By D. Richard Laws PhD, William T. O'Donohue PhD
Now in an absolutely revised and up to date moment version, this crucial paintings presents authoritative clinical and utilized views at the complete variety of paraphilias and different sexual habit difficulties. for every significant medical syndrome, a bankruptcy on psychopathology and thought is by means of a bankruptcy on review and therapy. demanding situations in operating with intercourse offenders are thought of intensive. completely rewritten to mirror a decade of advances within the box, the second one version beneficial properties many new chapters and new authors. New issues contain an built-in etiological version, sexual deviance around the lifespan, web offenders, a number of paraphilias, neurobiological techniques, the clinician as specialist witness, and public well-being approaches.
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We would suggest that these problems originate in exposure to sexual activities such as compulsive masturbation during early adolescence, and in the absence of alternative means of increasing self-esteem or mood; this combination can create a profound link be- An Integrated Theory of Sexual Offending 29 tween sex and emotional well-being (Cortoni & Marshall, 2001). Emotional competency deficits are likely to produce powerful negative emotional states—for example, following an argument with a partner or a stressful life event such as losing a job—especially if an individual lacks the ability to dampen down, or communicate, emotions in a “healthy” way.
Sexual Deviance, Second Edition: Theory, Assessment, and Treatment by D. Richard Laws PhD, William T. O'Donohue PhD