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Weekly Cottonwood Tucson Alumni Meetings*

***Meetings are currently on hold, but will resume soon. Please check back for updates.***
Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Cottonwood Family Program House
Parking: turn North on small dirt driveway located between Cottonwood main entry driveway and barn area.
* Alumni Only
More information and Alumni Announcement Sign Up Form

Phoenix Alumni Meeting

***Meetings are currently on hold, but will resume soon. Please check back for updates.***
7530 E Angus Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Addressing the Clinical Needs of People Who Suffer From Sexual Compulsivity

January 12, 2024

11am EST · 10am CST
9am MST · 8am PST

Presented by: 
Charles Gillespie, MFA, LISAC, CSAT

Charles Gillispie is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor. In this presentation, Charles outlines crucial issues that need to be addressed as counselors attempt to diagnose and treat sexually compulsive behavior. Participants will review the four stages of the process of addiction, the different levels of sex addiction, and a simple way of defining ‘sexual sobriety.’

Learning Objectives: 

• Participants will learn the four phases of process addiction and how to interrupt them.
• Participants will learn the 10 behavior categories of sex addiction.
• Participants will be introduced to the “Task Model” of treatment regarding sex addiction.

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