Now you can more effectively help patients suffering from sexual conflict in its various manifestations. As sexuality has “come out of the closet,” people have become more willing to seek professional help in dealing with their sexual conflicts and unhappiness. Several leading authorities demonstrate how sexual conflicts arise--often in early childhood, and provide examples of effective therapeutic approaches for treating patients who experience sexual conflict about homosexuality, extramarital sex, voyeurism, and exhibitionism.

Contents The Analytic Triad: A Contribution to the Theory of Transference
  • Homosexuality: A Life-Style, a Civil Rights Issue, or a Psycho-Social Problem?
  • Negative Voyeurism and Its Application to Psychoanalytic Practice
  • A Case of Exhibitionism: Self-Hatred Beneath a Mask
  • Sex and Exclusivity