Joan D. Atwood
TRUTH OR FICTION?
1. The psychoanalytic school of therapy is the major therapeutic approach to sexua, problems. 2. The new sex therapy presented by Helen Singer Kaplan was responsible for adding a desire phase to our view of the human sexual response. 3. The treatment of erectile dysfunction has become increasingly more medical in the past ten to fifteen years. 4. Ejaculatory incompetence is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. 5. An example of primary orgasmic dysfunction in women is when a woman has an orgasm during masturbation but not during intercourse. 6. Dyspareunia occurs in men as well as women. 7. The great majority of sexual problems are biologically based, 8. At the beginning of sex therapy, the therapist should e\>aluate the couple's genera, relationship. 9. Masters and Johnson believed that a dual-sex therapy team is not very useful when working with sexual issues. 10. Therapists who use a psychoanalytic appmach use a rapid treatment approach and believe that sex problems are joint problems affecting both members of the couple. 11. Approximately 85% of women experience orgasms in sexual intercourse. 12. If a woman has experienced orgasm once in her life and not after that, she is said to have primary orgasmic dysfunction, 13. The demand for psychological treatment for sexual problems has increased aver the years.