The Couple's Guide to Intimacy: How Sexual Reintegration Therapy Can Help Your Relationship Heal
Publish Date: 2010-09-15
Author: Dr. Bill Bercaw CSAT CST;Dr. Ginger Bercaw CSAT CST
As psychologists specializing in treating sex addiction, our jobs require us to work closely with people whose lives have fallen apart. Not all couples choose to rebuild, and that is always a very personal decision. This book is for those who do, and then often find themselves wondering, How can we have a healthy sex life after sex addiction? We have answered this question by developing Sexual Reintegration Therapy(SRT). If you have a vision for a better relationship, SRT gives you the plan. Even if you cannot see clearly how your wounded relationship can be healed, SRT will offer you that hope. SRT consists of a progressive series of clearly defined experiences (that we have been using successfully with our clients for years) that will help you address core intimacy issues that need upgrading. The lack of a structured program to promote healthy sexuality after sexual addiction has been a major source of frustration for many couples. It is also why so many of our professional colleagues, including Dr. Patrick Carnes, have been urging us to publish this book. A man who was nearing the end of the SRT program with his wife summed up his experience this way: This program has been more helpful to us than anything else we've tried. We knew what we wanted- we just needed a plan that could get us there.