Sex addiction counselling helps individuals to break free from problematic sexual behaviours and sexual addiction and learn how to become a healthy sexual individual. Counselling is confidential, non-judgmental and recovery based using specifically addiction counselling and the Stages of Change Model. There is a strong focus on recovery, health, well-being and healing relationships. Unhealthy sexual behaviours often developed over long periods of time, can have a deep impact on many aspects of life. Sex addiction which primarily effects men may include compulsive and impulsive sexual behaviours, pornography, online content, dangerous sexual practices, health problems, infidelity, lusting, fantasy and a general preoccupation with sex. Recovery from sexual addiction often requires personal therapy, group support and relationship counselling for an extended period of time. Individuals may also consider residential addiction treatment or intensive recovery courses for sexual addiction.
Orlagh provides private one to one addiction counselling to individuals and couples for sexual addiction and related problems. I recommend that you bring your partner or spouse to the first appointment so that both individuals gain an understanding of the recovery process and are given time to express the impact on their life and the relationship. It is important that for individuals coming for counselling for sexual addiction that their partners are aware they are commencing a recovery process and seeking out counselling.
Sexual addiction counselling is a specialist type of counselling which requires additional related professional training.
Sex addiction counselling, sexual recovery, pornography addiction counselling, individual one to one counselling, couples counselling.
Sex addiction appointments can be booked online for 60, 90 and 120 minutes.
There are many resources, books, support groups, apps, online information, therapists and supports for people who want to recover from sexual addiction and problematic sexual behaviours. You can find out more about these supports and resources in your counselling sessions.
You can find more articles and information about sexual addiction and recovery at my Therapy Blog here.