Male and female sexual dysfunctions: Results of four years of clinical activty

Prof. Simonelli Chiara

The main purpose of this study is to examine the requests presented by a sample of patients in an institute of clinical sexology in Rome. This study analyses the clinical reports of 380 patients, 184 women and 196 men, ages 17-70 years (mean=34.99; SD=10.767), attending the institute between 2004 and 2008. The sample was divided into groups, males and females who required consultation for themselves and subjects who asked for a couple’s consultation. The valuation methods to classify sexual dysfunctions are referred to DSM-IV-TR. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze data.

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: None
Recorded at 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health - Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25, 2009

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Prof. Simonelli Chiara

"Chiara Simonelli is an associate professor in clinical sexology at La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy. She is a regular lecturer in the psychology and psychopathology of sexual behavior and also teaches the degree course in psychology.
Professor Simonelli graduated in 1975 in psychology and psychotherapy and from 1976 - 87 she was a consultant in sexual dysfunction, vasectomy, assisted conception and sexual education in the schools within the Aied (Italian Association for Demographic Education) in Rome. Professor Simonelli is a founding member and the President of the SISS (Italian  Society of Scientific Sexology) and from 1986-87 she was part of a multi-disciplinary group researching the psychological problems in AIDS sufferers.
Professor Simonelli has acted as a consultant for the television programme ‘Love and Sex: Instructions for use?’ and received the Culture Prize in 1989 for her book ‘Psychology and AIDS’. Professor Simonelli is the author of a variety of scientific publications and around 200 theoretical or experimental working papers, she is also the Vice President of FISS (Italian Federation of Scientific Sexology), a Member of the Advisory Board of WAS (World Association of Sexology) of the Executive Committee of EFS (European Federation of Sexology) and of IASR (International Academy of Sex Research)".

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