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Sex Addiction Treatment Programmes

Life Works – the leading specialist in the treatment of sex addiction.

Sex AddictionSex addiction, much like any other addiction, is a disease. But it is not always glaringly obvious at first. As it progresses, sex addicts fall into patterns of destructive behaviour, causing harm not only to themselves but also to those around them.

Thoughts about sexual acts and behaviours, typically dominate a sex addict's thinking, making it difficult to perform daily tasks and to engage in normal relationships with others.

Most sex addicts are in a constant state denial about their addiction. Successful treatment thus begins with the addict admitting and accepting that he or she has a problem. To find out more about Life Works sex addiction treatment please call us at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

What are the signs & symptoms of sex addiction?

Admitting that you suffer with sex addiction is the first and most important step to eventual recovery. Symptoms of Hypersexual Disorder, commonly known as Sex Addiction, may range from mild, such as self-denial or keeping your sexual relations a secret from family and friends, to serious such as risky and unhealthy sexual behaviour. Porn Addiction is something naturally linked with sex addiction, Life for a Sex Addict revolves around sexual pursuits and fantasies to an extent that they impact negatively on other important aspects of the addict's life. Often, a sex addict has little or no emotional connection to the actual act of sex other than feelings of numbness, shame, or guilt. They may also engage in constant masturbation, multiple affairs, pornography, cyber sex, prostitution, exhibitionism or voyeurism. Early detection will ensure greater chance of full recovery and will give you the opportunity to restore physical and emotional wellbeing. For more information on sex addiction call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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I think I need sex & porn addiction treatment, how can Life Works help me?

At Life Works we appreciate the delicate nature of Sex Addiction and will therefore ensure discretion. Removed from the triggers of your daily life, Life Works residential treatment will allow our highly experienced staff to help you address some of the underlying issues that are contributing to your sexual compulsivity. Our holistic approach to treatment will ensure that you're psychological, physical and spiritual needs are met and that recovery entails more than mere abstinence. Sex addiction recovery will not occur overnight, however with dedication to recovery, and with the help of our expert staff, recovery is attainable. To learn more about what Life Works can do to help, call our sex addiction admissions professionals at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

How can I start sex addiction treatment at Life Works?

To start treatment at Life Works you can call 0800 081 0700 and speak to one of our experienced and compassionate admissions professionals or fill out our contact form. During your confidential call you will be asked various questions to determine the extent of your problem. Following your call you will be invited to complete a pre-screening assessment, either in-person at Life Works or via phone in order for us to better understand your unique situation and recommend the most suitable treatment options available to you. Our holistic approach to treatment aims to ensure successful Sex Addiction recovery while minimizing the chance of relapse.

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