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Author Hudson-Allez, Glyn.

Title Sexual Diversity and Sexual Offending [electronic resource] : Research, Assessment, and Clinical Treatment in Psychosexual Therapy.

Imprint London : Karnac Books, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource (321 pages)
Contents COVER; CONTENTS; ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS; Introduction Forensic psychosexual therapy: more questions than answers; PART I WALK THE LINE; CHAPTER ONE Sexual diversity in clinical practice: it is more than GLBT; CHAPTER TWO Sexual practices and counselling interventions for women who have women as their sexual partners; CHAPTER THREE The good anal sex model: psychosexual treatment of reported painful anal sex in men who have sex with men; CHAPTER FOUR Understanding transgender identities and exploring sexuality and desire.
CHAPTER FIVE Working with and understanding clients with BDSM desires and behaviours: a guide for the inexperienced therapistCHAPTER SIX "Why would you want to have sex-you're dying?"; CHAPTER SEVEN Is there a new role for Jessica Rabbit in a clinical or therapeutic setting?; CHAPTER EIGHT Sex films in therapy: a guide to using film in clinical work; PART II PUSHING THE LINE; CHAPTER NINE Paying for sex: what is really being bought and sold?; CHAPTER TEN The pleasure, the power, and the perils of Internet pornography; CHAPTER ELEVEN Surrogate partner therapy; PART III CROSSING THE LINE.
CHAPTER TWELVE The medical consequences of sex between humans and animalsCHAPTER THIRTEEN Consumers of illegal Internet pornography: the effects on law enforcement officers; CHAPTER FOURTEEN Back from the edge: adolescent sex offenders; CHAPTER FIFTEEN Adults with a sexual interest in children; CHAPTER SIXTEEN Back to the root: healing potential offenders' childhood trauma with Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor; INDEX.
Summary This exciting and innovative book assists health practitioners in understanding the sexual diversity that now occurs in therapeutic consultations. The Internet with its anonymity and easy accessibility to all forms of sexuality and sexual behaviour, including cybersex, has enabled individuals to be more open and explorative in their sexual repertoire than ever before. Therefore, therapists can find themselves working with clients presenting issues of sexual diversity and sexual offending, with the latter mistakenly being confused as synonymous with the former. With this book, researchers and c.
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Subject Psychosexual disorders -- Treatment.
Sex offenders -- Mental health.
Sex offenders -- Psychology.
Sex therapy.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781782412366 (electronic bk.)
1782412360 (electronic bk.)