Group Therapy for Female Sex and Love Addiction, Women’s Healthy Intimacy And Partners or Spouses of Sexual Addiction.
Women’s Healthy Intimacy
Are you a woman who identifies with looking for love in all the wrong places? Do you struggle with falling in love or in bad by the third date? Do suffer with shame about sexual behaviors? Have you been in a pattern of toxic relationships or been betrayed by unavailable men. Then, this group is specifically designed for you. In group we will create a safe sanctuary for you to grow and start manifesting the happiness and peace that you deserve in relationships.
Healing from Heartbreak Group
Are you a spouse or partner of a sexual addict? Or have you been betrayed by a partner having an affair? This group was made for you. In this group, we look at the trauma, anger and destruction that has formed because of the betrayal. We heal from the pain by setting boundaries, gaining mutual support from others in the same situation and learn new patterns of communication to assist in the relationship.
Women in Action
Are you a woman in recovery from addiction/alcoholism? Are you a bit resistant to 12 step groups? Do you find it hard to get a sponsor or find adequate support for your recovery. This group is created to offer the adequate support that it takes to be in recovery. It can be very challenging socially to be in early recovery. This group offers a safe place to process being sober and to learn how the negative self talk, lack of vulnerability, and judgment keep you stuck.
- Group therapy is designed to work in conjunction with individual therapy. Therefore, to be a group member, you must have a primary therapist of your own that you see on an individual basis.
- All groups are structured in 12 week modules. We meet for twelve weeks, then break for two weeks. The next 12 week module will begin after the two week break. You and your therapist can decide whether to continue in another module.
- Payment for group will be at the beginning of each month and will be charged on a monthly basis, not a week by week basis. This ensures your spot in group as well as your commitment to the group.
What types of insurance do you accept?
Currently, I do not accept insurance. However, each of my clients receive a monthly super bill which can be submitted to their insurance company for reimbursement.
Do you offer individual therapy?
Yes we absolutely do offer individual therapy sessions!
Our one on one sessions run 50 minutes and allow us the time to understand and discover some of the most important items in your world.
We would be grateful to listen to you and offer counseling to the areas of interest you would like to explore.
What treatment modalities do you use?
I use many different modalities of therapy. I do not believe that all people require the same formula to treat. Therefore, my approach is not a “one size fits all” approach. Each and every client is treated with a customized plan of action.
However, I will say, the ones that are most commonly used is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), Experiential Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and the 12 Step Approach.
What is group therapy?
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy to work in conjunction with individual therapy. Group therapy is designed to help people through a lens of mutual support. A powerful thing happens when a group of people struggling with the same issue unite together for connection and healing. Other people’s experiences and growth can be motivating, encouraging, and ultimately catapults someone into their journey of healing.
What is the commitment for group?
Commitment is important. The safety and sanctity of the group depend on each group member showing up and being dedicated to her own process.
Each module is 12 weeks long. After that 12 weeks, we take a 2 week break. After the two week break, we launch another 12 week module. You may choose to join another 12 weeks or not.
So, I ask that you commit to 12 weeks (3 months).
Is this confidential?
Group is a confidential space. A safe sanctuary is vital for the group to thrive. What is said in group, stays in group. Everyone is to sign a contract of confidentiality in order to enter.
I don’t really like or trust women and feel uneasy about a women’s group. How will an all female group help me?
Many times, we have been betrayed or tarnished by relationships with other women in our life. We may have thought of other women as being our “competition” or “back stabbers”. This bias is the ultimate reason to be vulnerable with other women. An all female group will help you as a woman to build trust with other women which creates a connection of safety. This is the best way to create a trust, love and connection with you, to create self love and the BEST YOU!
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“I was in a very low place when I met Kim Litton. I had sought out help from therapists before with little results. This left me feeling hopeless until I met Kim. She has drastically changed my life and given me hope and endless support during my recovery. I thought my sex addiction would ruin my life forever but Kim has helped me to see the light at the end of the tunnel. For the first time in my life, I do not feel alone in my addiction.”G.
“I first met Kim when she was the program director of the IOP I was attending. Right away, I felt a sense of ease talking to her, like she wouldn’t judge me for anything I told her. As a former addict, she could understand why I felt and did things the way I did. I look forward to my weekly sessions with her as she provides me with guidance and validation as I continue along on my journey.”J.
“You can change what you’d like but this is my truth without saying f*ck!!! I adore you Let me start by saying I have never written a testimonial for anyone or any company (and that includes a Yelp review) but I a compelled to write about Kim Litton. I have been in counseling of every type (Talk, EMDR, DBT, CBT, psychiatry and others) since I was eleven years old due to trauma. In my life I’ve experienced molestation, witnessing death, drinking, drugs, cutting, abusive relationships, and other traumatic events. Anxiety, panic, depression, self loathing all became a normal way of life for me. I am now 51 and after 40 years of trying to get help from healthcare professionals and it failing I believed I would have to live my life without having ever experienced inner peace, a healthy and loving relationship with myself or anyone else, and I wouldn’t experience true joy. I accepted that I was unable to be helped and this was my lot in life. I was referred to Kim Litton who has saved me life. Kim is the first therapist I wasn’t able to hide from. After 49 years this was the first time a therapist sat in their chair without pen and paper, without looking at the clock and looked at me with both the brilliance of a clinician and the eyes of someone who cared about my well being. As she would lean forward in her chair with both feet firmly on the ground she would sometimes say, “that’s beautiful” and other times she’d say “let’s get back to the stuff you don’t want to talk about.” Wow, that was hard to hear. I was so used to avoiding talking about my “real” issues and talking about “so tell me how was your week” that I was kind of shocked. Kim is a beautiful woman, soft spoken, with a slight southern accent. But more importantly she is a relentless fighter for her clients to get well. I have been able to cope “or not really” with my life as it was. With Kim’s guidance I was able to hear, then understand, and now believe that I don’t need to live like this. It didn’t take many months or years of therapy with Kim for me to come to this overwhelming epiphany. What it did take was someone who is a master at her craft. I cannot put into words my deeply heartfelt gratitude to Kim for giving me the guidance to help get me to a place where I am willing and wanting to do the necessary work that already has and will continue to get me to a place of internal peace. My story may be different from yours, but ultimately we are seeking counseling to be able live a happier and healthier life. So yes I am writing my first testimonial, not only for Kim but for you. I am a living testimonial of the importance of having an amazing therapist. I am on the road to recovery because of the most amazing soul I’ve ever met, Kim Litton. I am and will forever be grateful.”A.