The clinical procedures and therapy techniques described in chapter six are the basis for the new, brief approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of psychogenic sexual dysfunctions. Generally speaking, a couple enters sex therapy because some sexual problem is preventing them from enjoying their erotic interaction. The scope of the resulting treatment is usually restricted to the sexual inadequacy itself, and therapy concludes when the dysfunctional symptoms have been dramatically modified or completely reversed.
KeywordsSexual Dysfunction Sexual Problem Sexual Response Premature Ejaculation Sexual Inhibition
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