One of the go to suggestions to stop watching pornography is an abstinence period. Does a new study prove the existing wisdom?
problematic sexual behavior
During this year’s IITAP symposium, we watched the first-ever showing of Maddie Corman’s movie adaptation of her one-woman play “Accidentally Brave.”
For me, the concept of sex dolls is fascinating and when my web guy told me that some people were searching for more information about it, I jumped at the chance to write about them again.
I am a fan of Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages. When I saw that he and Jennifer Thomas had written The 5 Apology Languages, I was eager to read it.
Those of us who treat problematic or compulsive sexual behavior still hear from colleagues that they do not believe that sex addiction is real.
Narrative therapy in the treatment of substance abuse disorders from the book Using Superheroes and Villains in Counseling and Play Therapy.
Research Review: Paraphilia and Antisociality Motivations for Sexual Offending May Differ for American Whites and Blacks. Lee, S.C., Hanson, R.K., Calkins, C & Jeglic, E. Sexual Abuse, 32(3), 2020 335-365. There is a vast array of research pointing to the fact that sexual offenders are a heterogenous group and that it is difficult to generalize […]
How do we, as therapists, determine whether a pornography problem is erotic conflict or an addiction? A discussion on the nuances.
If you are like me, you have heard of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, but know very little about it. We see newspaper articles about bitcoin values going up and down and articles about how digital currency is going to eventually take over traditional banking. Other than headlines, most of us don’t pay much attention. However, […]