This day will give counsellors the skills to focus on the couple relationship when working with couples in recovery from sex or porn addiction and help clients move on from disclosure to healing their relationship whether or not they decide to separate.  It includes practical strategies for building commitment to individual as well as couple recovery whilst avoiding the common pitfalls that can fuel relapse. 

Aims  

  • To understand the impact of sexual addiction on the couple relationship
  • To identify the therapeutic needs of the addict, the partner and the couple and develop a contract with the couple to focus on the relationship needs
  • To identify the 3 stages of couple work - impact, meaning and moving on
  • To provide tools and therapeutic strategies for helping couples manage the traumatic 'impact' stage of discovering sex addiction
  • To provide tools and therapeutic strategies to hep couples develop 'meaning' from what's happened to their relationship and to themselves as individuals
  • To help counsellors understand the role of therapeutic disclosure
  • To help counsellors move clients from focusing on the survival of the relationship to focusing on the journey to reaching a decision
  • To provide tools and therapeutic strategies to support relationship recovery for couples 'moving on' together
  • To identify and recognise risks of addition relapse and partner trauma. 

Please use the training calendar below to book your place, or telephone us on 01926 339594, or email us for more information.

Cost: £95 early-bird, £105 if booked within 3 weeks of event