Understanding the Problem
The Sexual Addiction Screening Test-Revised (SAST-R) aids in determining addictive or non-additive sexual behavior. Created by Patrick J. Carnes, Ph.D., the Sexual Addiction Screening Test-Revised (SAST-R) helps people evaluate the extent of their sexual behavior compared with thousands of others who have completed this screening test. To learn the full extent of problematic sexual behavior, evaluation by a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) or other qualified professional is required. However, this self-assessment can help you determine if you may be struggling with sexual addiction.
Answer “Yes” or “No” to the 20 questions below. After you have completed the assessment, continue reading for the next steps.
You probably are not sexually addicted.
You may have a problem with compulsive sexual behavior.
Let's get you some help if you believe you have a problem. Our sex addiction therapist will help you explore your behaviors, conduct further assessments, and figure out solutions. Let's talk.
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