When a loved one is struggling with compulsive sexual behavior, often the trauma to the partner is overlooked. Join us for a group specifically designed to shed light on the impact of sexual addiction in an intimate relationship. In this group you will work through: -Coping with the trauma of discovery and disclosure -Managing the crisis -developing a plan for support and self-care -understanding the nature of addiction -dealing with the emotional aftershock -communicating effectively about the addiction -creating a recovery plan Ginny Mosby, LMFT, CSAT Candidate firstname.lastname@example.org 925-323-4724
East San Francisco Bay area
Updated January 30, 2017
Welcome to Life Recovery
We believe everyone can benefit from a Life Recovery experience. We all have struggles in life; struggles with addictions, food, depression, anxiety, and relationships to name a few. But we approach recovery from different angles. Some want a formal recovery meeting with a traditional recovery experience. Others want a recovery experience in a small informal group, or in an existing group they are already comfortable with at their church. And some may prefer learning about recovery at their own pace before jumping into a group or meeting experience. This is the beauty of Life Recovery. Unlike other Christian recovery approaches that mandate how and where their recovery ministry can be employed, Life Recovery brings Christian recovery to you – right where you’re at.