Online Counseling Services
As part of Kevin Leapley’s (CSAT) counseling services, he provides online video counseling for men struggling with sexual addiction (for those residing in Texas or Colorado). It is as confidential as seeing him in his office. Read more about this service by clicking on the button below:
Spouses/Partners Of Sex Addicts
We also specialize in helping the partners of sex addicts heal their trauma first — by understanding and differentiating complex partner trauma — and helping the spouse and partner of an addict get the truth, set and maintain healthy boundaries, and stop the crazy-making.
While the sex addict has known for many years about his or her problematic sexual behaviors, and being in sexual addiction counseling is often a relief, the betrayed partner is often blindsided by the discovery or disclosure. We recognize that the cheating itself, or a specific sexual behaviors, is not what causes the most pain, it is the loss of trust in the relationship caused by the constant lying of the addict.
Partners who have experienced betrayal have valid reasons to feel deeply wounded, shaken, mistrustful, angry, confused, scared, and lost. Partners of sex addicts who decide to stay in the relationship often go through PTSD symptoms and it takes time to reestablish real trust and safety with the betraying partner.
We understand that you are confused, scared, and unsure you want to stay in the relationship. We are here for you. So don’t be afraid to reach out to us. You may feel all alone, but our counselors have years of experience helping partners heal from the betrayal trauma. Our center provides both individual counseling and group support for partners/spouses of sex addicts.
How To Get Started?
If you have reached the moment where you know that your sexual behavior is out of control, you have come to the right place for help. Our Treatment program includes individual, group, relationship, and family counseling for sexual addiction and for the wife or partner of the sex addict.
To get started, the first step is to either call (303) 933-5800 or fill out the contact form. A counselor will contact you within 24-hours to provide you with more information and to setup an appointment if you choose.