Masters & Johnson Create Surrogate Partner Therapy

American sex researchers William Howell Masters and Virginia Eshelman Johnson invented surrogate partner therapy in St. Louis, MO, USA. The therapeutic practice relieved sexual dysfunction by employing women to substitute for the sexual partner of male clients.

Date:
      1966
Name(s):
      William Howell Masters, Virginia Eshelman Johnson
Occupation:
      sex researchers
Location:
      St. Louis, MO, USA

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