Treating Sexual Addictions


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Treating Sexual Addictions is designed to help counselors become actively aware of the issues, challenges, and effective treatment strategies for sexual addictions in order to offer a healing path to those caught in this web of consuming desire and destruction. Featuring leading experts like Dr. Mark Laaser, Dr. Daniel Amen, and Marnie Ferree, caregivers learn how to deal with this complex and challenging area of care.

Course Lessons

SAD 101: Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Addiction I

Mark Laaser, Ph.D.

SAD 102: Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Addiction II

Mark Laaser, Ph.D.

SAD 103: Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Addiction III 

Mark Laaser, Ph.D., Debbie Laaser, M.MFT, and Marnie Ferree, M.A.

SAD 104: Sex on the Brain: The Neurochemistry of Sexual Addiction

Daniel Amen, M.D.

SAD 105: Sexual Healing: Breaking Free from Guilt, Shame and the Past

Russ Willingham

SAD 106: Female Sexual Addiction

Marnie Ferree, M.A.

SAD 107: Restoring Marital Intimacy

Mark Laaser, Ph.D. and Debbie Laaser, M.MFT

SAD 108: Spouse Recovery

Debbie Laaser, M.MFT., and Jennifer Cisney Ellers, M.A.

SAD 109: Couples Counseling

Mark Laaser, Ph.D. and Debbie Laaser, M.MFT

SAD 110: The Seven Desires of the Heart

Mark Laaser, Ph.D.

SAD 111: Every Man’s Battle

Steven Arterburn, M.Ed.

SAD 112: Accountability – The Book of Nehemiah

Mark Laaser, Ph.D.

SAD 113: Special Populations: Sex Offenders

Ralph Earle, D.Min., Ph.D.

SAD 114: Special Populations: Homosexuality

Russ Willingham

SAD 115: Breaking the Bonds of Sexual Addiction

Mark Laaser, Ph.D.


Target Audience: Pastoral and Biblical Counselors

Continuing Education

15 CE Credits available for IBCC Credential Holders.

The International Board of Christian Care (IBCC) is a growing, vibrant, and recognized segment of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and is open to all qualified mental health professionals, pastors, chaplains, para-professionals, and lay counseling ministry leaders who identify themselves as Christian counselors, life coaches, and crisis responders.