Certified Non-Violent Offender Treatment

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Sexual Offending Behavior Recovery (SOBR) Program

SOBR is an outpatient psychotherapy and social rehabilitation program for men who have been involved in non-violent sexual offenses. Treatment at the Sexual Recovery Institute (SRI) targets not only the individual’s overall psychosocial functioning and sexual health, but also addresses relapse prevention and community safety.

SRI accepts most non-violent offenders into our program following an extensive phone screening and initial assessment. The length and design of the treatment process is based on each individual client’s needs and can range from nine months to two years. Treatment involves a highly structured, cognitive behavioral approach, using both individual and group therapies. We provide offender treatment to self-referred and court-mandated clients, both pre- and post-adjudication.

CASOMB-Certified

The SOBR program is fully certified by the California State Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) to treat non-violent offenders with a compulsive pattern of behavior. Our clinical director is also a CASOMB-certified practitioner. Certification is one way we demonstrate our specialized training and experience working with men exhibiting sexual offending behaviors.

Treatment Services

The SOBR program requires clients to gain insight into themselves by fully identifying and owning the triggers and patterns that led to their offending. Clients are asked to make related lifestyle changes, evolve victim empathy and commit to carefully designed, monitored and highly detailed treatment and relapse prevention plans.

Treatment Goals

What We Treat

The SOBR program is designed for clients with the following nonviolent offending behaviors:

SOBR clients are considered for treatment on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us for further information or assessment.

 

Upcoming Two-Week Intensives

  • March 2 - March 13
  • March 16 - March 27
  • March 30 - April 10
  • April 13 - April 24
  • April 27 - May 8
  • May 11 - May 22
  • June 1 - June 12
  • June 15 - June 26
  • June 29 - July 10
  • July 13 - July 24
  • July 27 - August 7
  • August 10 - August 21
  • August 24 - September 4
  • September 14 - September 25
  • September 28 - October 9
  • October 12 - October 23
  • October 26 - November 6
  • November 9 - November 20
  • November 30 - December 11

Evening Intensives
for Addicts

 

Tuesday 6:30 to 9 pm, Thursday 6:30 to 9 pm and Saturday 9 am to noon

Online Treatment of Sexual Addiction
Some facilities, including SRI, offer online services for sexual addiction treatment patients and partners on the phone or via webcam. Nearly all of the 12-Step sexual addiction programs also provide online support group meetings and weekly sexual recovery chats.
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