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Psychosexual Medicine

An Introduction
  • 288 Pages
  • 4.47 MB
  • English

A Hodder Arnold Publication
Clinical psychology, Reproductive medicine, Family Medicine, Sexual Disorders, Psychology, Medical, Family & General Practice, Human Sexuality, Mental Illness, Medical / Family & General Practice, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Psychiatry - Psychopharmacology, Psychosexual disorders, Sex therapy, Trea
ContributionsRuth L. Skrine (Editor), A. Heather Montford (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9795201M
ISBN 100340761423
ISBN 139780340761427

The Practice of Psychosexual Medicine The Practice of Psychosexual Medicine. Psychosexual Medicine is psychosomatic medicine applied to sexual disorders.

It offers a type of brief therapy, based on psychoanalytic skills introduced by Drs Michael Balint and Tom Main and developed by Institute Members. Institute of Psychosexual Medicine. Welcome to the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine. Welcome to the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine.

The IPM is a registered charity which provides education, training and research in psychosexual medicine. Our trained doctors can help people with a wide range of sexual difficulties.

Read More. Description: This well-balanced introduction to psychosexual medicine is clearly a welcome addition to the current and somewhat limited sexual dysfunction textbook literature. The highly valuable theme can be summed up in the first sentence of the book: "Sex is a psychosomatic activity; it involves the body and the mind."Pages: Recommended by the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine, this new edition will confirm the reputation of this book as the only introductory text in the field and essential reading for anyone wishing to learn more about this expanding subject.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App5/5(1). Introduction to Psychosexual Medicine book. Third Edition. Introduction to Psychosexual Medicine. DOI link for Introduction to Psychosexual Medicine. Introduction to Psychosexual Medicine book.

Third Edition. Edited By Philipa A. Brough, Margaret Denman. Edition 3rd Edition. First Published Cited by: 1. Psychosexual Medicine introduces doctors and other health professionals to Psychosexual Medicine book psychological aspects of sexual problem and how these interact with physical causes.

It is of particular benefit to general practitioners, gynaecologists, urologists and genitourinary physicians who meet patients with sexual problems in the course of their own work. Institute of Psychosexual Medicine (IPM) Institute of Psychosexual Medicine (IPM) Who we are. The IPM was founded in by doctors and Dr Tom Main, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.

The professional organisation provides education, training and research in psychosexual medicine. This includes study days, short introductory courses and longer. Psychosexual Medicine This is a specialist service which provides assessment and treatment for the following sexual difficulties which may be caused by physical and/or psychological factors: Problems with erection.

The Journal of Psychosexual Health will address all aspects of sexuality, sexual health, psychology of sexual behaviour and Psychosexual Medicine book aspects of sexual medicine practice, with a focus on publishing well conducted research, scholarly and peer-reviewed articles.

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The journal hopes to serve as a conduit to articulate the totality of needs of patients, caregivers and medical. Using case histories the book describes the practice of psychosexual medicine and explores the skills used by doctors therapists and counsellors. A systematic and comprehensive examination of this field for the first time this book places psychosexual medicine in context with other by: 2.

psychosexual medicine: The study of sexual difficulties and related marital/partner or psychosomatic problems. Training in psychosexual medicine (PSM) is designed to increase skill rather than knowledge, and practical skills rather than theory.

PSM doctors are usually clinicians in general practice, family planning, gynaecology, genito-urinary. You can refer yourself directly to the clinic. Referrals are also accepted from: Private general practitioners and healthcare professionals. National Health Service general practitioners. Get this from a library.

Practice of psychosexual medicine: [selected papers from the First International Conference on Psychosexual Medicine, JulyBrighton, and other meetings of the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine].

[Katharine Draper;]. Institute of Psychosexual Medicine. 90 likes. The IPM is a training organisation born over 40 years ago. We train Doctors and AHPs to manage sexual 5/5. The physical examination is a crucial component of the gynaecologist's assessment and diagnostic pathway.

This is also used in psychosexual medicine as the ‘moment of truth’ – when the vulnerabilities and behaviour during physical exposure can reflect the difficulties of the patient.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: Contents: 1. Psychosexual skills and training / Ruth Skrine The management of impotence in general practice / Gill Wakley Impotence: the referred patient / Peter Barrett Ejaculatory difficulties / Robina Thexton The management of perversions, with special reference to.

