Sexuelle Funktionsstörungen und Geschlechtsdysphorie

Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Der erste Teil des Kapitels widmet sich der Diagnostik und verhaltenstherapeutischen Behandlung sexueller Funktionsstörungen. Verschiedene Störungsbilder werden voneinander abgegrenzt und Unterschiede zwischen ICD-10, DSM-IV und DSM-5 erläutert. Das störungsübergreifende Vorgehen, im Kern bestehend aus körperbezogenen Sensualitätsübungen wird ausführlich dargestellt. Störungsspezifische Interventionen, die bei einzelnen Störungsbildern zum Einsatz kommen, werden anschließend erläutert. Der zweite Teil des Kapitels gibt einen Überblick über die psychologische Behandlung von Personen mit Geschlechtsdysphorie. Dabei werden relevante Konzepte voneinander abgegrenzt und eine multidisziplinäre Behandlungsstrategie dargestellt. Eine psychologische Begleitung von hormonellen und chirurgischen Maßnahmen zur Geschlechtsangleichung wird nahegelegt und mögliche Themenkomplexe sowie Interventionsstrategien vorgestellt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Forschungs- und Behandlungszentrum für psychische GesundheitDipl.-Psych.BochumDeutschland
  2. 2.MünchenDeutschland

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