September 14, 2017
Mark Bell, SASH, sex addiction, recovery

Recovery: The Air We Breathe

Are You Doing Whatever it Takes to Recover?   During my 8½ year tenure at PCS (Psychological Counseling Services, Ltd) I sat in many sessions during […]
September 13, 2017


Denial or Betrayal Blindness? The impact to attachment Many betrayed partners enter therapy in a state of shock and disbelief, reeling from the discovery of their […]
May 29, 2017
Bill Stoner, SASH, journaling, sex addiction

Journaling: A Routine for Self Reflection

For those in recovery, journaling may be a common practice. It is the process of recording your thoughts on a regular basis. The value in doing […]
May 18, 2017
Mark Drax, SASH, sex addiction, coaching, recovery coaching

‘Recovery Coach’: A member of the ‘Recovery Team’

Imagine the following scenario: your work life has been growing in complexity for several years and what started as occasional viewing of pornography to ‘ease that […]
May 17, 2017
Roger Schulman, SASH, coaching, sex addiction, safety

Area of Refuge: Finding Safety in Any Situation

It was my first meeting of a men’s society of addiction treatment specialists, and my nervousness made me arrive early. Anxious questions ran the hamster wheel […]
May 12, 2017
Rob Weiss, SASH, sex addiction, porn

Sex Addiction: The Name Game

 Sex Addiction? There is a lot of debate about sexual addiction, with some therapists actually calling it a myth. I would suggest that these clinicians have […]
May 3, 2017
risky business, mental health month, sex addiction

Risky Business in May

Sexual Health in a Risky World Avoiding #RiskyBusiness during Mental Health Month. In today’s world, sex addiction has become a term that is often seen in […]
May 2, 2017
Culture Reframed, Liz Walker, SASH, sex addiction, porn

Critical Porn Analysis versus Porn Literacy

 Young People Need Critical Porn Analysis; ‘Porn Literacy’ Is Not Enough   A new conversation is happening in educational circles, with many speaking up about the […]