physician sex addiction intensive

Have you violated professional boundaries by being sexual with patients or staff? 
Do you find yourself spending hours on the Internet engaged in cybersex activities? 
Has your behavior become increasingly risky so that you are now at risk of losing your license, health, relationship, marriage, and/or family? 

No doubt you have tried the “Physician, heal thyself” approach. How has that worked for you?

physicians in crisis

We are pleased to offer a discreet location for your Intensive in the Canadian Rockies. We work hard to make sure you are able to do your recovery in total anonymity. Call our office for more information at: 713.630.0111.

you are not immune

As a physician, you are not immune to sex addiction or compulsive sexual behavior.  You have been able to handle (almost) everything life has thrown at you, including:
  • Medical school
  • Establishing a practice
  • Becoming a leader in the community and perhaps your church
How did your behavior get so out of control?  Perhaps it started with curiosity or boredom.  Maybe you decided to reward yourself for the long hours that you work or because of the success that you have achieved.  Or, it could be that you just wanted a little bit of stress relief. Who could blame you for just wanting the stress to be more manageable?Regardless of how it started, life now seems out of control.

If you are not pleased with your own efforts to stop your compulsive sexual behavior, we invite you to consider our Three-Day Physician Sex Addiction Intensives where we have successfully treated many physicians for whom life had become unmanageable. Compulsive sexual behavior does not have to rule your life anymore! You can stop your destructive behavior, regain your integrity and put an end to the Jekyll/Hyde life that is destroying everything you count precious.

our focus includes:

  • Understanding the origins of your addiction
  • Establishing a foundation for continued recovery
  • Learning the tools of recovery
  • Modifying exam procedures to better protect yourself as a physician
  • Extending your sex life (which, as a physician, is generally thought to be the shortest of any profession)
  • Resolving boundary issues as they relate to staff
  • Resolving boundary issues as they relate to patients
  • Integrating recovery routines into your family life and relationship
  • Establishing intimacy on an emotional, physical, and spiritual level
  • Preventing a future relapse
  • Developing a Personal Recovery Plan
If your sexual behavior is not compulsive and is not causing problems in your life, then you do not need our services. But if your life feels out-of-control or if you have tried to stop your destructive behavior but have been unsuccessful, then we invite you to take a step toward Hope & Freedom.
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