Research Article

in

Cognitive Hypnotherapy With Sexual Disorders

The content of this article is only available as a PDF.

Have access already?

Get access to this article:

Or get access to the particular issue:

Or get access to the entire journal:

Advertisement

Abstract

Research has found that in psychogenic sexual disorders, cognitive processes are more important than physiological ones. Negativistic “thinking” about one’s sexual activity aggravates the symptom and perpetuates it. Therefore, as vital as a differential diagnosis of sexual dysfunction is, the uncovering of Negative Self-Hypnosis (NSH) becomes essential for the successful resolution of the sexual problem. NSH constitutes the “hidden symptom” in all psychogenic sexual dysfunctions. After explicating NSH, the paper offers specific hypnotic techniques for different sexual disorders.

Article usage
Article Usage
Period Abstract Full PDF Total
Sep 2020 8 0 0 8
Aug 2020 20 0 0 20
Jul 2020 11 0 0 11
Jun 2020 15 0 0 15
May 2020 18 0 0 18
Apr 2020 16 0 0 16
Mar 2020 17 0 0 17
Feb 2020 14 0 0 14
Jan 2020 6 0 0 6
Dec 2019 1 0 0 1
Nov 2019 6 0 0 6
Oct 2019 8 0 0 8
Sep 2019 23 0 0 23
Aug 2019 3 0 0 3
Jul 2019 2 0 0 2
Jun 2019 1 0 0 1
May 2019 1 0 0 1
Apr 2019 5 0 0 5
Mar 2019 10 0 0 10
Feb 2019 4 0 0 4
Jan 2019 3 0 0 3
Dec 2018 4 0 0 4
Nov 2018 5 0 0 5
Oct 2018 4 0 2 6
Sep 2018 9 0 0 9