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Premature Ejaculation (PE): Impact of PE & Treatment from a Sex Therapist Perspective

Premature Ejaculation (PE): Impact of PE & Treatment from a Sex Therapist Perspective

We have experience a paradigm shift in how we conceptualise premature ejaculation. New subclassifications have been developed to include our understandings of the neurobiological/genetic, physiological & psychosocial aspects in addition to the psychological (Waldinger, 2008).

Despite diversity of causation of PE the negative imapacts on men & their partners are remarkably similar across subclassifications, with negative emotion and interpersonal difficultybeing the most common reason for presentation (Porst, 2007). Both Sex Therapy and pharmacological treatments offer unique benefits. Combining Sexual Therapy with pharmacological treatment may provide improved outcomes for men with PE and their partners. Further evidence based research on combination therapy is needed in this area.

Areas of Interest / Categories: Premature Ejaculation, Sex Therapy

Sex Therapy

Focusing On Female Sexual Pleasure: Improving Sexual Satisfaction Across Cultures

Orientation Toward Eroticism: A Critically Based Proposition for Sex Therapists

Putting Instrumental Sex on the Couch

AASECT Position Statement on Sex Addiction: A Sexual Health Advocacy Process

Will Non-binary Gender Change our Conception of Sexual and Couple Therapy?

The advanced and new methods of sex therapy in China

Sex therapy is a good method for resolving sexual and marital problems in the world. In the past 2 decades, sex therapy has become increasingly popular among Chinese psychologists and clinical doctors, who master and practice this method in their clinical work. This lecture will provide an overview of the rich Chinese sex culture and history of sex therapy and also the evolution that has led to the advanced and new methods in sex therapy in China. We have been using different ways including history review, experts’ visiting, survey and clinical practice to show Chinese traditional sex culture and new methods in sex therapeutic approach. 

Moving towards a mature, positive model of sexuality (and away from one based on adolescent boys' masturbatory practices)

A summary of one of the key messages in Ms Hellyer’s full-day pre-conference Workshop, Coaching & Tantra: Integral Aspects of an Effective Contemporary Approach to Sex Therapy, this paper looks at how long-term sexual suppression in the West has led to a limited view of ‘normal’ sex in contemporary society, a model based more on adolescent male sexuality than a mature, positive sexuality applicable to both genders and all ages.