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Imagine a new client comes to you and discloses in the intake that he or she is part of the BDSM scene in your area. Can you please create a case scenario for this client? Note that BDSM interests do not necessarily mean that this client is coming to you due to problems related to such practices. Briefly point out four treatment suggestions for this individual.
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(1) Imagine a new client comes to you and discloses in the intake that he or she is part of the BDSM scene in your area. Can you please create a case scenario for this client?
BDSM is an acronym that stands for sexual behavior involving activities that include: (a) bondage, (b) dominating, (c) sadism and (d) masochism (Williams, 2012). A case scenario is described for Mr. D who presents in therapy as a result of his involvement in BSDM participation.
Mr. D. has anxiety and frustration over his desires to experience sexual pleasure from pain. He loves his wife and now feels guilty that he has been participating in BDSM for five years. He has intense sexual desires and fantasies concerning sex acts that he can not disclose to his wife fearing that she will reject him. ...
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