Sexual Dysfunction : A Guide for Assessment and Treatment
Highly regarded as a course text and practitioner resource, this book presents concise intervention guidelines for the most frequently encountered sexual dysfunctions in women and men. Following a consistent format, chapters on each clinical problem cover its description, clinical presentation, prevalence, etiology, and biological and psychosocial factors. Illustrative case examples of diverse individuals and couples are included. The authors provide a state-of-the-art framework for conducting comprehensive assessments, weaving multiple data sources into a coherent case formulation, and planning effective treatment that integrates medical and psychosocial strategies.
New to This Edition
*Incorporates major advances in both sexual medicine and psychotherapy.
*Extensively rewritten, with all-new case material throughout.
*New chapter organization aligned with DSM-5.
*Expanded coverage of biopsychosocial assessment.
*Discusses pseudoscientific and sham treatments.