Series of eight videos covering topics that include sex through life; sexual orientation; transgender and gender identity; non-consensual sexuality; medical and clinical issues; paraphilias; religion; and the business of sex.
Series of seven videos covering topics that include human development; meeting, dating, and maintaining relationships; sexual orientation; non-consensual sexuality; medical issues; sexual dysfunction and therapy; and the business of sex.
Through podcasts and experiential exercises, this resource demonstrates clinical work around sexuality and intimacy with couples. Educational objectives include: Identify common blocks to eroticism including the fear of abandonment or entrapment, as well as how our emotional history shapes our erotic blueprint; describe three strategies to help couples cultivate eroticism and bring a greater sense of aliveness to their relationship.
This documentary introduces us to psychology. Discover in this video how the environment can change people. This is true with three different environmental factors. These environmental factors are the prenatal environment, the peer group, and cultural impact.
In this DVD, family counselor and sex therapist Twinet Parmer discusses the influence of culture on sexuality and explains how to approach issues of sexuality in a counseling session. The DVD presents a four-session sexuality counseling role play with a mixed-race couple.
We have different sexual needs... We are afraid to express our needs... We simply can't find time for each other. The real couples in Loving Sexuality reflect the very real issues that so many couples face after being together for months, years, or decades. In this new video, Pat Love, author of the bestselling Hot Monogamy, offers a slew of great ideas on how to reignite the sexual dimension of your relationship.
Some sexual concerns require the intervention of a medical or clinical professional. A clinical psychologist working with “sexual minorities” and a director of a treatment facility for court-ordered offenders each share their stories.
Explore new and challenging perspectives on: How to talk about sex with men; men’s “erotic blueprint;” distinguishing sexuality as a “place to go” from an activity “to do;” and helping men articulate their need for sexual intimacy.
This program illustrates some of the commercial, cultural, psychological, and sociological forces that have shaped sexual stereotypes in the media, such as demographic segmentation and the selling of gender, the myths of alluring femininity and rugged masculinity.
If the challenges and complexities of a transgendered lifestyle are hard for some people to identify with, firsthand accounts of those experiences may be the best means of creating more understanding. This program features real-world portraits of individuals from the transgendered community.
This program furnishes background on the issues of sexual expression, preference, and choice and sensitively identifies the characteristics of the sexually healthy adult. Topics under discussion include different types of relationships, factors that influence the formation and maintenance of relationships, and social and psychological perspectives on people as sexual beings.
This instructional video, from the 'Reaching Teens: Wisdom from Adolescent Medicine' series produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics, is a speech by adolescent medicine specialist Liana R. Clark about teaching teens that sexuality is much more than sex.