In this essential three-part guide, the leading sex therapist Carol Martin-Sperry draws upon three decades of experience as one of the UK’s leading counselors to examine the most common issues of sexual development.
In a clear, insightful and helpful way, she combines psychological insight and practical advice to show couples how to have better sex – and so how to have a better relationship.
Part One: Good Sex, Bad Sex, No Sex: A Beginner’s Guide:
The first book in the series looks at the how, what and why of sex, discusses the meaning of sex and what happens to your body before during and after sex as you grow from childhood to adulthood. It explores both male and female difficulties with sex, and illustrates each point with real-life stories and offers sex therapy exercises to restore a more fulfilling sexual relationship.
Part Two: Good Sex, Bad Sex, No Sex: Sex for Grown-ups:
The second book in the series is an exploration of sex through the life-cycle and covers the problems of mid-life and beyond, such as affairs, loss of desire and physical and psychological changes. These major milestones are illustrated with psychological insight and revealing stories. The healing power of sex therapy is described in some detail.
Part Three: Good Sex, Bad Sex, No Sex: Tales from the Sex Couch:
In the final part of the series, Carol Martin-Sperry draws on years of counseling experience to draw ten fascinating true stories that illustrate and explore the common and less common struggles with sexuality that many people try to deal with throughout their lives.
Carol Martin-Sperry is a couples and sex therapist, writer, broadcaster and media consultant. She is a Fellow of The British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy with over 25 years experience as a psychosexual therapist. She was profiled in the Guardian and listed in the Evening Standard’s top 20 therapists. Previously she worked for Club Med, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and as a literary French translator.
Carol is the author of “Couples and Sex”, a textbook for professionals.
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