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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-Candy Marcum, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Natalie Knox, MA, LMFT-Associate, LPC-Intern

Supervisor-Candy Marcum, LPC-S, LMFT-S

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

From Our Therapy Blog

  • Shame and Sexual Dysfunction
    Shame and Sexual Dysfunction
    February 20, 2018 by
    Shame and Sexual Dysfunction In almost every case of sexual dysfunction, shame is not far behind. We are taught that sex should just work. If you love someone and you’re attracted to them, your body should just do what you want it to do, right? Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that...
  • The Power of Talk: How to Improve Your Ability to Voice Your Concerns
    The Power of Talk: How to Improve Your Ability to Voice Your Concerns
    February 15, 2018 by
    The Power of Talk: How to Improve Your Ability to Voice Your Concerns You are sitting at your desk, rocking nervously in your chair, replaying the conversation between you and a coworker on a loop. You should say something, something to express your discomfort with the statements made, but how?...
  • Love and Lust Don't Have to Be Opposites
    Love and Lust Don’t Have to Be Opposites
    February 6, 2018 by
    Love and Lust Don’t Have to Be Opposites It is common to read articles about “Love versus Lust.” However, these things don’t have to be on opposite ends of any kind of a spectrum. Love is often considered healthy, beautiful and “good.” So where does this leave lust? In this...
  • What to Do When You Waited Too Long to See a Therapist
    What to Do When You Waited Too Long to See a Therapist
    January 30, 2018 by
    What to Do When You Waited Too Long to See a Therapist Unfortunately, it’s common for people to wait “too long” to take that step of seeking out a therapist. I see this most often with people who are dealing with addictions, and people who are having relationship issues. In...
  • Traumatic Shame in Living with HIV
    Traumatic Shame in Living with HIV
    January 26, 2018 by
    Traumatic Shame in Living with HIV Over the past 2 decades, there have been tremendous advancements in the treatment of HIV. Despite this, there is still a lot of shame that people live with when they have HIV. HIV is associated with illness and even something as silly as “sexual...