'To try and find out what is being done to whom, by whom and with what results': the creation of psychosexual counselling policy in England, 1972-1979.

Although neglected in recent sexual health policy, psychosexual services were briefly during the 1970s the focus of a reluctant policy initiative by the Department of Health and Social Security. In part, a response to the (ultimately short-lived) optimism generated by the emergence of sex therapy, this policy initiative was also precipitated by the transfer… CONTINUE READING