The Self of the Mormon Sex Therapist: Strategies for Sex Therapists-in-Training
American Journal of Family Therapy
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The purpose of this paper is to present strategies to assist LDS (Mormon) sex therapists-in-training as they work through the anxiety and value conflict of doing sex therapy. This paper outlines the importance of self-of-the-therapist work to assist with this role. It specifically suggests the use of Buber’s philosophy and Bowen family systems theory as a way to approach this important task.
Cultural issues in family and couples therapy; family and couples therapy training; Self- of-the-therapist; Sex therapy
The Self of the Mormon Sex Therapist: Strategies for Sex Therapists-in-Training.
American Journal of Family Therapy, 46(3),