Sex Addiction and Intimacy Disorders
Our clients participate in multiple forms of therapy throughout treatment, including process groups, family therapy, and individual sessions to better address and understand their sex and love addiction. Clients meet with their primary therapist at least once a week to get the individualized attention they need to facilitate their relationship and sexual recovery.
Our inpatient treatment program for sex and love addiction helps clients remove themselves from the stressors of day-to-day life, focus fully on their recovery and explore their sex and intimacy issues in a supportive and compassionate environment.
Our outpatient program helps clients slowly integrate back into their lives and simultaneously enjoy the support of their treatment team and recovery community. This extended therapeutic support helps clients better transition back into their jobs, families and relationships while processing the triggers that may arise in early recovery.
Recovery from sex and intimacy disorders doesn’t end with treatment. Following treatment, clients are encouraged to continue participating in their recovery through our continued recovery program, which includes additional group, family and individual therapy sessions to continue the healing process. This continued support is extremely beneficial in helping clients avoid relapsing into old behaviors as they build a solid foundation for their recovery.
Therapies Commonly Used
Meet regularly with an individual therapist to address underlying behavioral and emotional issues.
Bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements, is used to help clients process unresolved trauma.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Explore the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviors and gain control over emotions and actions.
Bond with horses and learn valuable lessons about respect, empathy and communication.
Learn to stay in the present moment, cope with stress and manage difficult feelings.
Explore family issues, roles and relationships and set boundaries with loved ones.