OVERCOMING SEXUAL PROBLEMS

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Overcoming Sexual Problems

Author : Vicki Ford
ISBN : 1845290690
Genre : Cognitive therapy
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Experienced sex therapist Vicki Ford provides a guide to understanding sexual problems including impotence and loss of sexual desire, premature ejaculation and lack of orgasm. The links between mind and body are explained, and how they tend to go wrong. She sets out simple and effective techniques based on CBT that can restore confidence and bring about a mutually satisfying sex life for both partners.
Category: Cognitive therapy

Overcoming Sexual Problems

Author : Vicki Ford
ISBN : 145965871X
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 76.57 MB
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Experienced sex therapist Vicki Ford provides a guide to understanding sexual problems including impotence and loss of sexual desire, premature ejaculation and lack of orgasm. The links between mind and body are explained, and how they tend to go wrong. She sets out simple and effective techniques based on CBT that can restore confidence and bring about a mutually satisfying sex life for both partners. How to overcome negative thinking Relaxation and stress reduction techniques Self - help programme of practical exercises to develop responsiveness and understanding of your own body Specific techniques for particular problems Further resources and professional help.
Category: Health & Fitness

Overcoming Sexual Problems 2nd Edition

Author : Vicki Ford
ISBN : 9781472138668
Genre : Psychology
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'A positive step-by-step guide to... help readers resolve their sexual difficulties. It empowers couples to set goals to meet their needs.' Nursing Standard Are you worried about impotence or loss of sexual desire, premature ejaculation or lack of orgasm? Experienced psychosexual therapist and couples counsellor Vicki Ford provides an invaluable guide to understanding the sexual problems that many people face from time to time. Her simple and effective self-help techniques, based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), include practical exercise programs to help develop responsiveness and an understanding of your body. Suitable for both singles and couples, this expert guide will enable you to overcome negative thinking and restore your confidence and your sex life. Specifically, you will learn about: The importance of relaxation and stress reduction techniques The impact of ageing, disability, religion, infidelity, abuse, infertility, childbirth, bereavement and medication on sexual performance Techniques for particular problems Overcoming self-help guides use clinically proven techniques to treat long-standing and disabling conditions, both psychological and physical. Many guides in the Overcoming series are recommended under the Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme. Series Editor: Professor Peter Cooper
Category: Psychology

Sexual Healing

Author : Barbara Keesling
ISBN : 9780897935340
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 35.54 MB
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"A guide to every known sexual problem and all possible treatments, both new and experimental, with over 125 exercises to heal specific problems as well as maintain an intimate bond in relationships"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Family & Relationships

Sexual Dysfunction Second Edition

Author : Michael P. Carey
ISBN : 9781462509034
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 75.38 MB
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An ideal introduction for sex therapy students and trainees, this volume provides an overview of the most common sexual dysfunctions and the full range of assessment and treatment approaches. The book begins with discussions of the main classes of sexual dysfunction, describing what is currently known about clinical presentation, prevalence, and etiological factors. Addressing the practical tasks of clinical evaluation and intervention, the authors clearly explain basic strategies and methods for working with clients.
Category: Psychology

Enhancing Sexuality

Author : John Wincze
ISBN : 9780195315073
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 35.38 MB
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Sexual dysfunction can cause significant distress in both men and women and their partners. This therapist guide presents a comprehensive program for assessing and treating sexual dysfunction in couples or single individuals, regardless of sexual orientation. It outlines pathways for therapy and gives recommendations for formulating a treatment plan. Therapists are encouraged to be flexible in their approach while guiding clients through this step-by-step program.The guide and corresponding workbook present information on a number of sexual problems including low sexual desire, difficulty becoming sexually aroused, premature or quick ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, trouble achieving orgasm, and pain or discomfort during sex. Clients are educated about sexual development and common sexual myths. They also learn about factors that influence sexual functioning in order to create favorable conditions for sex.For each topic, this guide offers an overview of principles underlying treatment and main concepts to convey to clients. Case vignettes illustrate key points and important tips for the therapist are highlighted throughout. The corresponding workbook includes chapter review quizzes, exercises, and worksheets to reinforce client understanding and couple participation. Enhancing sexuality is a worthy goal for couples and individuals, and clinicians will find this a rewarding program to put into practice.
Category: Health & Fitness

