Handbook of Sex Therapy

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: LoPiccolo, Joseph (Editor), LoPiccolo, Leslie (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1978, 1978
Edition:1st ed. 1978
Series:Perspectives in Sexuality
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 40 The Psychiatrists versus Masters and Johnson
  • 41 The Question of Surrogates in Sex Therapy
  • X—Professional Issues
  • 42 Training Dual Sex Teams for Rapid Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction: A Pilot Program
  • 43 The Professionalization of Sex Therapy: Issues and Problems
  • 27 Treatment of Erectile Failure and Ejaculatory Incompetence of Homosexual Etiology
  • VII—Sexual Dysfunction in Special Populations
  • 28 Helping Elderly Couples Become Sexually Liberated: Psychosocial Issues
  • 29 Sexual Behavior in Pregnancy
  • 30 Sexual Adjustment of the Postcoronary Male
  • 31 Aspects of Sexual Response in Adults with Spinal-Cord Injury: A Review of the Literature
  • 32 Sexual Functioning in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure
  • 33 Impotence in Diabetes: The Neurologic Factor
  • 34 Impotence in Diabetics
  • 35 Issues in the Treatment of Sexually Dysfunctioning Couples of Afro-American Descent
  • VIII—Group Procedures
  • 36 A Program for Enhancing the Sexual Relationship of Normal Couples
  • 37 A Behavioral Group Treatment Program for Sexually Dysfunctional Couples
  • 38 Group Therapy for Nonorgasmic Women: Two Age Levels
  • IX—Comments on Sex Therapy and Other Therapeutic Approaches to Sexual Dysfunction
  • 39 Individual Sex Therapy
  • 14 Desensitization Procedures in Dealing with Female Sexual Dysfunction
  • 15 Secondary Orgasmic Dysfunction. I. A nalysis and Strategies for Treatment
  • 16 Orgasm during Intercourse: A Treatment Strategy for Women
  • 17 Diagnosis and Treatment Procedures of Pubococcygeal Deficiencies in Women
  • IV—Dyspareunia and Vaginismus
  • 18 Diagnosis and Treatment of Coital Discomfort
  • 19 Hypnodesensitization Therapy of Vaginismus: In Vitro and in Vivo Methods
  • V—Male Orgasmic Dysfunction
  • 20 Use of Written Material in Learning Self-Control of Premature Ejaculation
  • 21 Group Treatment of Premature Ejaculation
  • 22 Ejaculatory Incompetence Treated by Deconditioning Anxiety
  • 23 A Case of Ejaculatory Incompetence Treated with a Mechanical Aid
  • VI—Nale Erectile Dysfunction
  • 24 Impotence as a Practical Problem
  • 25 Treatments of Male Potency Disorders: The Present Status
  • 26 Systematic Desensitization of Erectile Impotence: A Controlled Study
  • I—An Overview of Sex Therapy
  • 1 Direct Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction
  • 2 Overcoming Sexual Inadequacy
  • 3 The Use of Vicarious Learning in the Treatment of Sexual Concerns
  • 4 The Effectiveness of Sex Therapy: A Review of the Literature
  • II—The A ssessment of Sexual Function and Dysfunction
  • 5 Clinical Assessment in the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions
  • 6 Sexual Assessment and History Interview
  • 7 The Sexual Interaction Inventory: A New Instrument for Assessment of Sexual Dysfunction
  • 8 Uses of Psychophysiology in the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction
  • 9 Advances in the Psychophysiological Evaluation of Male Erectile Impotence
  • III—Female Orgasmic Dysfunction
  • A—Determinants of Female Orgasm
  • 10 Determinants of Female Orgasm
  • 11 Factors in Marital Orgasm
  • 12 Types of Female Orgasm
  • B—Treatment of Female Orgasmic Dysfunction
  • 13 The Role of Masturbation in the Treatment of Orgasmic Dysfunction