Sex and Porn Addiction – Heidi Gee Counselling

Pornograghy and sex addiction are common issues experienced by men and women. Sexual addiction, sexual dependency, hypersexuality, compulsive sexual behaviour and sexual compulsivity, are all examples of difficulty in management of sexual behaviour. 

Sexual thoughts can become an obsession and interfere with different aspects of the individuals life such as ability to work properly, relationships, and daily activities. There may be underlining issues such as trauma, grief and loss, low self-esteem, depression, financial problems or relationship problems that could be contributing to the behaviour. Sex therapy can help the individual gain control over the compulsive behaviours by developing a treatment plan tailored to the individuals needs and circumstances and working through the behaviours with strategies to develop skills, education and counselling.

Porn and sex addiction are common issues experienced by men and women. Sexual addiction, sexual dependency, hypersexuality, compulsive sexual behaviour and sexual compulsivity, are all examples of difficulty in management of sexual behaviour. Sexual thoughts can become an obsession and interfere with different aspects of the individuals life such as ability to work properly, relationships, and daily activities. There may be underlining issues such as trauma, grief and loss, low self-esteem, depression, financial problems or relationship problems that could be contributing to the behaviour. Sex therapy can help the individual gain control over the compulsive behaviours by developing a treatment plan tailored to the individuals needs and circumstances and working through the behaviours with strategies to develop skills, education and counselling. Porn and sex addiction are common issues experienced by men and women. Sexual addiction, sexual dependency, hypersexuality, compulsive sexual behaviour and sexual compulsivity, are all examples of difficulty in management of sexual behaviour. Sexual thoughts can become an obsession and interfere with different aspects of the individuals life such as ability to work properly, relationships, and daily activities. There may be underlining issues such as trauma, grief and loss, low self-esteem, depression, financial problems or relationship problems that could be contributing to the behaviour. Sex therapy can help the individual gain control over the compulsive behaviours by developing a treatment plan tailored to the individuals needs and circumstances and working through the behaviours with strategies to develop skills, education and counselling.