For the Helping Professional
Are you a "helping professional," and are you working with someone who may be suffering from this addiction? If so, we invite you to e-mail us for additional information, or call us at 201-377-7272.
Who do we mean by "helping professionals?" Anyone who works professionally with others to support their spiritual, mental, and/or physical health. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Psychiatrists and other doctors
- Other clergy
Fellowship members are available to speak to you by phone and to discuss the program at professional conferences. We also have pamphlets geared to the professional about sexual addiction and the SA program, as well as information and contacts for SA meetings in New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Your confidentiality is assured.
Sexuality, Addiction, and the Internet
Our experience tells us that the use of the Internet has become a major avenue of sexual addiction for both men and women, young and old, married and single -- persons from all walks of life. We also know that the inappropriate use of the Internet is a major challenge for the helping professional and the individuals and families they serve.
We invite you to find out more about Sexaholics Anonymous of New Jersey. Please e-mail us or call us at 201-377-7272. NJ SA Professional Resources.