Alcoholism and Sexual Dysfunction: Issues in Clinical Management

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Psychology Press, 1984 - Family & Relationships - 135 pages
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Experts provide specific methodologies for clinicians working with recovering alcoholics and their families. This landmark study of sexual issues in alcoholism treatment addresses impotence in male alcoholics, the sexual dynamics of the client-counselor relationship, homosexual alcoholics, and many other important issues.
 

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Contents

Alcohol and Human Sexual Response
1
SocioSexual Issues in the Using and Recovering Alcoholic
17
Returning to Drinking as a Result of Erectile Dysfunction
33
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David Powell, Ph.D., is a marriage and family counselor with over thirty-five years of clinical experience. In 1974, he founded Education and Training Programs, Inc. He is trained as a spiritual counselor and is a mentor for the Soul of the Executive Program of the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Transformation, which is designed to help Fortune 500 executives find meaning and purpose in their lives. He is currently president and CEO of the International Center for Health Concerns, a new corporation that he founded whose goal is to facilitate the distribution of health and psychological information internationally.

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