Facing Heartbreak Group is an 8-week group designed for women who have been impacted by their partner's compulsive/addictive sexual behaviors. Because of the relational trauma impact, partners often feel isolated, alone, hurt, angry, betrayed, and ashamed.
This Couple’s Life 180 Group is an 8-week relational/intimacy building group workshop for couples. This group is ideal for couples who may be experiencing challenges in rebuilding trust, and intimacy. By integrating specific trauma focuses and sex addiction essentials, this relational/intimacy building group is designed to help couples through psycho-education, experiential practice and group process. We believe NorthPoint’s Couple’s Life 180 Group is best experienced after the couple has completed a Therapeutic Disclosure.
This Starting Point Group is designed for men who have just begun their sexual addiction recovery and want to better understand what it takes to journey from addictive bondage to healthy freedom.
The 90 Day Focus Group is designed for men who have completed “Facing the Shadows” workbook. This group will focus on developing and maintaining sobriety as well as gaining awareness of “How to Have a Positive Sexual Focus.”
This recovery Essentials Group is designed to help group members process the “Facing the Shadows” Performable Tasks 5-8. Participants will discuss and process the necessary easy-to-follow exercises specifically designed to better help understand sexual addiction. Group participants will also come to learn more about the core issues for which the addictions have become the solution.
This Family of Origin Group will focus on your present as well as the family you grow up with. Family of origin looks closely at the family you were born into and your parents' background. This Family of Origin Group involves analyzing family messages, values, communication styles, traditions and ways of dealing with feelings.
The Living in the Zone Group is about learning how to stop addictive behaviors. Sobriety is the only way to start recovery. However, stopping the behavior is not enough to stay in recovery. True recovery is achieved by learning to cope with difficult situations and emotions. This Group is designed to help men learn how to deal with difficult affective (emotional) states which will help them come to a place of resilience so they can decide what is important in their lives.