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Premature Ejaculation (PE): Impact of PE & Treatment from a Sex Therapist Perspective

Georgina Whelan

We have experience a paradigm shift in how we conceptualise premature ejaculation. New subclassifications have been developed to include our understandings of the neurobiological/genetic, physiological & psychosocial aspects in addition to the psychological (Waldinger, 2008). 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Janssen-Cilag.
Recorded: Australian Center for Sexual Health, Sydney, Australia, June 2009

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Georgina Whelan

Georgina Whelan is a psychologist & sex therapist and associate member of the Australian Psychological Society.  She is a past executive committee member of the Australian Society of Sex Educators, Researchers and Therapists NSW (ASSERT NSW) 2005-2008 and a current executive for the NSW Sexual Health Society. Georgina works at the Australian Centre for Sexual Health and her areas of interest include male & female sexual dysfunction, gender, desire discrepancy, kink & fetishism, sexual identity, and sex workers and clients of the sex industry. She offers both individual and couple therapy.
Visit Georgina website at www.sexualpsychology.com.au

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