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22 Cards in this Set

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Sexual Desire Disorders
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, Sexual Aversion Disorder
Sexual Arousal Disorders
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, Male Erectile Disorder
Orgasmic Disorder
Female and Male Orgasmic Disorder, Premature Ejaculation
Sexual Pain Disorders
Dyspareunia, Vaginismus
Nature of Onset
Lifelong Type, Acquired Type
Context of the Dysfunction
Generalized Type, Situational Type
Etiological Factors associated with Sexual Dysfunction
Due to Psychological Factors, Due to Combined Factors
Sexual Dysfunction due to General Medical Condition
Name the medical condition
Substance Induced Sexual Dysfunction
Alcohol, Amphetamine, Cocaine, Opioid, Sedative, Other
Sexual Dysfuntion
Exhibitionism, Fetishism, Frotteurism, Pedophilia, Sexual Masochism, Sexual Sadism, Transvestic Fetishism, Voyerism, Paraphilias
Gender Identity Disorders
Gender Identity Disorder in Children, Gender Identity Disorder in Adolescents or Adults, Specify if attracted to males, females, both or neither
Interactive Sex Paradigm
Sternberg's Triangular Theory of Love, Weeks Intersystem Approach, Theory of Interaction Strong and Claiborne
Weeks Intersystem Approach
Individual/ biological/ medical
Weeks Intersystem Approach 2
Individual/ psychological/ Couples dynamics
Weeks Intersystem Approach 3
Dyadic Relationship
Weeks Intersystem Approach 4
Family of Origin
Weeks Intersystem Approach 5
Society/ Culture/ History/ Religion
Weeks Individual/ Biological/ Medical
Each individual has their own biology and medical history that may affect their sexual relationship.
Weeks Individual/ Psychological/ Couples Dynamics
Personality, intelligence, values, defense that act as a lenses by which individuals understand sexuality and develop ways to exhibit it.
Weeks Dyadic Realtionships
Treats the relationship as a client. Addresses how individual patterns show up within the couple in how they manage conflict, communication, level of intimacy and fear of intimacy.
Weeks Family of Origin
Our first introduction to sexuality. This will affect an individual's thoughts, understanding, and dealing with sexuality.
Weeks Society, Culture, History, Religion
Therapist muse assess for the impact of culture, religion and society on how a couple perceives themselves. Environment.