Sexual Addiction

Sexual Addiction

Sexual Addiction Therapy

Formally trained by Patrick Carnes, Julie is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist, certified by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals.Julie sees sex addicts and spouses of sex addicts individually, in groups, and in marriage therapy.

Sexual Abuse

  • Facilitates therapy groups for adult victims of sexual abuse
  • Facilitates closed groups where all members were specifically victims of incest.

ASSESSMENTS

Am I a Sex Addict?

Are you concerned that you may have an addiction to sex and/or pornography? Do you feel you cannot stop once you start or that you are unable to stop thinking about or planning the next time you’ll act out? Do you have a secret life that you do not want others to find out about?

Sex addiction takes many forms. In other words, there are many types of sex addicts and sexual addiction. If your sexual behavior is causing problems in your life (personal or professional), take the free and anonymous online test to determine if sex addiction is a problem. At the end of the test, it will show a graph and give you the “typical” range and show where your answers score compared to the that group.  If you find that your behaviour is problematic, please get help by going to our contact page and send a message about setting up an appointment with Wings of Hope.
Sexual Addiction Screening Test (SAST)

Is my husband/wife/partner a sex addict?

This is an often asked question. There are resources which can help you and your spouse/partner make a determination if he/she is struggling with sexual addiction. There is an online free assessment for you as a partner which is the Partner Sexuality Survey which can help you determine if your partner may be struggling with sexual addiction.

Sexual addiction is traumatic for the spouse/partner of the person with the addiction. Click on the Contact Us link and let Wings of Hope help by making an appointment today.
Partner Sexuality Survey (PSS)

Do your relationships seem addictive or do you find yourself betrayed in a relationship?

The series of statements below describe traumatic bonding, wherein a person bonds on the basis of betrayal. The result is what we call a “betrayal bond.” When you are finished, click submit to get your results. If you are in a relationship that involves betrayal, get help now by going to the contact us link to set up an appointment with Wings of Hope.
Betrayal Bond Index (BB)