✔Are you losing hope that you will ever be able to stop watching
pornography or engaging in destructive sexual behaviors?
✔Have you been betrayed by someone's sexual acting out?
✔Are you tired of secret keeping, lies, and manipulation?
We can help! Recovery starts here.
This treatment program is for men struggling with problematic sexual behaviors including sex addiction or pornography addiction. Our unique Saturday-based treatment schedule is perfect for out-of-town participants as well as those with weekday work responsibilities that might impede treatment. Treatment includes weekend programs, individual, and couples’ therapy sessions. Click here to learn more.
Partners who've been betrayed by a loved one's sexual acting out also need support; intimacy betrayal can feel overwhelming. Learn how betrayal trauma has affected you and specific steps to start your own recovery. The Phoenix Program can also help prepare partners for a full therapeutic disclosure to help your relationship heal. Treatment includes group, individual, and couples’ therapy sessions. Click here to learn more.
Human beings are biologically wired to desire, enjoy, and pursue sexual relationships. Doing so has ensured the survival of our species. Yet, there doesn't seem to be many other natural instincts that have caused as much trouble as sex. Technology only increases our capacity to use sex in problematic and destructive ways. Pornography, dating sites (some explicitly for affairs), chat rooms, web cams, and robotics have all served to lure men, and yes - women, too - into sexual behaviors which they otherwise would avoid. Whether you struggle with pornography, other online sexual activities, affairs, prostitution, or other sexual behaviors, we can help. If you want to stop these destructive patterns in your life, contact us today.
Are you wondering whether pornography or sex addiction may be a problem for you? Take a self-assessment that will help you answer this question.Take assessment
When a husband has had multiple affairs or compulsively watches pornography, or a wife has emotional or sexual relationships outside of the marriage, or a significant other engages in sexual behavior that puts himself and his partner at risk for STIs, injury, financial calamity, social embarrassment, or legal jeopardy, the outcome can be overwhelming and shocking. Recovery from infidelity is difficult. This is especially true when the betrayal has occurred over and over again. Betrayed partners may experience a special kind of trauma known as Intimate Deception Betrayal Trauma (IDBT). Coined by Dr. Sherri Keffer, IDBT aptly names the wounds that these partners experience. Many partners suffer from symptoms of PTSD after discovering their significant other's sexual deception. If you have been affected by someone else's sexual behavior or if you are experiencing symptoms of trauma because of your partner's sexual betrayal, don't go through it alone. We can help you heal.
Partners who are recovering from someone else's sexual betrayal know it's hard work to focus on their own healing. And they know it's hard work to heal the relationship. Partners and addicted loved ones can heal and regain intimacy when both parties are willing to get support and take steps toward their own recovery. With the help of specially trained therapists and the support of others who have been there, the betrayed and the addicted partner can find hope, love, and growth out of pain and despair. Let us help you heal yourself and your relationship today!
No matter what your struggle is, we want to help. Pain shows up in our lives in many ways: addictions, mood problems, difficulties in relationships, anxiety, and challenges handling everyday stressors. If you're facing any of the issues listed below, contact us today so you can get started on your path to healing.
We applaud you for taking an important step toward healing and recovery by visiting our website. The next step is for you to learn how TARC can best support you. During the assessment process, we will thoroughly review an inventory of your thoughts, feelings and associated life choices in order to determine a plan of action that is most beneficial for your recovery.Schedule a Call