Author | Domeena C. Renshaw, MD

Articles

Can Dialogue Cure? A Couple's Therapeutic Journey

April 29, 2010

Article

Individuals with a past history of chronic psychiatric illness are often given poor prognoses that can limit their therapeutic horizons for further treatment. This pessimism may be misplaced as is demonstrated by the case of Jay, age 71, and Kay, age 65. The couple presented at the Loyola Sexual Dysfunction Clinic in a program consisting of 7 weekly sessions of 5 hours each with 2 trainee therapists.

Coping With Obscene Phone Calls

October 01, 2008

Article

Commercially available telephone sex with women has been available at all hours of the day or night for over 25 years to anyone who pays the fee.

Sexuality and Psychiatry in the 21st Century

October 01, 2004

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Is sexual research still an orphan as far as recognition and funding? Yes. Yet sex and sexuality issues affect the quality of each person's life. As the articles in this Sex & Sexuality bonus issue show, sexual health remains in the physician's domain in this millennium and beyond.

Fathering

October 01, 2004

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As society and the definition of family in the West changes, fathers in the 21st century face emotional and psychological obstacles to a healthy parent-child relationship. This article examines professional interventions and other resources that can help prepare fathers to be effective parents.

Delights and Dangers of the Internet

October 01, 1996

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"The Internet is like being in another world- you can pretend to be everything you ever wanted to be. There are no rules and no sense of time. In one hour you can tell each other all about yourselves. It's so interactive- question and answer and so quickly. No limits." Exhilaration was the expression of a 49-year-old divorced male gynecologist with the password "lady's doc."

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