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Sex and Belonging

On the Psychology of Sexual Relationships

Tony Schneider

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Australian Academic Press
07 May 2019
In this stunning new work, Tony Schneider, a practising clinical psychologist for over 30 years, outlines a new model of psychological drives around sexual behaviour. He describes a dual biological and subjective, multiple-drive profile, that energises and directs individual sexual behaviour. The book takes a middle path between the determinist thinking that frequently underpins scientific psychological research, and the psychodynamic theory often used by clinicians.
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Imprint:   Australian Academic Press
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm, 
ISBN:   9781925644234
ISBN 10:   1925644235
Pages:   264
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Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Tony Schneider is a clinical psychologist who studied at the University of Western Australia and Murdoch University. After five years as a full-time academic in psychology at Murdoch University, Tony worked as an educational and developmental psychologist in childcare centres and in the private schools sector. He entered private practice in 1989 and has remained in full-time private practice since. Tony has maintained a consultancy for schools, but also branched out into trauma debriefing and consulting at a pain management clinic. For many years he also provided supervision in Murdoch University's Master's programs, both in clinical and educational psychology. Tony's work as a clinician in private practice exposed him to a range of common clinical and relational issues, including trauma, grief and depression, anxiety, addictions, chronic pain, and problems in sexual relating. He has published several academic articles and book chapters. In 2013 his first book The Brain, the Clinician, and I: Neuroscience findings and the subjective self in clinical practice was published by Routledge.

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