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Is This The Right Group For You? 

About the Group

The goals of this group are to help participants maintain long-term sobriety; identify and resolve core root issues that lead to addiction; and to learn effective ways to support spouses/partners in their healing from betrayal trauma. 

Participants must be committed to recovery and willing to work on recovery material outside of group. 


Recovery from Sexual Addiction and Intimacy Anorexia

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  • Have you tried to stop your sexual acting out behaviors but struggled to maintain long-term sobriety?
  • Are you tired of living with guilt and shame?
  • Have your sexual acting out behaviors resulted in relationship, financial, health, legal or occupational crisis?
  • Do you struggle with emotional intimacy in your relationships?
  • Are you committed to a life without sexual addiction, but just need the right tools to achieve this goal?
  • Would you like to learn ways to help your partner heal from the trauma of betrayal?
  • Are you willing to do what it takes to end the destructive patterns of the addiction cycle?
  • Are you ready to stop being a slave to your addiction?
  • Are you open to learning new ways of coping with stressors, triggers, and life challenges. 
If you answered "Yes" to 2 or more of these questions, then this group may be a good fit for you. 
About the group Facilitator
This group is facilitated by Lorena Ripoll, a Certified Sex Recovery Therapist through the American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy and Executive Director of Life Change Therapy Now, LLC.  
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 Identify and change self-defeating behavioral patterns that keep you in the addictive cycle

 Learn from the experiences of others in the group who have had more time and experience in their recovery process
 Recognize the universality of the issues you face. YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
 Learn and develop healthy coping mechanisms to combat addiction
 Work on completing the 12-Steps with support from group members and therapist

 Better understand the effects of betrayal trauma and how you can support your partner in her healing process

 Enhance your communication

 Understand and identify your triggers
 Participate in group exercises and discussions that increase self-awareness, self-esteem, empathy, and emotional growth.


  Mondays: 5:00- 6:30 PM via Telehealth         

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