SATTI specializes in the treatment of the sexually compulsive employee. This is the individual who has lost control over his or her sexual behavior, including their porn consumption. The consequences of that loss of control on the employee’s job performance are wide ranging and, if left untreated, severe. They include
• diminished productivity (time lost to porn, fantasy, absenteeism, lateness, exhaustion, loss of respect)
• health and financial problems (STDs, unwanted pregnancies; acting-out expenses, loss of financial manageability)
• disruptions in social and family life (marital problems, neglect of family responsibilities, divorce),
• emotional problems (stress, depression, anxiety, shame)
• job loss
Sexual harassment also frequently has its roots in sexual compulsivity. When the message about appropriate behavior has been loud and clear, the problem isn’t a lack of awareness of the guidelines or even a lack of willingness to abide by them. Instead, it’s the employee’s inability to abide by them. This is the case with the sexually compulsive employee. Unless the sexual addiction is quickly and effectively addressed, the problem individual is at great risk for repetitively engaging in unwanted and hostile sexual conduct. The ultimate cost to the corporation, in both human and financial terms, can be staggering.
SATTI can help concerned employers identify these troubled individuals and help them to resolve the problem behaviors that are compromising their contributions to the workplace. In most cases, as treatment progesses, the valued employee will be able to safely return to the workplace. Retention of the employee then becomes possible.
We offer a full spectrum of therapeutic services and are flexible in our treatment planning in order to meet the specialized needs of the employer and the employee at all levels of corporate responsibility. SATTI’s seminars on the identification and prevention of compulsive sexual harassment behavior patterns are of particular interest to the corporate world. Our trainings are presented both on-site and through Zoom.