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Ich-analytische Sexualtherapie

  • B. Apfelbaum

Zusammenfassung

Die Arbeit von Masters und Johnson ist bahnbrechend wie vielleicht nie ein Beitrag zuvor in der Geschichte der Sexualwissenschaft. Allerdings wird dies nicht einmal von Sexualwissenschaftlern allgemein erkannt. Die maßgebliche Ursache für dieses Phänomen kann in der Art und Weise gesehen werden, wie Masters und Johnson ihre Arbeit präsentieren. Wer nicht an dem Ausbildungsprogramm oder den Fortbildungsseminaren von Masters und Johnson teilnimmt, hat keine Möglichkeit, mit den Grundzügen ihres Modells wirklich vertraut zu werden, was eine neue und vielleicht fragwürdige Form der Präsentation wissenschaftlicher Arbeit darstellt. Infolge dessen wurde die Arbeit von Masters u. Johnson (1970) auch von Sexualwissenschaftlern anhand von Human Sexual Inadequacy beurteilt, obwohl die Autoren darauf hinweisen, daß sie in diesem Werk lediglich allgemeine Richtlinien und Übungen der Therapie und nicht die Therapie an sich darstellen. Masters und Johnson sind sich darüber bewußt, daß fälschlicherweise weithin angenommen wird, daß die Übungen die Therapie sind.

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