In this webinar, we share how to work with Sex Addiction as a connective disorder. Listen to the overview of what early, middle, and late recovery looks like for both partners and addicts, with a focus on helping promote individual and relational recovery at the same time. We also provide a common language for both partners so that they can more quickly connect and build a recovery that can also help to recover the relationship. After the overview of their program, they share a few specific interventions related to early recovery.
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Here are our slides from yesterday’s presentation at the 2019 DFW Behavioral Health Symposium. I loved getting a chance to present! You guys were a great audience and your questions added to the presentation. As always, please let us know if you have any questions or if there’s anything we can help with!
Identifying and Treating Sex/Love Addicts and Partners, Individually and Relationally (90-Minute Education Session) Laney E. Knowlton, Mark H. Bird
Sex and love addictions will be presented on a continuum of symptomology to give counselors a more complete understanding of these addictions and to increase their ability to identify clients, both male and female, who may be struggling with these issues. The presenters will address treatment for both addicts and their partners from the approach of a connective disorder, incorporating attachment and trauma issues. Tools that integrate the individual recovery of both addict and partner with their relational recovery will be explained.