Spouses & Partners Of Sex Addicts Group

Support Group For Hurting Partners

Tuesdays 11:30am – 1:00pm (Online Group)

Thursdays 11:30am – 1:00pm (Online Group)

Our partners of sexual addiction counseling groups provide a safe, confidential, and shame free environment to share your struggles with other women that fully understand what you’re going through. One of the most significant struggles as a partner is holding his secrets as you seek recovery from the wounds caused by his actions.

Group is a place to experience healing from those wounds and turn it into resiliency.

What to Expect In Group Meetings

The Partners of Sexual Addiction counseling and support groups provide a safe, confidential, and shame free environment to share your struggles with other women who fully understand what you’re going through. One of the most significant struggles as a partner is holding his secrets as you seek recovery from the wounds caused by his actions.

Group is a place to experience healing from those wounds and turn it into resiliency. Our goal is Post- Traumatic Growth.

Partners Group Goals

The goal of this counseling group is to have a supportive place to become educated in research-based information about the trauma that comes with sexual betrayal in all forms. You will also come to understand the nature of sexual addiction/ compulsion. These deeper understandings allow you to view what is happening internally as reasonable and expected. Often partners say things like “I just thought I was crazy.”

This is a women’s only group and the only requirement is a willingness to be supportive to others who share the experience of betrayal. 

Sessions are 90-minutes long and have a psychoeducational segment with topics specific to the unique experience of Betrayal Trauma.

Group member have the opportunity to share successes and struggles they had over the week and through out the educational portion.  Other members provide supportive feedback throughout.

We conclude with a brief preview of next week’s focus.

Other goals include:

  • Learning tools to reduce the emotional impact of triggers.
  • Developing a deeper sense of personal power and self-esteem in the relationship.
  • Working through the difficult emotional challenges without turning to destructive coping mechanisms.
  • Gain a deeper sense of personal values and how to hold them regardless of what your sexually acting out partner chooses.

To join one of these groups, please call Latina Griffin at 737-808-4179 to inquire about vacancies and to setup an intake session.

Open spots are limited.