Objective: Maintain Sustainable Stabilized Behavior
Treatment Type: Group face to face or calls
Typical Frequency: Weekly
Approximate Duration: 6 consecutive weeks, 6-12 months
Sexual addiction is a complex addiction but there is hope! As a trained Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT®), I have completed training developed by Dr. Patrick Carnes which requires attendance at multiple training modules and supervision with a CSAT Supervisor. It also requires ongoing education so that CSATs are experts in providing sexual addiction therapy. It is a rigorous process designed to help me best help you.
Learn more about treatment for sex addiction including an initial (free) sexual addiction screening assessment, please visit www.sexhelp.com.
For the one with the problem behavior(s):
Individual therapy and confidential workshops will help you master core recovery tasks for achieving your treatment goals. This approach provides the structure to sobriety and a life free of shame and compulsion.
– Individual therapy and workshops available;
– Confidential options for clergy/helping professionals;
– Sequential, multi-dimensional tasks;
– Subsequent treatment options available (e.g., Marital & Couples Therapy, Couples Sexual Therapy).
For the partner and family:
Spouses and partners of individuals struggling with sexual addiction or pre-cursors of sexual addiction experience anger, shame, confusion and isolation. Hypervigilance, anxiety, and stress can follow the discovery of sexual & love addiction. Psychoeducation about the addiction and fine-tuned recovery tasks help the partner develop healthy coping strategies. This approach results in increased self-esteem and a healthy sense of control.
– Individual therapy, workshops or couple’s counseling available;
– Sequential, multi-dimensional treatment through a task-based approach.
Dr. Patrick Carnes’ validated Task Model to treat addictions serves as the treatment route for behavioral and process addictions.
If you are a partner, take the Partner Sexuality Survey.