The Signs of Sexual Addiction
- A pattern of out-of-control behavior.
- Severe consequences due to sexual behavior.
- Inability to stop despite adverse consequences.
- Persistent pursuit of self-destructive or high-risk behavior.
- Ongoing desire or effort to limit sexual behavior.
- Sexual obsession and fantasy as a primary coping strategy.
- Increasing amounts of sexual experience because the current level of activity is no longer sufficient.
- Severe mood changes around sexual activity.
- Inordinate amounts of time spent in obtaining sex, being sexual or recovering from sexual experience.
- Neglect of important social, occupational, or recreational activities because of sexual behavior.
- Individual and group therapies
- Cognitive restructuring
- Twelve-step groups
- Family therapy
- Psychopharmacology as needed
- Long-term recovery planning
- Concurrent addictions group
- Reconditioning groups
The 5-Day Intensive Program
This 5 Day Intensive Program provides
education and insight into the principles of sexual addiction for men
and women struggling with recovery. This intensive program enables
people to understand the principles of recovery, initiate a long-term
recovery plan, and provide a format for living life with integrity,
sobriety and serenity. This program will also support participants in
continuing their recovery by designing a comprehensive continuing
recovery plan. Transition back into daily life will be facilitated by
working closely with community outpatient therapists and physicians.
The 5-Day Intensive Schedule
Monday March 15 - Friday March 19
Monday May 10 - Friday May 14
Monday July 12 - Friday July 16
For more information regarding the 5-Day Intensive dates, please contact us at 800-533-5266.
- Establish clear personal boundaries
- Uncover multigenerational patterns of dysfunction
- Elimination of denial systems
- Establish victim empathy and the non-objectification of others
- Family and victim restitution
- Develop honesty in order to counter deceitful behaviors
- Gain integrity and a true sense of self
John Sealy, MD - Medical Director