Reflections on… the problem with sex

Yates, Andrew
January 2007
Healthcare Counselling & Psychotherapy Journal;Jan2007, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p26
The article reflects on what people are looking for when they seek psychosexual therapy. He emphasizes that it is the inability to generate facsimile copies of sexual heights that lead people to seek such therapy. He stresses the reason on why many individuals are seeking to improve their sexual performance. He claims that the greatest difficulty experienced by sexual therapists is of managing clients' sexual beliefs.


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