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What Can We Help With?
Sex Addiction
Sexual Intimacy Issues
Relationship Problems
Trauma Therapy

Dallas Therapists for Addictions and Relationship Issues

Rebuild trust, enhance love, create connection.

Contact us if you’re dealing with the following:
Sexual Compulsivity or Compulsive Porn Use
Sexual dysfunction or Sexual Frustration
Relationship and Communication Issues

Lost Hope, Trust, and Connection as a Partner of an Addict
Trauma Resolution

All of our services are LGBT affirming.

We help those who are struggling with self-acceptance, fear of coming out, and shame.
We are also affirming to those who are in non-traditional, or more open relationships by offering a non-judgmental, open perspective.

Meet Our Team

Ian Hammonds, MS, LMFT-Associate, LPC-Intern

Supervisor-Michael Salas, LPC-S
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Our training and credentials include:
Certified Sex Addiction Therapist trained
Certified Sex Therapist trained
EMDR trained
Somatic Experiencing trained
Gottman Couples Therapy experience
Daring Way™ trained
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors
Post-Induction Therapy trained
Certified Partner of Sex Addict Trauma Specialist Trained

Featured Dallas Therapy Programs

We offer group therapy and workshops that can help you work through the recovery process, become resilient to shame, and prevent future relapses. Learn more about how our therapy groups can help you rebuild trust and connection, and buffer your recovery.

mens sex addiction group
early men's recovery group
partners of sex addicts groups
the daring way

From Our Therapy Blog

  • The Key to Sexual Desire is Responsibility
    The Key to Sexual Desire is Responsibility
    July 18, 2017 by
    The Key to Sexual Desire is Responsibility Frustration is the most common reason that I see couples who are dealing with low sexual desire. One person is frustrated with the other person. In fact, both are usually frustrated with each other. They struggle to sexually connect, but don’t know what...
  • The Power of Checking In
    The Power of Checking In
    July 14, 2017 by
    The Power of Checking In In many relationships, people will get busy with their daily lives. Things can feel like they are going OK, and for the most part, they are. Working and raising children can take a lot of time and energy. If you don’t check in, this tends...
  • The Importance of a Sexual Compulsivity Relapse Prevention Plan
    The Importance of a Sexual Compulsivity Relapse Prevention Plan
    July 5, 2017 by
    The Importance of a Sexual Compulsivity Relapse Prevention Plan Stopping a behavior pattern isn’t an easy thing to do. It’s also not enough to just stop the behavior. Stopping the behavior pattern is the first hurdle. However, making an ongoing change is another challenge altogether. This is where many people...
  • 6 Rules for a Successful Open Relationship
    6 Rules for a Successful Open Relationship
    June 27, 2017 by
    6 Rules for a Successful Open Relationship Can open relationships ever work? Of course they can, if they are consensual. However, that doesn’t mean that they don’t come with their own set of complications. Unfortunately, many people stumble into this territory with feelings of betrayal and lost trust. Open relationships...
  • How Thinking Systemically Can Help LGBT Families
    How Thinking Systemically Can Help LGBT Families
    June 26, 2017 by
    How Thinking Systemically Can Help LGBT Families Have you ever heard of systemic therapy? Do you know what thinking systemically entails? Have you ever given any thought to how many systems exist in one family? If you have never heard of these concepts, it is completely fine (I had never...