Overcoming Sexual Terrorism

Author : Jake Goldenflame
ISBN : 9780595383559
Genre : Family & Relationships
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WHY CASTRATION WON'T WORK Many times, you will hear people say, "Why don't we just castrate all the sex offenders? That will do the job." But, in fact, it won't, for some very simple reasons. First, long-term studies have already shown that, in spite of all the media hype, most convicted sex offenders (up to 75% of them) do not re-offend. (Hanson, 1999). To castrate them is a waste of time. Secondly, most children are not molested by them. Most children are molested by someone they know and trust: like a friendly neighbor, down the street, or a school teacher, volunteer in some youth group or at the church. Often, unfortunately, by a relative in the family, be that an older brother, cousin, an inlaw or step-parent. Because none of them have been caught, we don't call them "sex offenders" and, as a result, 'castrating all the sex offenders' won't get them. They will still be left just as free as before. There is a better answer. Records now show that when convicted sex offenders are given exactly the kind of treatment and counseling in that is described in this book, re-offense rates are cut by 60%. (Alexander 1999). It is not terribly complicated. It isn't just a lot of theories. It is just simple, blunt honesty: making men face the reality of what they are doing, and how it is also wrecking their own lives, then training them in the steps it takes to stop doing so. That is what does it, right there. Here is the book that tells it all. In ten chapters, I relate how it happened that I became a child molester and got over it. That was almost 20 years ago now and I remain re-offense free, with no further convictions or arrests. The lessons from it that you can use to protect your children are given at the end of each chapter. If you follow them, your child will be safer than ever before. Steps that sex offenders can take to earn their way back into the community and a prescription for the healing of America conclude the work.The readers' resources section includes a listing of further books, journals, websites, referral agencies and self-recovery organizations that may also be of use to those who want more information. Fully indexed, the book will be a useful guide in all future child sex abuse trials. If you have any questions, write me at: [email protected]
Category: Family & Relationships

Treating Sexual Shame

Author : Anne Stirling Hastings
ISBN : 9781461632238
Genre : Psychology
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In therapy, as in the world at large, sexuality is different from other issues because of the culturally imposed secrecy and shame that inhibit open, non-defended talk about it. Anne Stirling Hastings, Ph.D., who specializes in treating the overlapping sexual problems of abuse, addiction, and dysfunction, encourages clinicians to recognize and overcome their own shame as a precondition to eliciting and advancing their clients' awareness.
Category: Psychology

Contraception And Family Planning

Author : Ian Milsom
ISBN : 9780444518286
Genre : Medical
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. EUROPEAN PRACTICE IN GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS is a series of books conceived and endorsed by the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG). Its aim is to provide up-to-date, evidence-based information that represents the consensus of opinion among leading European experts in the field, as part of the overall aim of standardising training and practice in order to ensure quality care and facilitate exchange among physicians in all parts of Europe and the rest of the world. The topics chosen for each volume are those of significant clinical interest where treatment is changing in response to research findings and developments in practice. The books concentrate on various types of management used in European practice as well as published results. The authors present treatments for which a consensus exists and - when there is no consensus - they discuss the key elements of the controversy. Each book provides a review of the basic science, recent concepts in pathophysiology, clinical aspects, treatment and unresolved problems or controversies, as well as the major recent references. A final section provides multiple-choice questions for each chapter. Series concentrates on important and changing areas of clinical practice Each volume editor is a leading European expert in the field Contributors are drawn from a wide range of European countries All volumes include a review of basic science and pathophysiology, as well as clinical aspects, treatment, unresolved problems Current references are included for each chapter Multiple choice questions are provided at the end of each chapter
Category: Medical

A Woman S Guide To Overcoming Sexual Fear And Pain

Author : Aurelie Jones Goodwin
ISBN : 1626541086
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"This is a wonderfully clear, complete, detailed, and reassuring discussion of the sexual facts of life for women. It provides excellent questionnaires to help the reader identify her own unique sexual nature and needs, together with concrete procedures to solve problems and work toward a healthy and satisfying sex life." -Kathleen Logan Prince, M.S.W., Certified Sex Therapist Sex is essentially a simple biological function, as natural to our bodies as eating or sleeping. When things go wrong, some kind of fear or physical discomfort is often at the root of the problem. This workbook offers a gentle and effective guide to help women understand and begin to overcome the fear or pain that inhibits or blocks their sexuality. Interweaving the voices of women who have struggled with these problems, the authors provide a series of exercises designed to help readers map the terra incognita of their own bodies and sexuality and work through healing treatment plans for specific problems.
Category: Health & Fitness