November 20 2017

Obsessive Porn Use, Relapses, How To Respond

Kevin Skinner, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

Dr. Skinner Answers: My husband struggles with obsessive pornography use. He’s working towards recovery. What do I do when he has a “relapse?” How do I respond to effectively communicate my feelings?

 
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About the Author

Dr. Kevin Skinner is the co-founder and Clinical Director of Bloom, an online company for women working to heal from the trauma of infidelity and betrayal. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, he's been helping individuals and families for over 18 years. He's authored the best-selling books “Treating Pornography Addiction”, and "Treating Trauma From Sexual Betrayal." As a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists, he's worked with and trained other clinicians as a supervisor and presenter. He has created online assessments for more than 250,000 individuals that center on relationship intimacy, betrayal trauma and pornography and sex addiction. These assessments serve as a helpful guide to developing the best treatment for people who want to work toward recovery.