1. Talking and Thinking About Sexuality (Teri Quatman).
2. A Therapist′s Guide to the Physiology of Sexual Response (Randolph S. Charlton, Teri Quatman).
3. Evaluation of Sexual Disorders(Randolph S. Charlton).
4. Medical Evaluation of Sexual Function Gynecological Evaluation of Sexual Disorders, Urological Evaluation of Sexual Disorders, Sleep Clinic Assessment of Erectile Dysfunction,(Claire Applemans, Harcharan Gill, Alex Clerk, Vincent Zarcone, ).
5. Passion and Intimacy: The Foundations of Sexuality (Cynthia McReynolds, David Schnarch).
6. Couple Therapy of Sexual Disorders (Sandra Borrelli–Kerner, Bonnie Bernell).
7. Disorders of Desire(Marty Klein).
8. Treatment of Arousal and Orgasm Disorders (Randolph S. Charlton, Faith W. Brigel).
9. Treatment of Paraphilias(Randolph S. CharltonRandolph S. Charlton).
"The authors′ liberal use of case examples and specific suggestions provides a useful resource for those professionals just entering the sex therapy field, and for those professionals who want to increase their skill at handling sexual issues."
" Finally! A volume that addresses the spectrum of issues pertinent to sexual dysfunction––from the physical to the psychological. The writing is excellent and informative, the case examples are plentiful, the degree of empathy and understanding are extraordinary. Psychologist, gynecologist, family practitioner, social worker, or psychiatrist––experienced clinician or graduate student––all will benefit from reading this book." (Avodah K. Offit, M.D., author of Night Thoughts: Reflections of a Sex Therapist, The Sexual Self , and Virtual Love)
"This is a comprehensive, though practical, guide to sex therapy, edited by Randolph Charlton, a clinician with vast experience in the area. The chapters are authored by practitioners who hail from several disciplines and are written in a collegial, easy–to–read style. The book contains many clinical pearls of wisdom and is a must–read for all clinicians interested in helping patients with sexual dysfunction." (Alan F. Schatzberg, M.D., Kenneth T. Norris, Jr., Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine)