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An exploration of sexual and marital therapists experience of physically disabled clients

Simon Parritt

An exploration of sexual and marital therapists experience of physically disabled clients

by Simon Parritt

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Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1997.

StatementSimon Parritt.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. School of Psychology and Counselling., Roehampton Institute London.
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Open LibraryOL23053035M

Sexual Identity Therapy: Practice framework for managing sexual identity conflicts Although some gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) individuals experience little, if any, conflicts with their sexual identity, others feel distress involving dissonance between sexual feelings and other important personal values and attitudes (e.g., religiousFile Size: KB. Sex and sexual pleasure remains a taboo topic when it comes to people with disabilities. For Williams, accessing this service is about more than sexual pleasure. But it's about that, too.

At a retreat, disabled persons can, for a fee, spend time with a sex assistant for an erotic or sexual experience. Sex Assistant: Helping Others () One sexual assistant describes his job as "Helping someone go somewhere that they cannot go themselves." Sexual Feelings () Handicapped people at a retreat share their feelings about. Find Therapists in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, Psychologists, Marriage Counseling, Therapy, Counselors, Psychiatrists, Child Psychologists and Couples Counseling.

This is a significant book in my experience, a book written by two professionals whose schol-arship, depth of experience with assessment in counseling, and sheer desire to be helpful to the reader are apparent on every page. It is a pragmatic book, focusing on what has been useful to oth-ers and using a simple problem-solving model. People with physical disabilities feel desire and lust just like anyone else. They are sexual just like anyone else. The other common myth is that, if people with physical disabilities do have sexual feelings, then they must go around in a permanent state of sexual frustration, either because they "can’t have sex" or because nobody could.


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An exploration of sexual and marital therapists experience of physically disabled clients by Simon Parritt Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study explored sexual and marital therapists' experience of working with physically disabled clients. Data were collected using tape-recorded semi-structured interviews with six accredited. Sexual Attraction in the Therapy Room: An Exploration of Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists’ Experiences and Training Rafiah Prince Nova Southeastern University,[email protected] This document is a product of extensive research conducted at the Nova Southeastern UniversityCollege of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

The authors assert that most therapists experience sexual attraction or arousal to clients, and that this experience makes therapists uncomfortable. The second chapter explains that "sexual feelings in psychotherapy" is a topic that is largely unaddressed in graduate training by: The client-therapist relationship is an essential part of therapy and is central in helping clients achieve therapeutic goals as the joining process facilitates the change process.

However, in an effort to create a space for change, there is a possibility that professional boundaries may become blurred wherein a client may express a sexual attraction toward their : Rafiah H.

Prince. Choices: A Guide to Sex Counseling With Physically Disabled Adults 1St Edition by Maureen Freda Maureen E. Neistadt (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by: Changing position: an exploration of the meaning of sexual well-being for physically disabled people. Abstract The aim of my work was to explore the meaning of sexual well-being for physically disabled people and to use the knowledge gathered to inform social work practice with adults.

It uses a practice project and research to achieve this aim. In their book Sexuality Counseling for Couples: An Integrative Approach (), Lynn L.

Long, Judith A. Burnett and R. Valorie Thomas define sexuality counseling as “a process that addresses sex education, values clarification, exploration of sexual attitudes and beliefs, and exploration of self-image, sexual identity, gender role development.

It embraces a healthy view of human resilience, personal growth, and life-long sexual development. After years of development, Dr. David published Constructing the Sexual Crucible: An Integration of Sexual and Marital Therapy (W.W. Norton & Co., ).

It was hailed by therapists as a ground-breaking book and the first major innovation in sex. Therapists who had disclosed their feelings to their clients found significantly more frequently that the impact of their sexual attraction had been positive to the therapeutic process (%.

An expected significant interaction between therapists’ sex and the sex of clients to whom the therapists were attracted indicated that male therapists were more often attracted to female (M ) than male (M ) clients and female therapists were more often attracted to male (M = ) than female (M = ) clients, F(1, ) = Find Heterosexual Clients Therapists, Psychologists and Heterosexual Clients Counseling inget help for Heterosexual Clients in Disclosure of Extramarital Sexual Activities by Persons with Addictive or Compulsive Sexual Disorders: Results of a Study and Implications for Therapists by Jennifer P.

Schneider, and M. Deborah Corley In The Clinical Management of Sex Addiction Patrick Carnes and Ken Adams (Eds). Brunner-Routledge Publishers,   This study explores the incidence of marriage and family therapists' sexual attraction to clients, the behaviors of therapists with clients to whom they are sexually attracted, beliefs regarding sexual attraction in therapy, and influences on decision making about sexual by:   Therapists working with individuals miss an essential component of their clients’ mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being by not inquiring about sexuality, intimacy, and sensuality.

Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) clients may form better alliances with therapists who have similar sexual orientations, according to a new study. This new study done by researchers at. Each therapist, each client, and each situation is unique, whatever qualities they may share with other therapists, clients, and situations.

The tenets of this book place fundamental trust in the individual therapist, adequately trained, aware of the relevant research and theory, and consulting with others, to draw his or her own conclusions.

The mounting concern, the crescendo of criminal and civil lawsuits, the refusal of insurance carriers to protect therapists against liability created by allegations of sexual misconduct, the increasing number of studies reporting injurious consequences of therapist/patient sexual intimacy provided the background for the book and the motivations.

What is Domestic Abuse or Violence. Domestic abuse or violence refers to patterns of behaviors within relationships that are used to gain or keep power over another member of the family. Typically, it is a spouse against a spouse or a parent against a child.

In some situations involving the elderly, it may be a child against a parent. Many clinicians are understanding of sexual orientation and gender identity issues. However, these clinicians may lack a repertoire of appro-priate questions to ask about sexual orientation or gender identity, or they may be unaware of why such questions are necessary for clients of substance use and/or mental health Size: KB.

Sexual activity in psychotherapeutic and supervisory relationships breaches counseling ethical standards, some state legal codes, and is perceived as unethical by a majority of mental health practitioners. Many therapists do experience sexual feelings for their clients and supervisees, and an alarming number act out these feelings with clients, supervisors, and counseling student : Lisa Kapp.

Connecticut state statute, under the Connecticut Penal Code, Sections 53a, 53a, and 53aa define sexual intercourse and sexual contact by a psychotherapist and a client or former client or by a school employee and a student as sexual assault. Sexual intercourse is a second degree class C felony and sexual contact is a fourth degree [ ].Competent and Confident: An Occupational Therapist Perspective on Sexual Health A person who has experienced a traumatic injury resulting in a permanent physical disability, or one who has a congenital illness or disability should not be thought of as simply disabled, but as “a person who has a desire for adequate interpersonal and sexual.

The experience allowed him to administer a variety of community needs, such as providing services for youth and families, helping children adjust to life post-divorce, pediatric and adult bipolar management, LGBTQ lifestyle concerns, and PTSD treatment for first responders, medical personnel, educators and youth.