Posted in: Blog on October 12, 2019.
We at Innisfree Therapy know that starting your recovery journey can be hard, but we are so excited by our current team and their diverse … Continue reading Have you met the Innisfree Team?
Posted in: Blog on September 12, 2019.
We often see clients in therapy who started looking at pornography at a very young age, but we are seeing an increasing number of young … Continue reading Talk to your children about smart phones
Posted in: Blog on August 1, 2019.
We are very pleased to welcome José Periera to the Innisfree team, as our Clinical Manager José is a highly experienced Addiction Therapist and has … Continue reading Welcome our new Clinical Manager José
Posted in: Blog on July 1, 2019.
With this year’s Pride set to be bigger and better than ever, we wanted to share some useful resources with you: Are you new to … Continue reading Innisfree wish you a happy and safe Pride month
Posted in: Blog on May 19, 2019.
For Women who have been impacted by their partner’s Compulsive Sexual Behaviour Disorder (CSBD) At Innisfree Therapy, we recognise the need for specialist support for … Continue reading Weekly Relational Trauma Psychotherapy Group for Women
Posted in: Blog on April 8, 2019.
If you have an interest in keeping up with the latest in CSBD and Sex Addiction news and articles, do be sure to follow us … Continue reading Are you interested in CSBD and Sex Addiction news?
Posted in: Blog on March 8, 2019.
During the last decade or so, there has been heated debate regarding whether Sex Addiction is a real disorder and if it should be recognised … Continue reading Why are we using the term CSBD and not Sex Addiction?
Rob shares his view on the recent changes to the Obscene Publications Act.
I am rarely shocked anymore, but can still be surprised by what people find sexually arousing or enjoyable and with the advent of the internet, the choices, variety and intrigue have become endless. The law was not keeping up with changing attitudes to sex and obscentiy and this change in law provides clarity to what can be confusing enough.
Some of our clients have found themselves crossing a legal line that they were not necessarily aware existed. With clarity comes the opportunity for healthy choices and I think it is unlikely that clarity will result in an increased use of illegal porn or an increase in illegal behaviour.
The increased debate and discussion that this change in law invites can only be healthy. There are many people out there using porn to enhance and facilitate healthy relationships and having a good time. It is only when there are negative consequences to porn use that we find individuals and couples presenting for treatment at Innisfree – having clearer laws is helpful for us all.
You can read about the changes to the obscenity laws here.
Posted in: Blog on January 1, 2019.
We at Innisfree Therapy wish you a very happy new year and hope that 2019 is happy and peaceful for you. You can keep up … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Posted in: Blog on December 7, 2018.
What are our clients getting from attending our Workshops? At Innisfree Therapy we believe psycho-education plays an important element supporting clients gain awareness and understanding, … Continue reading What are our clients getting from attending our Workshops?