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Sex After Sexual Abuse Video

Sexual abuse video interview with sex therapist, Wendy Maltz, on sexual problems facing sexual abuse survivors, plus healing techniques.

As a survivor of incest, rape, or other form of sexual abuse, having sex can be challenging. Avoiding sex, having trouble being emotionally present in sex, engaging in compulsive or inappropriate sex, negative reactions to touch, unwanted sexual fantasies, and being troubled with sexual functioning difficulties, are common consequences after being a victim of sexual abuse. Licensed sex therapist, Wendy Maltz, talks about sexual difficulties after being sexually abused and provides some healing techniques.

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We invite you to call our number at 1-888-883-8045 and share your experience in dealing with having sex after being sexually abused. What impact did it have on your sex life? Ho do you cope with the sexual consequences?

About Wendy Maltz, Our Guest on the "Sex After Sexual Abuse" Video

Wendy Maltz

Wendy Maltz, LCSW, DST is a licensed sex therapist, lecturer and author of The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse. Ms. Maltz  is also an expert on healing from sexual abuse on sexuality, recovering from porn addiction, understanding sexual fantasies, and developing skills for healthy sexuality.

Visit Wendy Maltz's site here: www.HealthySex.com

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Last Updated: 29 June 2015
Reviewed by Harry Croft, MD

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