Sex addiction affects people from all walks of life
Shame, guilt, fear, anger, panic, loss of control—these feelings are all signs that your behavior may have crossed the line into an addiction. Don’t live the rest of your life in the grip of a sexual compulsion. Don’t wait for a crisis—divorce, loss of job, or even arrest—before taking action.
Sex addiction therapy can help
The goal of sex addiction therapy is to eliminate sexual behavior that jeopardizes a person’s life, livelihood, important relationships, and reputation—behavior that the individual has been unable to stop by willpower alone.
Treatment opens the way for the enjoyment of sex in a healthy and appropriate way; treatment does not seek to eliminate sex entirely. Sex is, or should be, a normal part of life rather than a secret compulsion. Therapy can help treat sex addiction.
As a certified sex therapist in Sarasota, Florida, Peggy Albano has successfully helped people—individuals and couples—to recover from sex addiction.
Admitting that there is a problem is the first step towards recovery.
When you are ready, call Peggy to schedule your first session.