Sexual addiction: Understanding and treating the phenomenon
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The authors describe their multi-faceted treatment of sex addicts and co-dependents, make observations about the needs and issues involved in such therapy, and discuss some of the desired outcomes from the combination of professional help and self-help in the treatment regimen.
KeywordsTreatment Regimen Health Psychology Social Issue Sexual Addiction
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