What is the cycle of sex addiction? The answer sets the stage for understanding the best path to this addiction. The heart of this problem is to get lost in fake relationships with fake people (ie, pornography, illegal sexual encounters, etc.) and not know how to engage in authentic relationships with real people. Participants will understand the process that dependents and their family members have to undergo in order to solidify a complete break from this addictive cycle. Learn about a powerful tool that helps a person get out of this cycle and practice using that tool during a breakdown session. This tool is a must for anyone trying to get rid of sex addiction, as well as for the people who help them.
Jeffrey J. Ford. LMWF
Jeff Ford received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Utah and an MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist. Jeff is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has contributed to the field by publishing articles on the practice of marriage and family therapy and regularly speaks throughout the community on the topics of pornography, marriage and addiction. In addition to his clinical practice, he was an instructor in psychology and adolescent development at the university level. Jeff specializes in dealing with people and families who struggle with sexual addiction.
This presentation was made at the Coalition Against State conference in Port, Utah, Salt Lake City on March 12, 2016.