Über den Autor
Jennifer Hillman, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University. She has received specialized training in both geropsychology and neuropsychology, and has worked extensively with older adults in a variety of contexts, including outpatient treatment centers, day treatment centers, inpatient units, community-based educational programs, and nursing homes. She has published numerous articles and books on various aspects of sexuality and aging, and was awarded Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America for her outstanding contributions to the field. Hillman also received a Penn State University Teaching Fellow Award. She teaches courses in clinical psychology and aging.
An Introduction including Media, Boomer, and Cross-Cultural Perspectives.- Knowledge of Sexuality and Aging.- Attitudes toward Sexuality and Aging.- Sexuality in Long Term Care.- Coping with Chronic Illness and Disability.- HIV/AIDS and Other STDs among Adults over 50.- Women's Issues in Sexuality and Aging.- Men's Issues in Sexuality and Aging.- Sexuality and Aging with LGBT Populations.- Emergent Issues in Sexuality and Aging.
Multi-faceted presentation of treatment recommendations Contains detailed clinical case studies and vignettes Highlights diversity within the context of sexuality and aging Includes gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals Sexuality within nursing homes and other settings Unique in its multifaceted approach, with equal emphasis upon coping with pathology