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This is the 2nd edition with a publication date of 3/7/2012.
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New Direction in Sex Therapy, 2eis founded on the notion that different theoretical perspectives can allow therapists to think broadly about how to deal with sexual concerns. The variety of theoretical orientations represented in this book provides readers with illustrations of how these different models can offer therapists new options in clinical practice, thereby broadening the field of sex therapy. Substantially updated with six new chapters, this second edition still retains the useful clinical illustrations and clear organization that made the book so indispensible to students and practitioners in the field.
Peggy J. Kleinplatz, PhD is Professor of Medicine at the University of Ottawa. She is a clinical psychologist, Certified Sox Therapist, and Sox Educator. Since 1983, she has been teaching Human Sexuality at the School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, where she received the Prix d'Excellence in 2000. She is former Chair of Certifications for the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists.
Table of Contents
|Advancing Sex Therapy or Is That the Best You Can Do?||p. xix|
|Critiques of Conventional Models of Sex Therapy|
|A Preview of the Critiques and Their Implications||p. 1|
|On the Need for a New Direction in Sex Therapy||p. 5|
|The "New View" Campaign: A Feminist Critique of Sex Therapy and an Alternative Vision||p. 21|
|Sex Therapy for Men: Resolving False Dichotomies||p. 37|
|A Phenomenology of Sexual Experiencing||p. 51|
|The Challenging Landscape of Problematic Sexual Behaviors, Including "Sexual Addiction" and "Hypersexuality"||p. 69|
|Ethics and Sex Therapy: A Neglected Dimension||p. 85|
|Is That All There Is? A New Critique of the Goals of Sex Therapy||p. 101|
|New Alternatives/Innovations in Sex Therapy|
|A Preview of New Clinical Alternatives and Innovations||p. 119|
|Sexual Medicine, Sex Therapy, and Sexual Health Care||p. 127|
|Sexual Choreography: "Am I Enjoying This Right Now?" Not "How Am I Doing?"||p. 141|
|Cultural Diversity and Sensitivity in Sex Therapy||p. 161|
|Approaching Your Highest Sexual Function in Relationship: A Reward of Age and Maturity||p. 175|
|Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT): Improving the Outcome of Sex Therapy One Person at a Time||p. 195|
|The Good Enough Sex (GES) Model: Perspective and Clinical Applications||p. 213|
|Goodbye Sex Therapy, Hello Undergoing My Own Transformation||p. 231|
|Hearts' Desires||p. 253|
|Healing the Sexual Repercussions of Sexual Abuse||p. 267|
|The Honeymoon Is Over: Narrative Sex Therapy for Long-Term Lesbian Partners||p. 285|
|HIV Serodiscordant Male Couples: Special Considerations for Sex Therapy||p. 303|
|Understanding Gender Nonconformity and Transgender Identity: A Sex-Positive Approach||p. 321|
|Keys to the Sexual Mysteries: An Integrative Model for Exploring Clients' Stories||p. 337|
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