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Moving Beyond Betrayal:

The 5-Step Boundary Solution for Partners of Sex Addicts

Partners of sex addicts experience dire consequences from the devastating impact of intimate partner betrayal. You need the very best in self-care and self-protection as you navigate the difficult and painful process of discovery, disclosure, and beyond. In other words—you need boundaries. Moving Beyond Betrayal is the first book for partners affected by chronic sexual betrayal that guides you through a step-by-step process of identifying, creating, and maintaining boundaries as a vital component of self-care and an indispensable tool for your healing and growth.

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Finally. THE book to help partners of sex addicts reclaim the most powerful part of their life after suffering from intimate betrayal!

Alexandra Katehakis, Founder and Clinical Director, Center for Healthy Sex

Meet Vicki

Vicki received her certification as a sex addiction therapist (CSAT) from the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals under the direction of Patrick Carnes, a pioneer in the field of sexual addiction recovery. She was certified as a Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner (SEP) by the Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute.

Vicki has trained extensively with Pia Mellody, senior clinical advisor of The Meadows, both in Pia’s family of origin trauma model (Survivors I & II) as well as couples boundary work. She has presented at national conferences, for The Meadows Lecture Series, 12-step communities, as well as professional, healthcare, and faith-based organizations on a variety of topics including boundaries, relational trauma, and mindfulness.

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Latest posts from: Survival Strategies for Partners of Sex Addicts

Disclosure Self-Care for Partners [Part I]

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Formal Therapeutic Disclosure (FTD) is a milestone for any couple who wants to rebuild their relationship after the devastation of chronic sexual betrayal. FTD—as experienced by partners of sex addicts—can be simultaneously terrifying, and greatly anticipated. On the one hand, partners look forward to getting information they need and deserve. On the other hand, they feel… Continue Reading…

Should You Be the Addict’s Accountability Partner?

For a relationship impacted by betrayal to heal, the partner responsible for the betrayal must engage in certain trust-building and accountability actions. Accountability can include: Sharing passwords for bank, email, and phone accounts Reviewing bank, email, or phone accounts together as a couple Installing a tracking app on a personal cell phone to demonstrate transparency around… Continue Reading…

Practicing Detachment [4 Guidelines]

One of the members of my partner’s online community recently asked me about detachment. She had just learned about the concept of detachment, and wanted to know how she could stay connected to her husband in the way she wants to—and the way her faith encourages her to do—while at the same time being detached. This is… Continue Reading…

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