Portland Wellness Center - Astrid Green, MS, LPC, CSAT
12-Step Recovery Groups:
                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                         
ADDICTS
 
Sex Addicts Anonymous: www.sexaa.org
SAA
 
Sexaholics Anonymous: www.sa.org
SA
 
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous: www.slaafws.org
SLAA
 
PARTNERS AND FAMILIES
 
Codependents of Sexual Addicts: www.cosa-recovery.org
COSA
 
S-Anon International Family Groups: www.sanon.org
S-Anon
 
Recovery Couples Anonymous: www.recovery-couples.org
RCA
 
LOCAL RESOURCE
 
Rose City Recovery Connection: www.rc-rc.info/12steplinks.html
 
Additional Resources
 
Society For the Advancement of Sexual Health: www.sash.net
SASH
 
International Institute for Trauma  and Addiction Professionals:www.iitap.com
IITAP
 
SexHelp.com: www.sexhelp.com
 
Gentle Path Press: www. gentlepath.com
Listed resources available here. 
 
 
Inpatient Treatment Facilities
 
The New Orleans Institute: Treatment for Trauma-Based Disorders, Compulsive Behaviors and Eating Disorders.  1-800-598-2040
  
Pine Grove: Behavioral Health and Addiction Services. 1-888-574-HOPE
 
The Meadows: Recovery Becomes Reality. 1-800-632-3697
 
Serenity Lane: Treatment Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies.
Oregon Treatment facility.
 
Life Healing Center:  Intensive Trauma Resolution Treatment
1-800-989-7406
 
Recommended Reading
 
Books by Dr. Patrick Carnes, Ph.D - Sexual Addiction Treatment Pioneer.
 
Don't Call it Love: Recovery From Sexual Addiction.  ( His groundbreaking book)
 
Out of the Shadows: Understanding Sexual Addiction
 
A Gentle Path Through the Twelve Steps.
 
Sexual Anorexia: Overcoming Sexual Self- Hatred
 
The Betrayal Bond: Breaking Free Of Exploitive Relationships.
 
Additional Reading:
 
Mending a Shattered Heart: A Guide for Partners of Sex Addicts
Edited by Dr. Stephanie Carnes, Ph. D.
 
Your Sexually Addicted Spouse:  How Partners Can Cope and Heal
By Barbara Steffens and Marsha Means
 
Disclosing Secrets: When , to Whom, and How Much to Reveal.
Authors: Jennifer Schneider, MD and Deborah Corley.
 
Codependent No More:  How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring For Yourself. Author: Melody Beattie
 
Ready to Heal: Women Facing Love, Sex, and Relationship Addiction.
Author: Kelly McDaniel
 
Survivors: Stories and Strategies to Heal the Hurt
Author: Dr. John Preston, Ph.D.
 
Opening Up:  The Healing Power of Expressing Emotions.
Author:  Dr. James Pennebaker, Ph.D.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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