arious presentations of the therapeutic context and perspectives in the area of
arious presentations of the therapeutic context and perspectives in the area of assessment. The DSM-5 has been traditionally used to assess sexual problems resulting from medical, emotional, and even relational factors. Reference Baggett, L. R., Eisen, E., Gonzalez-Rivas, S., Olson, L. A., Cameron, R. P., & Mona, L. R. (2017). Sex-positive assessment and treatment among female trauma survivors. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 73(8), 965–974. Marcovic, D. (2013). Multidimensional psychosexual therapy: A model of integration between sexology and systemic therapy. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 28(4), 311–323. Question to be answered below in a discussion format As a systemic therapist, what is your understanding about how the individual pathology approach of the DSM-5 conceptualizes relational sexual problems? Which aspects of the traditional (pathological) approach might tend to marginalize or discount client perspectives? From a systemic perspective, what thoughts regarding assessment stand out for you as the most significant

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