Groups offer a space where encouragement, support, and growth take root. As a result, we often offer groups on a variety of topics that can be helpful for you.
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Women in a relationship with a man who struggles with sexually compulsive behavior can experience a wide range of emotions. Once the compulsive behavior is disclosed, many women describe a deep sense of pain over the loss of the life they thought they had with their partner. Often women report identity confusion, increase in medical problems, heightened anxiety, depression, difficulty setting boundaries, and a belief that there is no one who will understand their experience.
There is hope! If your life has been impacted by your partner’s sexual addiction, this might be the group for you. Through this group process, women can begin to make sense of their unique heartache and find their way to acceptance, healing, mutual understanding, and growth.
Focus of this group:
• Provide a safe place to express feelings in a shared experience
• Feel empowered to cope with the chaos that is associated with sexual addicts
• Develop a better understanding of boundaries and coping skills, while exploring other common relational struggles present in a relationship with a sexual addiction.
Anger is a normal emotion which can cause problems when it becomes too frequent or intense. Whether it is hurting relationships or affecting your work, learning to understand and control you anger is a step in the right direction. This is a supportive, non-judgmental and skill-building group focused on learning when anger is useful and when it is not. Understand how to communicate more effectively and be assertive with your needs. Learn to stop the surge of anger before it’s too late.
Group Objectives Include:
• Recognizing triggers and levels of anger
• Understanding the aggression cycle and its consequences
• Using coping skills to reduce escalation
• Learning to use the conflict resolution model
• Developing self-control over thoughts and actions
• Receiving support and feedback from others