In ‘Sexual Surrogate Partner Therapy’, David Brown demystifies the conjecture and controversy of Surrogate Partner Therapy, which is an effective way to resolve psychogenic sexual problems and dysfunctions – even the otherwise ‘untreatable’ conditions created by fear of intimacy, performance anxiety and sexual insecurities and phobias.

‘Sexual Surrogate Partner Therapy’ is honest and genuine – clearly aimed not just to inform but to inspire – and it succeeds through the sensitivity of the words written and the subject discussed, which embraces rather than confuses those reading it. In short, the book unpatronisingly treats the reader as an adult, in what is after all an adult subject to discuss.