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We help people who are struggling with sexual issues, sexual addiction, substance abuse, and self-acceptance find happiness in their relationships and in their lives.

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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.

We help people overcome problems with addictions, intimacy issues, betrayal, and dissatisfaction, to find happiness in their lives. If you're struggling in your life or your relationship because of sexual compulsivity, compulsive pornography use, sexual dysfunction, cheating and infidelity, or substance abuse, contact us today.
We will get you the help you need to build a life of trust, closeness and connection.

All of our services are LGBT affirming. If you are struggling with problems with self-acceptance, fear of coming out, or shame, we can help you with this as well.


Our Therapy Services

sex addiction
couples therapy
lgbt affirming
partner therapy
sex therapy
substance abuse

Meet Our Team


Chemical Dependency Counselor in Dallas

Zach Ramsey, MS, LPC-Intern, LCDC, CSAT-C

Supervisor-Shelly Turner, LPC-S #15450

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

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

  • Taking Steps to Connect Is All About Accepting Fear
    Taking Steps to Connect Is All About Accepting Fear
    February 15, 2017 by
    Taking Steps to Connect Is All About Accepting Fear I recently came across a request from a journalist who was asking for ways that people can be “fearless” when trying to connect or make changes in their lives. It’s understandable to want to erase fear from your life when stepping...
  • The Real Danger of "50 Shades of Grey" Has Nothing to Do with Kink
    The Real Danger of “50 Shades of Grey” Has Nothing to Do with Kink
    February 10, 2017 by
    The Real Danger of “50 Shades of Grey” Has Nothing to Do with Kink Some have credited 50 Shades of Grey for bringing kink awareness into the mainstream. Despite this, there are people and professionals who continue to view such expression as unhealthy. This makes kink a taboo and sometimes...
  • Valentine's Day: Meaningful or Meaningless?
    Valentine’s Day: Meaningful or Meaningless?
    February 6, 2017 by
    Valentine’s Day: Meaningful or Meaningless? Valentine’s Day is associated with relationships, love, and passion. But what does it really mean? Some people put a great deal of emphasis on this day. Meanwhile, others view this day as pointless and ignore it altogether. Valentine’s Day does come with its own sense...
  • Gaslighting Makes the Real Unreal
    Gaslighting Makes the Real Unreal
    January 31, 2017 by
    Gaslighting Makes the Real Unreal Gaslighting is a term that is used for someone who is being lied to, but also convinced that their reality isn’t actually real. This term is commonly associated with affairs and cheating. When one person in a relationship has solid evidence that something is wrong...
  • Managing "Flooding" in Your Relationship
    Managing “Flooding” in Your Relationship
    January 30, 2017 by
    Managing “Flooding” in Your Relationship Flooding is a term that is used to describe intense emotional reactions. Sometimes, these reactions can be displayed outwardly. They can include lashing out, yelling, screaming, and belligerence. There are reasons for this. This person might not believe that they are going to be heard...