Sex and the Internet: A Guidebook for Clinicians

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Al Cooper
Psychology Press, 2002 - Psychology - 290 pages
Focusing on treatment and assessment issues and the clinical implications of cybersex, this volume provides mental health professionals with an analysis of the most recent empirical evidence along with research specific to the impact of Internet use on couples and families, gay men, people with disabilities, children, and the workplace.
 

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Contents

Introduction The Internet The Next Sexual Revolution
1
Internet Sexuality Known Risks and Fresh Chances for Women
19
Men Who Have Sex With Men and the Internet Emerging Clinical Issues and Their Management
47
Access to Pleasure Onramp to Specific Information on Disability Illness and Changes Throughout the Lifespan
71
Effects of Internet Sexuality on Children and Adolescents
87
Virtual Sexuality in the Workplace A WakeUp Call for Clinicians Employers and Employees
109
The Electronic Bedroom Clinical Assessment of Online Sexual Problems and InternetEnabled Sexual Behavior
129
Treating Online Compulsive Sexual Behavior When Cybersex Is the Drug of Choice
147
The New Elephant in the Living Room Effects of Compulsive Cybersex Behaviors on the Spouse
169
Paraphilias and the Internet
187
Harnessing the Power of the Internet to Improve Sexual Relationships
209
Sexuality and the Internet Ethics and Regulation
231
Obtaining Data About Human Sexual Functioning From the Internet
245
The Future of Internet Sexuality
263
Index
281
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