Those of us who treat problematic or compulsive sexual behavior still hear from colleagues that they do not believe that sex addiction is real.
Therapists, myself included, are worried about kids being exposed to pornography at an early age or are learning about sex from porn.
The horrific mass shooting in Georgia is the media’s insistence that sex addiction isn’t real; in reality, what’s needed is more sex addiction research.
How do we, as therapists, determine whether a pornography problem is erotic conflict or an addiction? A discussion on the nuances.
For more than a week, I’ve been considering whether to write about the new feature of first person sex with a prostitute in Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5). I feel that seeing this through the lens of a therapist that works with child pornography offenders allows me unique insight.
I had another plan for my second blog post but was alerted to the publication of the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Mental Health findings by a client. I found this a timely publication to comment on as, in private practice, I am faced this week with trying to find a way […]