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Personnel from a variety of professional backgrounds meeting in a weekly group have been trained to carry out effective treatment of patients with psychosexual problems. The skills necessary in this type of work and the training method are described. Assessment of outcome for forty consecutive couples treated by trainees revealed significant improvement in 70%. The advantages and disadvantages of this type of training are discussed. 1980 Blackwell Publishing

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Journal article


Medical Education

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214 - 218