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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a sexual disorders unit of a standard mental health course. Topics covered include:
- Causes and treatment of desire disorders
- Disorders of excitement characteristics
- Treatment for orgasm disorders
- Sexual pain disorders and causes
- Gender identity disorder
1. Desire Disorders: Definition, Causes & Treatment
Desire is a normal part of adult relationships. But what happens when someone loses all desire? In this lesson, we'll examine hypoactive sexual desire disorder, its symptoms, causes, and treatment.
2. Disorders of Excitement: Definition, Causes & Treatment
Sex is a normal part of adult life, but what happens when someone is not able to be physically aroused? In this lesson, we'll look closer at different types of excitement disorders, as well as their causes and treatments.
3. What Are Orgasm Disorders? - Definition, Causes & Treatment
Some people aren't able to reach orgasm, or they reach orgasm too quickly. What causes these things, and how are they treated? In this lesson, we'll look at the symptoms, causes, and treatment of orgasm disorders.
4. Sexual Pain Disorders: Definition, Causes & Treatment
Most healthy adults enjoy sex, but sometimes people experience pain during sex. In this lesson, we'll look closer at sexual pain disorders, their causes and their treatments.
5. Gender Identity Disorder: Definition and Social Perception of Gender Dysphoria
What happens when someone is born a woman but feels like they should be a man? In this lesson, we'll look closer at gender identity disorder, its symptoms, and changing views on it as a mental disorder.
6. Sexual Frustration: Definition & Symptoms
Did you know that it is possible to feel sexual frustration even in cases where you have sexual contact on a regular basis? Learn more about sexual frustration and its symptoms from this lesson.
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