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Porn Addiction Therapy & Counselling

Porn Addiction seems to be an escalating problem not only because of the wide availability of access to the internet, but also because of the recent lock-down regulations put in place during the Coronavirus Pandemic which has meant many more people are having to stay in their homes for long periods of time.

The watching of pornography itself is not particularly harmful and for many people it does not become problematic.

However, for some people they may get to the stage where they spend a disproportionate amount of time viewing porn when it may become a bit of an obsession.

You can read about Addiction in general here.

Porn addiction can place an enormous amount of strain & stress on a relationship, particularly if the partner of a porn addict views the sexual satisfaction gained through the watching of porn as meaning they are in some way ‘inadequate’ or not ‘attractive’ anymore.

Partners of porn users may also consider the use of pornographic material to be equivalent to an act of infidelity, particularly if the porn usage has been carried out secretly.

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Porn addiction displays the classic characteristics of any addictive type behaviour in that it is often done frequently and often with a disregard to the consequences.

The sexual ‘release’ associated with viewing porn results in a flood of endorphins into the bloodstream which produces a highly pleasurable experience.

It is this chemical pleasure that addicts are so focused on repeating, and this is particularly true when ‘feeling good’ becomes the solution to ‘feeling bad’ through the stresses and anxieties associated with modern living.

What are the symptoms of porn addiction?

Porn Addicts will often demonstrate a single-mindedness in the pursuit of a sexual release and the following symptoms or behaviours could indicate Porn Addiction:-

  • Lack of sexual satisfaction in normal sexual encounters
  • Secretive use of the internet
  • Spending lots of time on-line
  • Becoming socially withdrawn
  • Developing unrealistic expectations about the sexual act
  • Making demands for unusual sexual preferences from partners
  • Becoming less satisfied with normal sex

Is Porn Addiction Common?

Judging by the amount of media attention that porn addiction now seems to be attracting it seems likely that this is a bigger problem than once thought. Although figures of 5% of people has been bandied around, it is likely that the figures are higher and that it just doesn’t get reported as much due to the nature of sexuality and morality in our society.

Men and Women, it seems, are both affected in equal proportions and the growth of the internet has allowed private indulgence in porn addiction to grow beyond all measures.

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Therapy & Counselling for Porn Addiction

We offer a number of different types of therapy and counselling for Porn Addiction and addicton-related problems.

Choosing the most suitable therapy depends on a number of different considerations including factors such as:

  • How long you have had the problem.
  • Your personal preferences.
  • How your problem is affecting you today.

You can read more about the different types of therapy for Porn Addiction on the following links:

Although all therapies use slightly different approaches, the one thing they all have in common is the relationship that is formed between the client and therapist.

Furthermore, research also suggests that therapy relationship may be the most important factor in achieving a good therapy outcome.

Teach Yourself CBT and Overcome Porn Addiction for only £149!

Our online CBT course has been designed to teach you the fundamental tools and techniques of clinically proven Cognitive Behavioural Therapy without having to see a therapist.

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Structured over TEN, in-depth modules, this self-managed course will teach you everything you need to know to change the way you think about and experience your mental health problems without having to visit a therapist.

Click Self-Help CBT to find out more.

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Free Initial Consultations for Porn Addiction

We offer all prospective clients a FREE initial consultation to discuss your problems prior to commencing any treatment plans.

The consultation is free and lasts around 50 minutes.

During this consultation we will discuss the various therapy options that are available to you and make a considered recommendation based on your individual personal circumstances.

Initial consultations are also available as part of our online therapy service.

At Tranceform Psychology we recognise the importance of the therapeutic relationship in helping people to bring about effective change, so its important to be able to ‘meet’ to discuss any therapy treatments BEFORE proceeding.

Our policy is to help people make a fully balanced & considered decision about undertaking work with us, including both the financial and personal implications.

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Solve Porn Addiction problems with our CBT Course

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is clinically proven to be effective across a range of different mental health problems.

Using our online learning platform, it is available with 2, 5 or 10 sessions of clinical support either face-to-face in the Wombourne offices, or using Zoom video facilities.

It can also be taken as a self help CBT course that will teach you the fundamental tools and techniques used throughout the mental health profession.

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Buy Your CBT Course Here

You can purchase a course of Tranceformental CBT in our shop by clicking on any of the links below.

Self-Help CBT Course - £149

Course + 2 Clinical Sessions - £299

Course + 5 Clinical Sessions - £499

Course + 10 Clinical Sessions - £799

Get in Touch

Psychotherapist Paul Lee in Wombourne Clinic

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Tel: 07434 776125

paul@tranceformpsychology.com

Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist Joan Lee in Wombourne Clinic

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Tel: 07434 776504

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Tel: 07931 517241

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