The Evaluation of Sexual Disorders: Psychological and Medical Aspects
This volume enables clinicians to distinguish between psychological and medical causes, to interview clients in a way that will uncover subtle medical aspects or relationship difficulties, and formulate a precise, effective treatment program.
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THE NEW SEXUAL MEDICINE
THE PSYCHOSEXUAL EVALUATION
Schizophrenic Patient Who Was Successfully Treated for
Anorgasmia Caused by Superficial Consciously
Premature Ejaculation within a Loving Relationship
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