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 […]
August 4, 2017
men, OCSB, SASH, Michael Crocker, sex addiction

Why are Men More Vulnerable to OCSB?

Male Vulnerability to Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior The majority of individuals who experience out of control sexual behavior are men.  Why?  This question is complex as is […]
June 16, 2017
Dr. Don Hilton, SASH, sex addiction, neuroscience

Correcting Misunderstandings About Neuroscience and Problematic Sexual Behaviors

Neuroscience and PSBs In recent years, neuroscience discoveries about the reward system and human sexuality have shed new light on both problematic and healthy sexual behavior. […]
May 30, 2017
Sharon Rinearson, SASH, CORE, sex addiction, therapy

Developing Client Resilience using Right Brain Creative Therapies

Be A Super Hero Creative therapies can nurture resilience in a client. When used to heal individuals it can be an impactful tool in moving clients […]
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 […]