A quiz on significant changes in DSM-5 nomenclature as they relate to sexual disorders.
What does the scientific evidence tell us about treatment for pedophilia? The answer might surprise you.
Psychiatrists can serve a pivotal role in reducing sexual offender recidivism by treating individuals with paraphilic disorders. Details here.
The inability or difficulty to experience vaginal penetration is most similar to which DSM-5 disorder? Find out in this quiz.
Four clinical reports indicate that in the last 30 years, we have come a long way in the exploration and study of sex and sexual disorders.
Here: basic concepts behind sexual consent capacity and guidance on how to pursue capacity assessments.
The road to recovery for human trafficking victims is intense and requires intervention and care on multiple comprehensive levels.
There has been much progress in both the conceptualization and the treatment of vaginismus in the past 15 years. Details here.
“Once a pedophile always a pedophile” is so 30 years ago. The author updates the realities about sex offenders and why psychiatrists should be more optimistic about their patients’ prognoses.
The ability to diagnose pedophilia is key to preventing child sexual abuse: it makes possible accurate risk assessment and informed decisions regarding who is safe to work with children—and who is not.