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Yitzchak (Irv) M. Binik, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Psychology at McGill University in Montreal, and Director of the Sex and Couple Therapy Service at McGill University Health Center. Dr. Binik is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association and a Diplomate of the American Board of Sexology. He was a member of the DSM-5 work group on sexual and gender disorders. Dr. Binik is a recipient of the Distinguished Contribution to Professional Psychology Award from the Canadian Psychological Association and the Masters and Johnson Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). He has published over 100 refereed articles in the areas of health psychology/psychosomatics and sexuality. His main research interest is sexual dysfunction, with a particular interest in genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder.
Kathryn S. K. Hall, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Princeton, New Jersey. She began her career in sex therapy working with Drs. Sandra R. Leiblum and Raymond C. Rosen at the Sexual Counseling Service at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (now Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences). She has conducted research on a variety of sex-related topics and has presented at national and international conferences. Her current research interests include sexual desire in arranged marriages and cultural variations in the experience and treatment of sexual problems. Dr. Hall is coeditor of The Cultural Context of Sexual Pleasureand Problems: Psychotherapy with Diverse Clients; author of Reclaiming Your Sexual Self: How You Can Bring Desire Back into Your Life, winner of the SSTAR Consumer Book Award; and book review editor for the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy.
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Future of Sex Therapy, Yitzchak M. Binik and Kathryn S. K. Hall I. Sex Therapy for Sexual Dysfunction DESIRE AND AROUSAL 1. Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder in Women, Lori Brotto and Mijal Luria 2. Hidden Disorder/Hidden Desire: Presentations of Low Sexual Desire in Men, Marta Meana and Eric T. Steiner 3. Erectile Dysfunction: Integration of Medical and Psychological Approaches, Raymond C. Rosen, Martin M. Miner, and John P. Wincze ORGASM 4. Orgasm Disorders in Women, Cynthia A. Graham 5. Treatment of Premature Ejaculation: Psychotherapy, Pharmacotherapy, and Combined Therapy, Stanley E. Althof 6. Delayed Ejaculation, Michael A. Perelman PAIN 7. Genital Pain in Women and Men: It Can Hurt More than Your Sex Life, Sophie Bergeron, Natalie O. Rosen, and Caroline F. Pukall 8. Lifelong Vaginismus, Moniek M. ter Kuile and Elke D. Reissing II. Sex Therapy for Other Sexual Disorders 9. The Paraphilias: An Experiential Approach to "Dangerous" Desires, Peggy J. Kleinplatz 10. "Gold-Star Pedophiles" in General Sex Therapy Practice, James M. Cantor 11. Gender Dysphoria, Nicola Brown and Kenneth J. Zucker 12. Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, David Goldmeier, Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, and Thomas M. Facelle 13. Nonparaphilic Hypersexuality Disorders, Martin P. Kafka III. Therapeutic Challenges for Sex Therapy SPECIFIC GROUPS 14. Therapy with LGBTQ Clients: Working with Sex and Gender Variance from a Queer Theory Model, Margaret Nichols 15. Culturally Sensitive Sex Therapy: The Need for Shared Meanings in the Treatment of Sexual Problems, Kathryn S. K. Hall and Cynthia A. Graham 16. Body Image and Sexuality, Michael W. Wiederman and Sabina Sarin 17. The Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions in Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Alessandra H. Rellini 18. Infidelity, Stephen B. Levine MEDICAL PROBLEMS 19. Sexuality and Infertility, Judith C. Daniluk, Emily Koert, and Erin Breckon 20. Sexuality in the Context of Chronic Illness, Paul Enzlin 21. Sexuality and Disability: A Disability-Affirmative Approach to Sex Therapy, Linda R. Mona, Maggie L. Syme, and Rebecca P. Cameron 22. Suppose They Gave an Epidemic and Sex Therapy Didn't Attend?: Sexually Transmitted Infection Concerns in the Sex Therapy Context, William A. Fisher and Stephen Holzapfel LIFESPAN CHANGES 23. Sexual Problems in Adolescents and Young Adults, Lucia F. O'Sullivan and Vickie Pasterski 24. Sexuality and Aging, Marc E. Agronin Conclusion: Sex Therapy in Transition: Are We There Yet?, Marta Meana, Yitzchak M. Binik, and Kathryn S. K. Hall