• Sex and porn addiction is a treatable problem, with its roots in childhood trauma. It left untreated, these roots are the primary drivers of persistent relapsing, ongoing attachment issues, and a lack of fulfillment in sexual sobriety
• It is a comprehensive issue, adversely affecting every aspect of the addict’s life. It also negatively impacts the sex addict’s family and friends, his or her employer, and the community at large.
• While achieving sexual sobriety is an essential component of recovery, longer-term treatment must address the underlying issues of abuse and neglect if a lasting and transformative recovery is to be achieved...
• Both individual and group therapy are the recommended treatment modalities.
•. Experiential and expressive therapies such as psychodrama, art therapy, and EMDR, are especially appropriate for the trauma healing that is so central to sexual addiction recovery.
•. Participation in a 12-Step program for sexual recovery is also highly recommended.
• The partner and family of the sex addict are equally in need of specialized treatment, which gives the couple and the family the greatest chance to remain intact. Although remaining in relationship with the sex addict may not initially seem like a desirable option, participation in a recovery process by all concerned often brings about a different point of view and new possibilities..
• Teletherapy (nation-wide and international)
• Individual psychotherapy
• Group psychotherapy: 6-week beginners’ psychoeducational groups (The Mosaic of Sexual Addiction) and ongoing psychotherapy groups for individuals in all stages of
• Couples and marital therapy
• Family therapy
•. Betrayal Trauma groups
• Intensive Outpatient Treatment: 5-Day and 10-Day in-person Intensives
•. Weekend workshops
• Art therapy workshops
• Codependency recovery groups
• Evaluation and Assessment
• Consultation to business and industry on issues of sexual harassment
•. Onsite and online sex and porn addiction trainings
•. Individual and group supervision
• Crisis intervention
• Continuity of Care
•. Referrals for long-term, inpatient treatment
•. Consultation with referring therapists
•. Participation in a 12-Step program for sexual recovery is also highly recommended and supported.