Spouses and Partners Group

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The Sexual Recovery Institute offers all partners and spouses of sexual addicts and sexual offenders weekly, low-cost services providing both education and support.

Education Group

The Spouse/Partner Education Group and Support Group is a therapeutic group with psychoeducation and sharing, aimed at helping spouses and partners manage the trauma of being in a relationship with a sex addict.  Participants have the opportunity to share their feelings and gain validation and support from others experiencing similar problems in a safe, confidential setting.  You do not have to be currently involved with a sex addict nor does the addict have to be in treatment or recovery themselves for you to join us.

Topics Include:

Upcoming Two-Week Intensives

  • Oct6 - Oct17
  • Oct27 - Nov7
  • Nov10 - Nov21
  • Dec1 - Dec12

Evening Intensives
for Addicts

 

TUE 6:30PM - 9:00PM

THURS 6:30PM - 9:00PM

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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