Stephen Levine from Case Western Reserve University: Overcoming Sexual Barriers in Relationships

Video

In these busy times there can be many things that can get in the way of a healthy relationship on a variety of levels. Identifying these barriers and knowing what to do about them can be very difficult issues to tackle for patients and providers alike.

In these busy times there can be many things that can get in the way of a healthy relationship on a variety of levels. Identifying these barriers and knowing what to do about them can be very difficult issues to tackle for patients and providers alike.

Stephen B. Levine, MD, from Case Western Reserve University discussed this topic during the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in Atlanta. Levine said that not only can life cause barriers in healthy relationships, but the barriers that people put up in relationships can have negative impacts in the relationship of a couple. He also divides the causes of the barriers into three groups which can help them to be addressed in order to rememdy the problems.

Related Videos
Insight on the Promising 52-Week KarXT Data with Rishi Kakar, MD
Sunny Rai, PhD: “I” Language Markers Do Not Detect Depression in Black Individuals
Rebecca A. Andrews, MD: Issues and Steps to Improve MDD Performance Measures
Addressing HS Risks at the Genetic Level, with Kai Li, BSc
A Voice Detecting Depression? Lindsey Venesky, PhD, Discusses New Data
Daniel Karlin, MD: FDA Grants Breakthrough Designation to MM120 for Anxiety
Maternal Hidradenitits Suppurativa Linked to Neonatal Mortality, Pediatric Hospitalization Risk
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.