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sex therapy

n.
The treatment of sexual dysfunction with psychotherapeutic methods such as counseling and behavior modification.

sex therapist n.

sex therapy

n
(Psychology) treatment by counselling, behaviour modification, etc, for psychosexual and physical problems in sexual intercourse
sex therapist n
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sex therapy

nSexualtherapie f
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* Patients who do not respond to limited information and specific suggestions, and patients who have additional underlying issues, may require a referral to a specialist for intensive therapy, which may encompass psychological and/or sexual therapy.
The impact of sexual therapy on patients after cardiac events participating in a cardiac rehabilitation program.
The increasingly life-like robots raise complex issues that should be considered by policymakers and the public, the report said — including whether use of such devices should be encouraged in sexual therapy clinics, for sexoffenders, or for people with disabilities.
Sex therapists from hospitals and other clinics across Israel refer patients to Aloni, who is a well-respected member of the Israel Society for Sexual Therapy Training professional association.
On the one hand you had professionals stating that all disabled persons are equal sexual human beings and should not be discriminated based on their disabilities and on the other hand, you had professionals denying sexual therapy treatment to profoundly disabled persons because of their disability of not being able to understand or provide any form of consent.
She completed a sexual therapy degree in 2006 at the University of Sydney, and continues to work extensively and to further her education in the United States.
"FDA Clears New Female Sexual Therapy Device." U.S.
Drawing on Bowley's attachment theory, Hendix's Imago therapy, and other psychological approaches, Cohn discusses adaptations of sexual therapy techniques.
James Graham was an Edinburghborn physician who found fame in London by offering his sexual therapy services to England's gentry.
The inclusion of the Venus Med clinic, advertising "abortion services" and "sexual therapy," in the capital's shopping mall has provoked controversy in Austria, where Roman Catholics make up 74 percent of the population of 8.1 million.
Since being sentenced, Rumbold has said he now understands the gravity of his crimes and has attended weekly sexual therapy sessions.
The hearing was told that Rumbold, of Bordesley Green, Birmingham, now understood the gravity of his crimes, attended weekly sexual therapy sessions and had not re-offended.