Are you in recovery but wanting additional help to improve your sexual integrity? Have you made some progress but feel true integrity is still a bit elusive? Are you hungry for some next steps in your journey?
Steps of Recovery is a great follow up for our 40 Days of Purity for Men, Gateway to Freedom workshops, or any other introductory program. This is an 8-day course discusses a recovery model developed by Dr. Earl Wilson; a pioneer in treating compulsive sexual behavior. Wilson, founder of Tough Stuff Ministries and author of Restoring the Fallen and Steering Clear, has guided hundreds of men to recovery as a Christian therapist. A teacher of counselors, Dr. Wilson provides a humble yet powerful example of what recovery can look like.
Here are the kinds of things you will learn in this course:
- What are the developmental stages that lead to compulsive sexual behavior that will need to be addressed?
- What are the four developmental stages that Wilson believes are necessary for recovery?
- Things we need to consider in our accountability relationships for them to be effective.
- The role of boundaries in successful recovery.
- Exercise to apply Dr. Wilson’s training to our own lives.
- And much, much more!
Let Steps of Recovery be your next step in your journey toward sexual integrity.
TIME COMMITMENT: 8-day course requiring approximately 15 minutes per day.
BONUS HELP: This course is self-paced over 8 days, but if you ever have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com or 210-822-8201. Of course, it’s also yours for life to review as often as you’d like.
WE GUARANTEE IT: If you complete this course and do not believe worth it, we will gladly refund your money without asking a question.
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Dr. Earl Wilson received his ThB. degree from Multnomah University and his Ph.D from the University of Oregon. Earl became a counselor at Idaho State University and then a faculty member at the University of Nebraska, where he was promoted to tenured full professor and director of the Counseling Psychology and Rehabilitation Counseling Programs. Earl has taught counseling at the National University for Teachers Education in Tehran, Iran and was later in the faculty of Western Seminary as a professor in the doctoral program in psychology. Earl returned to private practice and shifted his focus to men who are entrenched in sexually compulsive behavior (sexual addiction). Earl has authored and co-authored 15 books and booklets.