Men’s Intensive: A 2 Day Workshop
If you are serious about making a change in your life and are seeking a program to help you begin an intentional process of growth, you’ve found the best place to start. Our 2-Day Men’s Intensive Workshops are the most effective and affordable workshops in the country for men dealing with sexual brokenness (includes porn addiction, affairs – both emotional & physical, and any type of addictive/compulsive sexual behavior). The intensive workshop is a two-day event of teaching and small group interaction led by two Master’s Level Certified Sex Addiction Therapists (CSAT).
The focus of the 2-Day Men’s Intensive Workshops is not just about developing strategies to stop acting out behaviors, but also beginning to understand the “holes in our souls” and the thought patterns that drive us. We seek to help men grow emotionally and spiritually. It is only in a relationship with God that any of us can truly heal. The workshop format is flexible, depending on the needs of the group, but includes a mixture of lecture, group discussion, individual reflection time and experiential assignments.
The workshop is a short-term, intensive setting that maximizes your investment of time and money. The two-day workshop provides the equivalent of almost 6 months of weekly counseling and is a huge jump-start or boost for your recovery. We utilize pre-work assessments for each of the participants through IITAP.
The workshop is clinical, meaning the leaders are at least master’s level, licensed counselors who are specifically trained and certified in treating sexual addiction. We use a comprehensive approach that addresses not only the acting out behavior, but also its roots. Each person develops a specific recovery plan to guide his process after the workshop. All the work is done in a group process throughout the workshop. Individual counseling is not part of the workshop.
Upcoming Men’s Intensives
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A Ministry of Ebenezer Place Workshops
1 Samuel 7:12 – Samuel then took a large stone…and he named it Ebenezer (which means “the stone of help”), for he said, “Up to this point the LORD has helped us!”