sex therapy, same-sex couples, LGBT couples, sexual dysfunctions, SAAM, Sexual Attentiveness & Accountability Model, sexual shame
Same-sex couples are an increasingly prominent part of the United States committed couple population. Despite this, little research has been done on how to treat sexual concerns within same-sex couple relationships. As a result, therapists treating such presenting problems are often left unsure of best practices. The purpose of this study is to review the existing limited literature as it relates to knowledge therapists must have and things they should do in treatment. The study also presents a case study demonstrating the use of these practices and the Sexual Attentiveness & Accountability Model (SAAM) with a gay male couple.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Osmond, Kensington; Fitzgerald, Erin; and Hughes, Anthony, "Sex Therapy for Same-Sex Couples" (2020). Student Works. 305.
Class Project or Paper
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Marriage and Family Therapy 645
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