Dr. Md Monoarul Haque was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He qualified in Bachelor of Physiotherapy 2004 with excellent marks. In 2012 he passed MPhil in Public Health from Bangladesh Institute of Health Sciences, under Faculty of Preventive & Social Medicine, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University colloraboration with University of Oslo, Norway with remarkable marks. Presently he is doing his PhD under Faculty of Medical Studies in Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP). He got NOMA Grant from University of Oslo, Norway for research. Besides he got one year teaching & research fellowship Funded by USAID Developing Next Generation of Public Health Experts Project (NGPHEP). He is a member of Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research. He has number of publications in International Open Access peer reviewed index journals. As a young scientist he is expert on editorial writing also and already lot of editorial has been published. Previously he worked as teaching & research fellow in Faculty of Public Health, Bangladesh University of Health Sciences (BUHS). At present he is working as a director, research in Bangladesh Stroke Association (BSA) affiliated with World Stroke Organization (WSO).
Risk factors of stroke, Rehabilitation, Disability
Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh
Mr. Robert Hudson is the founder and Clinical Director of The Hudson Centre for Psychotherapy and Recovery. He is a UKCP psychotherapist, a sexual & relationship therapist, who has worked with children who have experienced sexual abuse and adults with mental health problems. He also has experience working in the field of compulsive sexual behaviour. He specialises in issues of attachment and intimacy, complex traumatic stress and sexual addiction/compulsivity, issues that are often rooted in unresolved childhood trauma. He treats individuals, partners, couples, and families whose lives have been impacted by these behaviours. He is a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy (COSRT) and a member of the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM). He is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist and Supervisor CSAT-S and a member of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Robert has undertaken and recently submitted his doctoral research DPsych studies.
This chapter will examine the existing literature regarding the impact of sexual addiction and compulsive (SA&C) sexual behaviour on the couple relationship. As referenced in the introduction, the term ‘couple’ refers to two people who have a romantic or sexual relationship. This definition may include a wife and husband, boyfriend and girlfriend or a same sex couple, to name a few examples. This literature review will first aim to provide the reader with some context by defining the key operational and definitional terms for sex addiction, compulsive sexual behaviour and hypersexual disorder. This definition will extend to examining relational betrayal (infidelity) in the context of the couple relationship. Secondly it will outline a range of therapeutic perspectives that attempt to explain the influence of addiction on the couple relationship. These are, namely: (a) psychoanalytic and psychodynamic (b) systemic (c) cognitive-behavioural (d) and existential perspectives. The final part of this section will review literature relating to theories of trauma, posttraumatic stress and neuroscience and dopamine dysregulation in addition to more recent literature on attachment and shame. Consideration will be given to a range of diverse sexualities. Contemporary research that is focused away from the traditional medical model of mental distress and instead includes a renewed focus on developments in positive psychology such as the links between trauma and posttraumatic growth will also be elucidated. The review will conclude with a consideration of some of the limitations and gaps in the literature. It will cover a period stretching back from the present day until approximately 25 years ago because there was little, if any, literature on the subject before then.
The Hudson Centre for Psychotherapy & Recovery, UK
Mr. Salahuddin has completed his bachelor degree in Pharmacy from Osmania University, India and subsequently earned a Master's degree in Pharmacology from Aston University, United Kingdom where he garnered expertise on electrophysiological studies on neurons and recording field potentials. During his last tenure which spanned 6 years at Mizan-Tepi university, he acquired intramural funding to conduct quantitative clinical research involving patients, students and community dwelling adults. Now as PhD student at University of Mississippi he responsible in the examination of psychostimulant abuse and sex steroids in various affective and neurocognitive disorders in HIV-1 Tat transgenic mice via experiments utilizing humans and animal models. Through his work he strives to develop novel therapeutic agents which can ameliorate HIV-1 mediated Tat-neurotoxicity.
Dr. Boshra Ismail Ahmed Arnout is a Professor of Counseling and psychotherapy, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Education, King Khalid University, and Psychology Department, Faculty of Arts, Zagazig University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, a member of the American Psychological Counseling Association, a member of the Advisory Board of a number of journals and counseling centers, and a member of several Arab and international journals. She has a number of published books in psychology such as psychological measurement, stress of life, mental disorders of children, readings in modern psychology, spiritual intelligence and counseling and psychotherapy etc. Also has approximately 50 published psychological scales. She also has about forty scientific studies in the field of psychology published in scientific journals. She also supervised and discussed a number of thesis for the master's and doctoral degrees.
Counseling and Psychotherapy, Personality, Clinical Psychology, Psychological Measurement, Applied Psychology, Positive Psychology and its applications in Counseling and Psychotherapy, Psychological Statistics, Social Psychology, Cyber Psychology, Problems and Mental Disorders in different stages of growth.
Dr. Mhamed BENGHARBI a bachelor degree in Psychology and a Masters on Work and Organizational Psychology.
He is a Graduate Student in Work Psychology and Ergonomics. As a researcher at the University of Oran2 (Algeria), he currently works in the department of psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tlemcen. He is also a member in Laboratory of Ergonomics and Risk Prevention at the university of Oran2. Med is currently interested in the research of Health Psychology, ergonomics & human factors, cognitive ergonomics, and Cognitive psychology, risk assessment. The latest publication is 'Burning and Electrocution Risk’s Evaluation and Prevention Procedures: A Case Study in a Production Work Shop'.
Health Psychology, Ergonomics & Human Factors, Cognitive Ergonomics, Cognitive Psychology, Risk Assessment.
Dr. Ernesto Alberto Rendon Ochoa is a biologist with a Master and PhD degree in biochemistry. Ernesto Alberto Rendon Ochoa is currently working in psychopharmacology and electrophysiology laboratories and teaching pharmacology and neuroscience in surgeon career.
Electrophysilogy, Biochemistry, Behavioral Neuroscience, Cellular and Molecular Neurosciences
Dr. Oveis Hosseinzadeh Sahafi holds a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology (Graduate school of medicine, Medical researcher graduate degree & a Master of Science (Animal biology). He is a publisher, medical researcher, and research assistant, & has authored many academic manuscripts. Dr. Hosseinzadeh has contributed to many research and reviews articles in the field of neurophysiology, neuropathophysiology, and cognitive neuroscience. He currently teaches coursework at the undergraduate, graduate, EdD, and Ph.D. levels in the College of Education.
Dr. Hosseinzadeh’s research interests include adult neurogenesis, mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, Learning and memory, Endocannabinoids, Addiction, and anxiety.