Learning about Sexual Addiction: Theory and Intervention

By Andreas G. Philaretou.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This study investigates the micro social-psychological origins and variants of sexual addiction for men who have been heavily influenced by the prescriptions and proscriptions of the patriarchal masculine scriptings.

Keywords: Case Study, Sexual Addiction, Ethnography, Intimacy, Well Being, Masculinity

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 5, pp.85-92. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 823.740KB).

Dr. Andreas G. Philaretou

Andreas G. Philaretou, Ph.D., PMCMFT, CFLE, author and lecturer, is currently an associate professor of Psychology in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences at Cyprus College. Dr. Philaretou, a qualitative methodologist, has taught various social psychology,psychology, and sociology courses throughout his academic career. His research and teaching interests revolve mainly around topics of social psychological significance, specifically gender and sexuality, male psychosexual well being, atypical sexual variations, sexualized work environments, and international sex trafficking networks all examined within the historical, social, and cultural perspectives. He is the author of two recently published books on masculinity and male sexuality and atypical sexual behaviors.

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