This drop-in discussion group is for any male who is dealing with attachment issues as they relate to addiction. Both male addicts and male partners of addicts are welcome. This group is a bit different than the other drop-in groups found on SexandRelationshipHealing.com, as it’s designed to provide support for group members by using the Finding Peace Worksheet. The worksheet explores how attachment wounds (such as loss, rejection, neglect, abandonment, betrayal, and abuse) are triggered while helping users identify core needs and make choices that fit best within their value system and desired outcomes. Group participants will walk through the worksheet while getting feedback and support from other group members.

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About Drop-In Discussion Groups
In these sessions, your image and username are visible to the moderator and other participants. This is because we want you to interact with one another and build supportive, recovery-focused relationships. Drop-In Discussion Groups are not recorded.
About Joe Saavedra

Joe Saavedra LMFT, SATP is passionate about helping those impacted by sexual integrity issues. He works with both addicts and their partners using individual, couple, and group therapy modalities. He is focused on the relational trauma that partners of sex, porn, and relationship addicts experience, and he compassionately works to guide partners (and addicts) through their isolating and shame-filled experiences. He feels that his role as a therapist is to help reduce this shame and systematically get to the root of the addictive and compulsive behaviors that have led to these intimacy disorder issues.

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