PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION: new tool for clients who are struggling

Feb 2021
2
0
California
Message to all therapists and psychologists!

I'm trying to figure out the best way to inform all therapists and psychologists of a brand new, fully comprehensive, porn addiction recovery program that is going to be available in the coming weeks (or available now to clients interested in the pilot run).

Therapists can have free access to the program to check it out, and then offer/inform/suggest it to their clients who are struggling with porn addiction.

It offers:
  • 63 go at your own pace modules (read, watch, or listen)17 of which are "coach approach" self-assessments
  • -Private FB support groups page...only other members can see you're part of the group. There is no risk of a family member, co-worker, or church member discovering anyone in the group unless they are enrolled in the program too.
  • -regularly scheduled live zoom group coaching sessions
  • - zoom meetings to dive deeper into the modules and lessons (recorded and shared with members only, in case you can't make it)
  • - built-in coach approach
  • - optional accountability partner
  • -emotional regulation skills
-This program addresses how to identify triggers and what to do about them
-How to calm the limbic system and enter the parasympathetic nervous system
-intro lessons on neuropathways and the brain's reward system
- How to talk to a partner/spouse
-How to cultivate self-compassion and alleviate shame
-and a whole lot more!

Anyway, please reach out to me if you know how I can spread the word to therapists so they can have this in their arsenal of tools to recommend to their clients. Reach out also if you are a therapist and are already interested in checking it out.


The name of the program is Leap of Courage, which has a whole team of people comprised of recovered porn addicts, scientific editors, and coaches (behavioral change/motivation/self-compassion/meditation).

You can send a direct email to loc@courageousleap.com

Thank you so much.

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Nov 2020
7
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Hartford
Who is to say porn is a problem unless it gets in the way of eating dinner or elimination. There are other reasons for pornography besides addiction. People are addicted to substances. Self harm is a problem. Teach people how to help their urges. Do not brand a non substance addiction as addiction. Sir I ask you to examine your motives. What is it you are trying to hide?


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Feb 2021
2
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California
Who is to say porn is a problem unless it gets in the way of eating dinner or elimination. There are other reasons for pornography besides addiction. People are addicted to substances. Self harm is a problem. Teach people how to help their urges. Do not brand a non-substance addiction as addiction. Sir I ask you to examine your motives. What is it you are trying to hide?


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Many people are quite addicted, have porn-induced ED, are feeling suicidal as a result. Here is a link of a Ted talk from a man who has overcome his porn addiction. If you visit the NoFap forums, you will see just how many people are struggling with relapse and it's controlling their lives. My previous partner was a porn addict.