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Hypnosis as a Form of Treatment for Sexual Disorders, Particularly Those Resulting from Sexual Violence

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The concept of sexual dysfunction is relatively new. Masters and Johnson published their research data in 1966 and their treatment model in 1970. The sex therapy, later developed, based on their model, is actually a specific form of behavior modification.

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  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Sexual Violence
  • Sexual Desire
  • Sexual Arousal
  • Premature Ejaculation

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Bruinsma, F., Stichting, R. (1988). Hypnosis as a Form of Treatment for Sexual Disorders, Particularly Those Resulting from Sexual Violence. In: Eicher, W., Kokott, G., Vogt, HJ., Herms, V., Wille, R. (eds) Sexology. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-73794-7_40

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