Introduction 1. Attachment Narrative Therapy as a Tool for Sex Therapy with Lesbian Couples 2. Queer Menopause: working with the LGBTQIA+ menopausal client 3. Working with Sexual Shame 4. The Sex Lives of Asexuals 5. Exploring erotic diversity in heterosexuality: Keeping a queer eye for the straight guys 6. Intersex-centred sex therapy and relationship counselling: Six commonly neglected concerns of intersex adults 7. Trans Sex and Relationships: A practitioners' dialogue 8. Sex in transition: From the medicalisation of transgender sexuality to the centrality of pleasure 9. Examining Therapist Bias When Working with Kink 10. Treating Anodyspareunia in MSM 11. MSM and Compulsive Sexual Behaviours 12. Mindfulness-Based Approaches to Working With Chemsex Behaviours in Psychotherapy Conclusion
Silva Neves is a COSRT-accredited and UKCP-registered psychotherapist specialising in sexology and intimate relationships. He is a Pink Therapy Clinical Associate. He is a Course Director for the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology (CICS), an international speaker, broadcaster, and an author.
Dominic Davies is the Founder of Pink Therapy, a clinical supervisor and sexologist and Course Director of two training programmes in Gender, Sex and Relationship Diversity Therapy. He has been internationally recognised as one of 50 Gender and Sexual Health Revolutionaries.
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