Trauma and Sexuality : The Effects of Childhood Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Abuse on Sexual Identity and Behavior

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Trauma and Sexuality : The Effects of Childhood Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Abuse on Sexual Identity and Behavior

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Examine the effects of childhood trauma on sexual orientation and behavior!

This pioneering book examines the effects of childhood traumaincluding sexual abuseon sexual orientation and behavior. It will help you expand your sensitivity and expertise in a critically important way: by providing a nonjudgmental look at the profound effects of long-standing early abuse on the sexual identities, orientation, behaviors, and fantasies of the people who come to you for help.

From the editors: In the modern era of trauma studies, clinicians and researchers have been treating and investigating the effects of traumaincluding the sexual abuse of childrenfor more than two decades. And yet, we know far more about sequelae such as post-traumatic and dissociative symptoms, disrupted attachment, addictions, eating disorders, and somatoform symptoms than we do about the effects of trauma on sexual behavior. With the exception of a relatively few articles in the scientific literature (many of which were written by the authors in this collection), little has been published about the sexual effects of sexual abuse and other childhood maltreatment.

Why have we neglected this obvious and important area? Perhaps the reason can be simply attributed to our Victorian legacy of reluctance to openly discuss sexuality. Or, perhaps the reason may be related to some of the expressions of sexuality that are sometimes seen in persons with childhood trauma. At times, expressions such as sexual addiction, homosexuality, sadomasochistic behavior, and prostitution have been classified as deviant. This may have contributed to our reluctance to discuss them openly. Or, perhaps the reason is that we collectively wish to deny the effects of abuse on one of the core aspects of ourselvesto deny that early traumatic events forever change the sexual lives of persons in such an intimate and profound way.

The contributors to this well-referenced book combine their insight and expertise to address sensitive areas, including:

the concepts of femininity and masculinityand how these personality styles are direct and indirect outcomes of trauma and reflective of dissociation
treatment approaches for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered trauma survivors
the need to address sexuality in treatmentand to always keep in mind that there are many different healthy expressions of sexuality and gender
the relationship of dissociation to sexual addiction/compulsivity in survivors of childhood sexual abuse
sexual behavior problems in children who have been abused, including sexually reactive behaviors, extensive but mutual sexual behaviors, and children who molestessential reading for anyone who doesn't want to see abused children mislabeled as sexual offenders!
hyposexuality and hypersexuality as a result of childhood trauma
the relationship between trauma history, trauma-related symptoms, and sexual risk behaviors that can lead to infection by HIV or other STDs as well as unplanned pregnancy

Table of Contents

Introduction: Trauma and Sexuality: The Effects    1  (5)
of Childhood Sexual, Physical, and Emotional
Abuse on Adult Sexual Identity and Behavior
James A. Chu
Elizabeth S. Bowman
``Good Girls,'' Sexy ``Bad Girls,'' and 5 (28)
Warriors: The Role of Trauma and
Dissociation in the Creation and
Reproduction of Gender
Elizabeth F. Howell
Informed and Supportive Treatment for 33 (26)
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered
Trauma Survivors
Margo Rivera
Dissociation and Sexual 59 (24)
Addiction/Compulsivity: A Contextual
Approach to Conceptualization and Treatment
Steven N. Gold
Robert E. Seifer
Some Considerations About Sexual Abuse and 83 (24)
Children with Sexual Behavior Problems
Toni Cavanagh Johnson
Hyposexuality and Hypersexuality Secondary 107(14)
to Childhood Trauma and Dissociation
Mark F. Schwartz
Lori Galperin
Traumatic Experiences: Harbinger of Risk 121(16)
Behavior Among HIV-Positive Adults
Cheryl Gore-Felton
Cheryl Koopman
Sexual Orientation Conflict in the 137(10)
Dissociative Disorders
Colin A. Ross
Index 147


Reading the River: The State of the Art of 1 (8)

Real-Time Virtual Reference

Jennifer Heise

Stacey Kijnmel

The Librarian Has Left the Building-But To 9 (10)


Anne Grodzins Lipow

Chat Is Now: Administrative Issues 19 (8)

Belinda Barr

Jerome Conley

Joanne Goode

Live Reference Chat from a Customer Service 27 (6)


Edana McCaffery Cichanowicz

Staffing a Real-Time Reference Service: The 33 (16)

University of Florida Experience

Jana Smith Ronan

Q and A NJ: Service Design and Impact 49 (22)

Marianne F. Sweet

David M. Lisa

Dale E. Colston

From AskWendt Live to QuestionPoint  A 71 (24)

Chronology of the Development of a Persistently

Virtual Reference Product and Service

John Wanserski

Managing an Established Virtual Reference 95 (12)


Karen Ciccone

Amy VanScoy

Florida Libraries Go Live: A Look at Chat 107(10)

Reference Services

Gloria Colvin

Live Reference in an Academic Health Sciences 117(10)

Library: The Q and A NJ Experience at the

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New

Jersey Health Sciences Library at Stratford

Cynthia S. McClellan

Ask a Librarian Virtual Reference Services at 127(10)

the Boeing Library

Julie Martin

Managing Data Collection for Real-Time 137(12)

Reference: Lessons from the AskERIC LIVE!


Yvonne Belanger

R. David Lankes

Pauline Lynch Shostack

Exploring the Synchronous Digital Reference 149(18)

Interaction for Query Types, Question

Negotiation, and Patron Response

Matthew R. Mersteller

Danianne Mizzy

Site Search and Instant Messaging Reference: A 167(16)

Comparative Study

Jody Condit Fagan

Christina Desai

Index 183