psychosexual disorder


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psychosexual disorder

psychosexual disorder

1. Any disorder of sexual functioning that is not caused by a purely physical illness.
2. Sexual perversion.
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Among the comorbidities, psychoses and substance use disorder had the greatest association with costs, followed by depression, psychosexual disorder (i.
The 38-year-old, from Thornhill Road, Ponteland, had sued Newcastle Hospitals NHS Trust after claiming stitching following the birth of her daughter Isobel left her with a psychosexual disorder severely affecting her love life.
At his trial clinical psychiatrist Dr Harvey Krop said he believed Robinson had a personality fault and a psychosexual disorder.
5) Sexologist John Money conceptualizes it as lovemap pathology--a developmental and psychosexual disorder resulting from deprivation in, or punishment for, normal sexual rehearsals in infancy and childhood and/or from childhood trauma or abuse that would impair love and love bonding.
Katz's conclusion of "heterosexuality on the defensive" (1990, 24) defines, for the following paper, the current historical context in which sex addiction as a psychosexual disorder functions to reassert monogamous heterosexual normalcy.
or the object of sexual excitement in a paraphilia is frequently the stimulus for sexual excitement in individuals without psychosexual disorder.
Nymphomania made its appearance as a sexual deviation in the first DSM which appeared in 1951, and this was changed to a psychosexual disorder in the DSM III in 1980.
Hypnotherapy can be used extensively for a wide range of conditions in the field of psychiatry: it is valuable for the treatment of anxiety disorders, sleep disturbances, eating disorders, depression, psychosexual disorders, addictions, and particularly, in the treatment of phobic disorders (Waxman, 1980).
GID is categorized in the DSM-IV under Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders, rather than Psychosexual Disorders, which suggests something about the etiology of the disorders, Dr.
Michael's Institute for the Psychological Sciences, "but they're depressed, [they have] eating disorders, psychosexual disorders, terrible marriages, panic disorders, bad interpersonal relationships and they can't get anywhere.
On the one hand lie the individual cases, few in number, usually protracted, and mostly associated with major organic, psychiatric, or psychosexual disorders.
Toru and Naoko take long, aimless walks in virtual silence through the streets of Tokyo, incapable of real communication due mostly to Naoko's psychosexual disorders that inhibit easy expression.