Sexual Integrity For Men
Dates and time
February 21 to May 9 (12 weeks)
Thursdays, 7:30-9 p.m.
- Participants are required to also be in individual therapy.
- The full fee for 12 weeks is $600. Payments can be made in monthly installments of $200.
- $20 for materials.
- Income-based scholarships are available for those who are working with an individual counselor. Priority is given to Redeemer Counseling clients. Funds are limited. Scholarships need to be finalized before the first payment. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are three steps for the registration process:
- Submit the online registration form.
- Schedule a one-time intake session with the group counselor. Email email@example.com to make an appointment. The intake session is set at our lowest fee of $70. If you are already meeting with an RCS counselor an intake may not be required. Instead, please ask your counselor to submit a therapist referral form to the Services Coordinator.
- Make a payment. After you receive confirmation to attend the group, secure your spot with your payment. Only after you submit your payment will you be officially registered for the group.
This Renewal Group is for any man who wishes to grow in sexual integrity and wholeness. It is designed to help those who struggle with lust and any form of compulsive sexual behavior, including the use of online pornography. The group will use a book on addiction that will address the roots of addictive behaviors, the addictive cycle, and what it looks like to have freedom in Christ. The group counselor will help participants put the material into practice and will facilitate a time of sharing and discussion. Group members will be encouraged and challenged to grow. This Renewal Group will highlight ways that the recovery process can be more deeply Christ-centered and gospel-driven.
Who is this group for?
This group can be beneficial for a wide spectrum of men. Some men may not be sure if they have an “addiction,” but be struggling to stop certain sexual patterns such as struggles with online pornography. They may wish for a comprehensive, big-picture view of the path to healing, and to understand the issue from a Christian perspective.
Other participants may already feel that they fit with a “clinical” definition of sexual addiction, perhaps assessed by a counselor or through the “SAST” inventory. These men may already be in individual therapy, but now desire a complementary group counseling experience. They may already be involved in 12-step programs, yet wish to engage in a more deeply relational encouragement and accountability through deeper union with Jesus. Whatever the case, we welcome all those who seek to grow in sexual integrity and to live in greater freedom.
For those interested in simply learning more about the problem and how to develop a strong recovery plan, the following are a couple of recommended resources.
Covenant Eyes: Resources include an extensive selection of articles, recommended books, video and audio podcasts, both for those struggling (both men and women) and for spouses and family members.
Bethesda Workshops and Faithful and True: These organizations host Christian, intensive, residential, three- or four-day programs. Their websites contain many helpful articles on sex addiction treatment.