Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions

  • Patricia Gillan


An increasing number of patients with sexual dysfunction are requiring treatment, but methods of applying effective treatment for such disorders are being investigated in only a few places. The most effective form of treatment for sexual disorders is based on behaviour therapy and learning theory.


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© Raghu N. Gaind and Barbara L. Hudson 1978

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  • Patricia Gillan

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