Murray, Christine, Pope, Amber, and Willis, Ben, Sexuality Counselling: Theory, Research, and Practice

SAGE Publications, Inc., Los Angeles, USA, 2017, ISBN-10: 9781483343723, 343 pages, 7.4″ × 0.8″ x 9.1″, US$81
  • Fung Kei ChengEmail author
Book Review

Talking about sexuality is a challenge that is likely to come up during counselling, for both clients and counsellors, since sexuality is often a latent issue in many personal or familial cases. Through an overview of this under-addressed topic, the book reviewed here, Sexuality Counselling: Theory, Research, and Practice, demystifies this masked item, offering know-how to enrich the competencies of diverse counselling specialties. It covers a broad range of sexuality discussion, from physiological, mental, emotional, cultural, social, economical, spiritual and technological dimensions, which relates to adolescents, adults and seniors, including not only single persons and couples, but equally important heterosexual and non-heterosexual people (LGBTIQQA; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, and ally). Based on its comprehensive, contextual framework, it proposes a Contextualised Sexuality Model that promotes positive sexuality, finally asserting the...



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  1. 1.Hong KongChina

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