Dr. Vicki Harris Wyatt wants you to achieve healthy sexuality. If sex or sexual gratification interfere with your life, your marriage, your relationships, your job or your religion, you may suffer from a sexual addiction and need sex help. At The Wyatt Group, we provide a safe, secure and confidential setting to address these and other very sensitive issues. For more information on individual or group therapy, contact The Wyatt Group or visit us on the web at www.wyattgroup.biz.
At The Wyatt Group, we will help restore you to a healthy sex life and intimacy so that you can enjoy all aspects of life — both sexual and non-sexual.
Dr. Wyatt has been treating people with various sexual disorders and addictions for years utilizing both traditional talk-therapy and other alternative therapy models. Now she uses the “process model” learned from intensive education and certification training offered by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals with specialized training by Dr. Patrick Carnes and Dr. Ken Adams, two of the leading experts in sexual addictions. Dr. Vicki Harris Wyatt is now a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT).
Dr. Wyatt has been hosting a sex addiction group for men for the past several years. These groups generally consist of not more than seven men and focus on identification, treatment, accountability, and aftercare. Call 405.232.1000.
Dr. Wyatt is starting her first women’s sex addict group in 2013. Like the successful men’s groups, Dr. Wyatt will address issues unique to female sex addicts. Groups will be limited to not more than seven women, where issues of identification of the problem, treatment, accountability, and aftercare will be applied. Call 405.232.1000.
Dr. Wyatt is starting a group session program for partners of sex addicts. For years, programs have been available for treatment of sex addicts, but there are few programs or groups available for their spouses or partners. Dr. Wyatt examines both the addict and “family” in her practice. Dr. Wyatt wants to educate partners and spouses and help them heal with the trauma of betrayal, cope with the addict-partner, and hold the partner/spouse accountable. We welcome you to join this new program. (These groups will be divided into a women’s and men’s group). Call 405.232.1000.
For more information on individual and group therapy, contact The Wyatt Group. (Groups are forming regularly–call for more information).