7 clinically relevant updates about psychiatric issues connected to sex and sexuality.
When people turn to mental health professionals about sexual problems—cyber or otherwise—how comfortable and informed are we?
The rise of the Internet and smart phones has created a proliferation of “sexting” between adults and, even more concerning, youths.
From diagnosis to treatment, paraphilias and paraphilic disorders present unique challenges for the general psychiatrist.
To improve access to and quality of mental health care for individuals who identify as LGBTQ, it is important for clinicians to become allies to this marginalized community.
Transgender adolescents and their families experience barriers to care and specialized providers might not always be available. However, the work with transgender adolescents can be rewarding.
Adolescents explore their sexuality. In most cases, this exploration is normative. At times, however, compulsive sexual behavior is developed and maintained.
Sexual life is not just about sexual identity and sexual behavior.
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