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Masturbation Prevention Treatment Boulder

Masturbation Prevention Treatment Boulder

Sex addiction can cause a strain on a person’s life. It consists of the need to perform sexual acts compulsively. As much as he or she wants to, a person cannot control the need to get “a fix,” just as a person with an alcohol disorder gets from having a drink.

Sex addiction treatment in Boulder also includes a masturbation prevention treatment in Boulder, Colorado. Our specialized therapists understand that this addiction can be hazardous and result in difficulties in relationships. It can also impact a person’s physical and mental health, quality of life, safety, and diverse personal relationships.

Besides, compulsive behaviors that require healing for sex and porn addiction can strain relationships. Infidelity is one of the consequences of this addiction, even though some people claim to be addicted to sex to justify their affairs.

What is masturbation addiction?

Enjoying sexual activity or masturbation is not a sign of sex addiction. Sex is a natural and healthy human activity, but there are differences in the average level of sexual interest and sex addiction.

When masturbation prevents you from performing daily tasks or interfering with school, work, or any responsibility in your life, you could be suffering from masturbation addiction.

Masturbation is considered a problem when you cannot control the urge to do it; if you skip work, school, or any other event or responsibility to masturbate; if you plan your day around masturbation.

If you believe that you are addicted to this behavior and need help to stop it, the best is to find a therapist, or you can also talk to your doctor. They will be able to refer you to a counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, or institute like Being Again Institute, where we are specialized in sexual health.

We are trained to help people with sexual health concerns, such as masturbation addiction.

Masturbation addiction treatment in Boulder

For masturbation, sex, or porn addiction treatment in Boulder, there are different treatments available. Some of them may be:

  • Inpatient treatment programs: They are usually 30-days long. The patient is removed from their daily lives to stay at the recovery center while they receive their treatment. It normally includes in-depth individual and group therapy sessions.
  • 12-step programs: As there are programs such as Alcoholic Anonymous, known as AA, there are other programs for sex addicts. The goal is not to give up sex in its entirety but to refrain from compulsive and destructive behaviors. 
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy: In this type of therapy, the goal is to identify triggers for the sexual impulses and learn how to alter the person’s behaviors. A licensed mental health therapist will do this with the patient in one-on-one sessions.
  • Medication: Finally, there is medication, which can benefit some patients. Antidepressants might help, and they will need to be prescribed by a physician.

For more information, contact Begin Again Institute for the world’s leading intensive healing for sex porn addictions and intimacy disorders at 720-702-4608. We are ready to help you on your road to recovery.

Masturbation Prevention Treatment Boulder
Begin Again Institute
Masturbation Prevention Treatment Boulder
5277 Manhattan Cir #114
Boulder CO 80303

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