Kim Buck hosts this twice-monthly live webinar. Sessions start with educational content on prodependence followed by a Q&A session. This is your chance to ask her questions directly (and anonymously). She is not providing therapy with this; she is providing educational information to help support you. This webinar is open to betrayed partners, addicts, couples, or anyone who wants to improve his or her relationship skills.

Your image will not appear on-screen. To ask questions, we suggest you use the Q&A feature at the bottom of your video screen. The Q&A feature lets you ask questions anonymously. You can also use the chat feature, but please understand that the chat feature is not anonymous. When you use the chat feature, others can see your name. Webinar sessions are recorded and posted on Sex and Relationship Healing so those who missed or want to revisit a particular session can watch it later. Past webinars are available on our site for approximately four weeks. After that, they are removed to make room for newer sessions. Older sessions can be found on our Previous Webinars page.

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Webinars: Your image does not appear on-screen. To ask questions, we suggest you use the Q&A feature at the bottom of your video screen. The Q&A feature lets you ask questions anonymously. You can also use the chat feature, but please understand that the chat feature is not anonymous. When you use the chat feature, others can see your name. Webinar sessions are recorded and posted on Sex and Relationship Healing so those who missed or want to revisit a particular session can watch it later. Past webinars are available on our site for approximately four weeks. After that, they are removed to make room for newer sessions. Older sessions can be found on our Previous Webinars page.
About Kim Buck
Kim Buck LPC, CSAT, CCS is a licensed clinical psychotherapist in Mesa Arizona highly specialized in the treatment of problematic sexual behavior, pornography and sexual addiction, betrayal trauma, and sexual health. As the clinical director of Family Strategies Counseling Center, and the owner of Aspire Counseling Services, she creates curriculum, trains and supervises clinicians, and educates the public in a variety of forums.

Kim is currently working with Dr. Robert Weiss in the growth and expansion of the new attachment-based Prodependence model. This model is designed for the treatment of partners and loved ones of individuals struggling with addiction and other chronic mental illness. For the past year, she has successfully applied this new model within her agency and is thrilled to assist in making it more broadly available.

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April 2020

Prodependence: Moving Beyond Codependency. Looking through a different lens for loved ones of addicts.

April 17 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm PDT
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An event every month that begins at 2:30 pm on day First of the month, repeating indefinitely

An event every month that begins at 2:30 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

Hosted by Kim Buck who is co-authoring the Prodependence workbook with Dr. Rob Weiss. This is a group where participants will work through and develop the tools of prodependent relationships. The group meets the first and third Friday of each month at 1:30 p.m. Pacific. To access these sessions CLICK HERE. If your computer asks for a meeting ID, use: 243-964-694. Learn more about this event

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