Painful genital sexual activity
The chapter covers: the varied clinical presentations of painful sex; they typical consequences of the problem for women; current and past conceptualizations of painful sex; an overview of current therapeutic options; strategies that have worked for women afflicted with the problem, as well as the challenges that can be encountered when dealing with this population.
Dyspareunia; Mental health counseling; Psychosexual disorders; Sexual disorders; Sex therapy
Health Psychology | Medicine and Health | Psychiatry and Psychology | Psychology
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Binik, Y. M.,
Painful genital sexual activity. In Stephen B. Levine; Candace B. Risen; Stanley E. Althof,
Handbook of clinical sexuality for mental health professionals
New York, NY: Routledge.