Sex Addicts Anonymous SAA is a group-based support network, to help people find freedom from addictive sexual behaviour and promotes recovery from sex addiction.
Sexaholics Anonymous SA’s primary purpose is: “to stay sexually sober and help other sexaholics to achieve sobriety”.
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation: Inform Plus Course The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) runs the Stop it Now! Campaign. The LFF also runs a course for arrested internet offenders, called Inform Plus. Inform Plus comprises 10, weekly, 2.5 hour sessions focusing on understanding offending behaviour and preventing relapse.
The Counselling Directory This website explains what counselling is, and provides practical information on what type of counselling you may need and where to find it.
BACP British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) provide information on their website regarding therapists who specialise in this area.
The Law Society You can locate a solicitor who specialises in Criminal Law via The Law Society website.
Hudson Centre 020 7493 4488 Sexual addiction counselling and therapy in London.
College of Sexual Relationship Therapists’ 020 8543 2707
COSRT is the UK’s leading organisation for therapists specialising in sexual and relationship issues.
Relate 0300 100 1234
Provides counselling, support and information for relationships.
Tavistock and Portman Clinic Offers specialised long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapeutic help to people who suffer from problems arising from delinquent, criminal or violent behaviour or from disturbing and damaging sexual behaviours or experiences.
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