Sexual Health & Compulsivity
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Sexual Health and Compulsivity is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for research and clinical practice. This journal is a key source for providing practicing clinicians useful and innovative strategies for intervention and treatment of sexual behaviors which includes problematic/compulsive sexual behaviors.
The aim of this journal is to expand our knowledge of sexual health with a particular focus on understanding problematic/compulsive sexual behaviors across diverse clinical and non-clinical populations. Specifically, the journal will offer a broad perspective of sexual health with a strong focus on compulsive sexual behaviors and their co-occurrence with other addictive and mental health disorders in clinical and non-clinical populations.
Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal. Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article.
Read the latest research
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|The Impact of Internet Pornography on Marriage and the Family: A Review of the Research||Jill C. Manning|
|Effects of Emotions on Sexual Behavior in Men||Michael H. Miner, Janna Dickenson & Eli Coleman|
|Addiction and Mindfulness: Pornography Addiction and Mindfulness-Based Therapy ACT||Julie Fraumeni-McBride|
|Pathways to Sex Addiction: Relationships with Adverse Childhood Experience, Attachment, Narcissism, Self-Compassion and Motivation||Yasuhiro Kotera & Christine Rhodes|
|Asexuality: Sexual Health Does Not Require Sex||Brenna Conley-Fonda & Taylor Leisher|
More about the journal
Sexual Health & Compulsivity provides an integrated focus for research into this important, dynamic, and multi-disciplinary field.
Topics covered include:
- compulsive sexual behaviors and their co-occurrence with other addictive and mental health disorders;
- behavioral, epidemiological, and neurobiological methods used to assess factors that contribute to the development and treatment of sexual behaviors;
- conceptual issues regarding addiction, compulsivity, and sexual medicine;
- new treatment approaches for problematic/compulsive sexual behaviors;
- and much more.
This journal is of interest to psychiatrists, sex therapists, psychologists, social workers, family therapists, pastoral counselors and law enforcement personnel, among others.