Facing the shadow group
A gentle path to begining recovery from sex addiction
Our Facing The Shadow group helps sex addicts move towards change and healthy behaviors. This weekly educational group is for men to navigate the challenges of recovery while following the IITAP Facing the Shadow workbook. Our group is facilitated online and is comprised of 6-10 participants. Our group is open to any clients who struggle with sex addiction. While our Men’s Sex Addiction Support Group is based on daily life circumstances, our Facing The Shadow group focuses on education helping those better understand their addiction. Both groups focus on sex addiction and are supportive environments for individuals wishing to recover. Contact us today for a free assessment to see which program is best suited to fit your needs.
based on dr. patrick carnes’ work
Through task work and group therapy, we facilitate guiding participants begin a meaningful recovery program from an often-misunderstood addiction. This workbook guides participants through the first seven tasks in Dr. Patrick Carnes’ researched based thirty task model of treatment, the most respected therapy model available for treating sex & relationship addiction.
Group therapy sessions are led by a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Clinical Sexologist with specialized training, who will teach group members proven strategies for managing specific problems.
Our Certified Sex Addiction Therapists have trained with Patrick Carnes and his revolutionary team and bring a level of expertise and compassion that is unique to this field.
Contact us for more information. If a group therapy setting is beyond your comfort level we also offer individual online counselling services for sex addiction, pornography addiction, substance abuse, and more. Many clients choose to combine our group therapy and individual counselling sessions as part of a complete recovery program for sex addiction.
Click here to learn more about Dr. Patrick Carnes.
Join us online Saturdays from 10am-11:30pm PST.
Being able to interact with other individuals who are learning how to cope with and overcome addiction can be extremely helpful. Addiction can be a very isolating experience and at Armour Addiction Services we give our clients ample opportunity to experience the resonance of recovery and to know they are not alone. By sharing information and personal experiences with other members of the group, our clients learn how to express themselves authentically with others in a safe, structured, and supportive environment. Within this safe container facilitated by a member of the Armour Addiction Services clinical team, clients can gain valuable feedback and begin to cultivate a deeper sense of trust, empathy, and awareness – with self and others.