Seeking Integrity’s treatment is designed to break through the shame and pervasive denial that near always surrounds sexual addiction and related issues. Our program’s strong focus on relationship awareness, peer bonds, and personal accountability leads the men we treat toward personal, sexual, and relationship healing. We invite our clients to move beyond self-obsession and addiction, and to become the best possible version of themselves.
“Why can’t I stop hurting the people I love?”
“Why can’t I stop cheating?”
“Why can’t I stop getting high?”
“Why do I keep breaking promises to myself and others?”
We can help you find answers. (747) 234-4325 (HEAL).
Our clients come to our treatment center for these reasons.
Dr. Rob is a digital-age sex, intimacy disorder, and relationship specialist. He has spent more than 25 years developing addiction rehab programs, educating clinicians, writing, and providing direct care to those challenged by infidelity, sex addiction, and porn addiction. He is the author of numerous books on relationships, addiction, and technology, including the most widely used and up-to-date book on sex and porn addiction, Sex Addiction 101.
Dr. David is a substance abuse expert, certified sex therapist, and clinical psychotherapist. He founded and chaired the South Florida Methamphetamine Task Force, a national coalition addressing the meth epidemic. He also founded Meth & Men South Florida, recently rebranded as No More Meth. He is the author of the only book on paired drug and sex behaviors, Lust, Men, and Meth, and co-producer of the acclaimed documentary film, Crystal City.
Sex and Relationship Healing is an interactive online community providing free information and support to anyone affected by infidelity, sex addiction, porn addiction, paired substance use and sexual behavior (sometimes referred to as chemsex), and other sex and relationship issues. The site offers written information about a wide variety of sex and relationship issues, webinars hosted by well-known therapists, moderated drop-in discussion groups, access to Dr. Rob’s and Dr. David’s “Sex, Love, & Addiction” podcasts, daily inspirations, resources, and more. All are welcome, and everything on the site is available at no charge.
Seeking Integrity was founded in the fall of 2017 to move treatment for sex addiction, pornography addiction, and paired substance use and sexual behavior into the 21st century. We recognize that in today’s increasingly digital world, much of our daily life, including addictive behaviors, takes place via digital technology. With that knowledge, we believe that support and recovery for these issues should no longer be limited to face-to-face experiences at rehabs, workshops, 12-step meetings, and the local coffee house.
At Seeking Integrity, we believe very strongly that building and maintaining a supportive community of recovery (both online and in the real world) is a key to long-term healing. To this end, our treatment programs incorporate ongoing, no-cost online discussion groups, educational webinars, and other digital work as a part of every client’s treatment and aftercare program. Our goal is to keep each client in regular contact with the support network that helped him establish sobriety and recovery, no matter where he lives.
As Dr. Rob created cutting-edge addiction treatment, he also embraced the need for a fresh approach to viewing and treating spouses, partners, parents, and other loved ones of addicts. This led him to develop the concept of Prodependence. This fast-growing model for treating loved ones of addicts pushes aside the long-standing, often problematic challenges of the old codependence model, replacing that blame and shame-filled approach with a more loving and compassionate model.
Dr. Rob introduced the concept of Prodependence in his book, Prodependence: Moving Beyond Codependency. He felt compelled to write this book after three decades spent watching countless spouses, partners, and parents walk away from much-needed therapy and support because they felt labeled, shamed, blamed, and pathologized by a treatment model (codependency) that didn’t fit. Since publication in early 2018, Prodependence has changed the way therapists around the world work with loved ones of addicts and other troubled people.