Incest and Sexuality
Incest and Sexuality
Author: Wendy Maltz & Beverly Holman
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This book has been written for survivors of incest who want to explore both how the sexual abuse may have affected their sexuality and what they can do about it. Intimate partners of survivors and therapists who have clients who are survivors may also find this book useful in developing a supportive and understanding approach to sexual concerns. Special sections have been written with partners and therapists in mind.  (235 pp.)

Wendy Maltz LCSW, DST, is an internationally recognized sex therapist, author, and speaker, with more than thirty-five years of experience treating sex and intimacy concerns. Her popular educational website, www.HealthySex.com, provides free articles, podcast interviews, posters, couples sexual healing videos, and more to help people recover from sexual abuse, overcome sexual problems, and develop skills for love-based sexual intimacy.

Reviews

"Incest and Sexuality helps us honor skills we developed to endure abuse so that we can transcend the fear of experiencing our sexual selves. It is gentle in guiding us through the vulnerable terrain of feeling the warmth and intensity of sexual energy, free from abuse. This book validates our experiences, addresses our concerns, and respects our process of recovery. It is a valuable tool which enhances our strengths as we struggle to heal ourselves and improve our relationships."

-Valeri Heller, National President
VOICES in Action

"This book is a splendid resource for both lay persons and professionals; it provides practical self-help information for adult survivors of child sexual abuse and valuable insights for their clinicians. It is an excellent addition to the sparse literature in this field."

-Suzanne Sgroi MD
author Vulnerable Populations

"This book provides survivors of child sexual abuse with concrete help regarding their feelings, thoughts, and behaviors about their own sexuality. Survivors are encouraged to view their abuse and their reactions as adaptive, rather than maladaptive. 
The book is clear, well-organized, and well-written. It fills the gap for in-depth information about the impact of childhood sexual trauma on the adult survivor's sexuality. It will serve as a valuable resource to both clinician and survivor."

-Dr. Eliana Gil
author, Outgrowing the Pain


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