The chapters cover the huge variety of issues that can affect sexual function and are all well written and easy to read. It also provides an excellent introduction to the work of the institute of psychosexual medicine.

This book should be compulsory reading for any clinician working in general practice, gynaecology or sexual health.5/5(5). symptoms over complains of sex and relationships. This book briefly sheds light upon these often ignored areas and is a beneficial tool for trainees in psychosexual medicine.

A resident enters the course with the aspirations of passing it with minimal fuss, and this book, with dedicated chapters to studying, handling examinations, and examiners.

The chapters cover the huge variety of issues that can affect sexual function and are all well written and easy to read. It also provides an excellent introduction to the work of the institute of psychosexual medicine. This book should be compulsory reading for any clinician working in general practice, gynaecology or sexual health.5/5(5).

psychosexual disorders: [ si″ko-sek´shoo-al ] pertaining to the mental or emotional aspects of sex. psychosexual disorders sexual disorders (def. Psychosexual team. Dr Leila Frodsham - Psychosexual Lead and Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. Violeta Jawdokimova - Psychosexual Counsellor.

Our service is popular with trainee doctors trainee present during your consultation, please let reception know and we can ask them to step outside. You may be seen more quickly at the serviceFile Size: KB. Psychosexual development is traditionally viewed as having several distinct components (Table ).

Gender identity refers to a person's self-representation or identification as male or female (with the caveat that some individuals may not identify exclusively with either).Gender role (sex-typical behaviors) describes the expression or portrayal of psychological characteristics that.

psychosexual (sī′kō-sĕk′sho͞o-əl) adj. Of or relating to the mental and emotional aspects of sexuality. psy′chosex′ual′ity (-ăl′ĭ-tē) n. psy′chosex′ually adv.

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psychosexual (ˌsaɪkəʊˈsɛksjʊəl) adj (Psychology) of or relating to the mental aspects of sex, such as sexual fantasies ˌpsychoˌsexuˈality n. A certificate of attendance with be issued and the 12 hours can be used towards further training with the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine(IPM) for those wishing to go on and sit the diploma in IPM.

Suitable for: Doctors in the following areas of interest: Book Event. Psychosexual disorder is a sexual problem that is psychological, rather than physiological in origin.

"Psychosexual disorder" was a term used in Freudian term of psychosexual disorder (Turkish: Psikoseksüel bozukluk) used by the TAF for homosexuality as a reason to ban the LGBT people from military lty: Psychiatry, psychology. EDITOR, - May Duddle's criticism of the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine's training is ill informed1 as she has taken no part in the institute's training, research, and development, which have been carried out nationwide for 30 years.

I wish to set the record straight. Doctors accepted for basic training must expect to meet patients who expect Author: Tunnadine P. And many other problems including embarrassment, inhibition and sexual unhappiness.

Course Format. Designed specifically for the professional therapist, this Specialist in Psychosexual Dysfunction diploma course will teach you all you need to know to ethically promote yourself as a specialist in an area where there is a distinct shortage of properly trained therapists.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Psychosexual Medicine: Contraceptive Care: Meeting Individual Needs (Paperback) at   Psychosexual Medicine trains doctors in skills that promote insight and deeper understanding of sexual problems whatever the clinical setting.

It does so utilising the particular skills that GPs already have some training and expertise in.

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Psychosexual Medicine Series. Book Series There are 2 volumes in this series. Published - Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips. Switch Edition. Academic Edition; Corporate Edition; Home; Impressum.

Residents of South Staffordshire can all access Psychosexual Therapy/Medicine from sexual health services in two locations Stafford and Tamworth. The Psychosexual Service provides treatment and therapy for individuals or couples who experience difficulty with sex or intimacy including complex cases.Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

The concept of psychosexual development, as envisioned by Sigmund Freud at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, is a central element in his sexual drive theory, which posits that, from birth, humans have instinctual sexual appetites.

In each psychosexual stage of development, the child’s pleasure-seeking urges, coming from the id, are focused on a different area of the body, called an erogenous zone. The stages are oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)). Freud’s psychosexual development theory is quite controversial.