Michelle Mays, Clinical Director of the Center for Relational Recovery was interviewed by Matt Bierds a therapist who runs a podcast called Virtual … [Read More...]
- Because change happens in relationship.
Life is about relationships. Relationships are where we have our most intense experiences of being intimately known and loved. Research tells us that we function the best individually when our relational connections with others are healthy and secure. We are freer to take risks, confidently move into our worlds and express our true selves. This understanding of the way in which healthy relational bonds support all of life is the heart of Relational Recovery.
Are you struggling with
If you are struggling with sexual addiction your sexual behavior may feel compulsive or out-of-control. It may be creating negative consequences in your life and relationships that is causing pain for you and those you love. If you are the partner of a sex addict, you may be feeling intense pain resulting from experiencing betrayal, and confusion about what is happening and what to do next.