Intense Pornography habits

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About Us

Michelle Barratt Psychology is a Toowong and Redland Bay / Wynnum – Manly Clinical Psychology Practice, and aims to provide treatment for Intense Pornography habits in Brisbane at the highest standard. The practice values implementing support and treatment that not only endeavours to support their clients feel safe, heard and understood, but also strives to offer effective treatment that will empower clients to learn new skills to support them in the future. If you are unsure about what you are dealing with, please don’t hesitate to contact us to support you through the next step of either working out what to do or how to proceed with an appointment.

Pornography

The world we live in today is rife with pornography. Numerous statistics quantify the rise in the number of persons accessing pornography, and considering how quickly it is growing, these figures must be updated frequently.
Pornography addiction can be thought of in the same way as other types of addiction, such as those to substances (drugs/alcohol) or gambling. Broken relationships, a rise in verbal or physical violence, lower productivity, adverse effects on mood and functioning, to name a few, are similar, if not more devastating, repercussions.Pornography addiction may be a sign of poor mental health. What’s worse is that after seeing pornography, people frequently experience feelings of shame, remorse, and self-disappointment, which only serves to exacerbate the person’s already compromised mental condition. Clients frequently describe it as a vicious cycle that they are powerless to stop. Finding the underlying causes of this addiction’s urge to view pornography is necessary for its treatment. The underlying causes are frequently surprising and seem unrelated, but once they are identified, one can start working on addressing them. Clients can have more freedom in this aspect of their lives when coping techniques are used in combination with them.
Christians struggle with this addiction probably even more than other non-Christians do, and Joey is eager to explore how incorrect theological and intrapersonal views might be related to the development of this addiction as well as resolve these issues.
We commend everyone who is battling this addiction and wants to move forwards on their courage and look forwards to helping you get through these challenges. There is no shame or condemnation involved; rather, the emphasis is on getting to know you and your background as well as permanently overcoming your prison.

Author: Joey Tai

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