex Therapy 251  
        Positioning this Chapter 251  
        Assumptions of the NT Approach 252  
        The Double Focus of NT 253  
        Sex, Classification and Failure Identities: The Influence of Foucault 254  
        Components of a Narrative Therapy Session 254  
        Narrative Therapy Ethics for Practice 259  
        Three Stories from Practice 260  
        Conclusions 267  
        References 268  
     Chapter 16 An Emotionally Focused Approach to Sex Therapy 270  
        Sex is a Bonding Behavior: The Emotionally Focused Approach to Healing Sexual Issues 270  
        The Attachment Perspective on Adult Love and Sexuality 271  
        The EFT Model of Couple Therapy 274  
        A Case Example: The Lover Who Got Married 280  
        References 283  
  Section III Sex Therapy with Specific Populations 287  
     Chapter 17 Treating Sexual Problems in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients 289  
        Introduction 289  
        Who’s Gay? Does It Matter? 289  
        Developmental Challenges 290  
        Identity Confusion as a Presenting Problem 292  
        Sexual Dysfunction in LGB Populations 294  
        Sexual Relationships and Monogamy 299  
        LGB Affirmative Psychotherapy 301  
        Conclusions 306  
        References 306  
     Chapter 18 Treating Sexual Problems in Transgender Clients 311  
        Introduction 311  
        Existing Scholarship on Sex Therapy with Transgender Clients 313  
        Assessment of Sexual Functioning and Sexuality Concerns 314  
        Important Themes in the Treatment of Sexual Functioning 315  
        Case Example 1 318  
        Case Example 2 319  
        Considerations for Providers 320  
        Conclusions 322  
        References 322  
     Chapter 19 Treating Sexual Problems in Children and Adolescents 326  
        Introduction 326  
        Theories of Sexual Interest in Childhood and Adolescence 327  
        Research on Children and Sexuality 329  
        Research on Adolescents and Sexuality 330  
        What is Normative? 331  
        Sexual Problems in Childhood and Adolescence 331  
        Causes of Sexual Problems in Children and Adolescents 333  
        Strategies for Working with Children around Sexual Problems 334  
        Conclusions 338  
        References 340  
     Chapter 20 Treating Sexual Problems in Aging Adults 343  
        Introduction 343  
        Normal Age-Related Physiological Changes 344  
        Prevalence of Sexual Problems in Older Adults 346  
        Sexual Side-Effects of Commonly Used Drugs 348  
        The Medicalization of Sexuality 348  
        Unique Risk Factors for HIV and other STIs 350  
        LGBT Elders 351  
        Evidence-Based Treatments 351  
        Case Example 358  
        A Call for Research, Health Education, and Advocacy 359  
        Acknowledgement 360  
        References 361  
     Chapter 21 Treating Sexual Problems in Clients with Cognitive and Intellectual Disabilities 365  
        Introduction 365  
        Perspectives on Intellectual Disability (ID) 365  
        Perspectives on Cognitive Disability (CD) 368  
        Psychological Components of ID and CD that Impact Sexual Intimacy 369  
        Neuropsychological Components of ID and CD that Impact Sexual Intimacy 369  
        Case Study 372  
        An Approach for Sex Therapy 373  
        Conclusion 374  
        Appendix A Resources on Disability and Sexuality 374  
        References 375  
     Chapter 22 Treating Sexual Problems in Clients with Mental Illness 379  
        Mental Illness, Sexuality, and Relationships 379  
        Assessment 379  
        Mental Disorders and Sexual Symptoms 380  
        Treatment 385  
        Conclusion 386  
        References 387  
     Chapter 23 Treating Sexual Problems in Cancer Patients and Survivors 389  
        Cancer Patients and Survivors 389  
        Impact of Specific Cancers on Sexual Functioning 389  
        Treatment Model for Cancer Patients and Survivors 393  
        Case Example 398  
        Conclusion 400  
        References 400  
     Chapter 24 Treating Sexual Problems in Survivors of Sexual Trauma 409  
        Treating the Sexual Consequences of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Not So New Frontier for Sex Therapy 409  
        Defining CSA: Legal, Clinical and Research Conundrums 410  
        Prevalence of CSA 411  
        CSA and Sexual Problems 412  
        Treatment Outcome Studies 416  
        Clinical Treatment of the Sexual Difficulties of Patients with CSA Histories 417  
        Future Directions 422  
        References 422  
     Chapter 25 Treating Sexual Problems in Clients from Conservative Protestant and Catholic Backgrounds 427  
        Sex Therapy and Religion 427  
        Cultural Competency 428  
        Roman Catholic and Conservative Protestant Beliefs about Sex 428  
        The Intersection of Belief and Sex Therapy 434  
        Ethical Considerations for the Sex Therapist 435  
        Case Example 437  
        Summary 437  
        References 438  
     Chapter 26 Treating Sexual Problems in Clients who Practice “Kink” 440  
        Introduction 440  
        Myths and Misconceptions 442  
        Countertransference 444  
        Common Clinical Issues of Kinky Clients 445  
        Learning from Kinky Clients 450  
        Summary and Conclusions 452  
        References 452  
  Section IV Future Directions in Sex Therapy 455  
     Chapter 4 Mindfulness in Sex Therapy 457  
        Introduction 457  
        What is Mindfulness? 458  
        Mindful Therapy 459  
        Mindfulness Theories and Sex 460  
        Mindfulness Practices and Sex 462  
        Mindfulness and Sex Therapy 464  
        References 470  
     Chapter 28 Integrating Sexual Partners into Pharmacological Sex Therapy 473  
        Overview 473  
        General Principles for Integrating Couples into Medical Treatments 474  
        Interventions Relating to Specific Aspects of Sexual Response: Implications for Couples 477  
        Case Example 482  
        Conclusions 482  
        References 483  
     Chapter 29 Self-Help and Biblio-Sex Therapy 488  
        Introduction 488  
        Bibliotherapy for Sexual Dysfunctions 489  
        Efficacy of Bibliotherapy for the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions 491  
        Cost-effectiveness of Bibliotherapy for Sexual Dysfunctions 495  
        Why it is Important to Consider Bibliotherapy as a Treatment for Sexual Dysfunctions 496  
        The Future of Bibliotherapy 498  
        References 499  
     Chapter 30 Internet-Based Sex Therapy 503  
        Introduction 503  
        Internet-Based Approaches to Mental Health: An Overview 503  
        Applications of the Internet in Sex Therapy 507  
        Overview of Sex Therapy Interventions Adapted for Online Use 507  
        Challenges and Considerations for Internet?Based Sex Therapy 512  
        Ethical Considerations and Suitability of Clients 515  
        Implications for the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction 517  
        Recommendations for Future Research 517  
        Conclusion 518  
        References 518  
  Index 523  
  EULA 535  


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