I’ve been in practice for 37 years. Particularly in NYC – which is rife with every stimuli, means, and cause to sustain sexual addiction – I don’t need a DSM board to tell me that the problem is real. Sexual addiction is a clinical issue and primarily self-destructive.
No pill or patch comes close to a cure. Trickier is that the triggers of relapse are nearly impossible to shut off because the average human is very much a sexual being already. It’s a harsh world for a sexual addict because not a day goes by without some sexually suggestive object. Internet is no escape route, self isn’t one either. Picture a recovering alcoholic rounding every street corner to find liquor in the streets.
Hypnosis treats sex addiction by getting straight into the subconscious brain, also referred to as the reptilian brain, and making new associations for the emotional instincts driving the craving. In the same way that a chocolate lover gets a thrill from more and more chocolate, the addict gets a thrill from more and more intercourse. Almost by nature, that constant thrill-seeking quickly turns destructive. The health risks increase each time, physically and psychologically among other ways.
Remember: When you change your thoughts and impulses through hypnosis, you change your behavior. Folks, neuroplasticity continues to be the most effective treatment method for people with addictions. I can’t emphasize that point enough.
Let me know if you’re ready to schedule your session: 212-599-3195.
When most people talk about “sex” they do so in order to discuss issues like sexual dysfunction and sexual addiction. However, what I’d like to discuss is how hypnosis can transform ordinary sexual acts into extraordinary experiences.
Hypnosis can improve your sexual experiences because it lessens the consciousness of a person concerning self rejection and self image. What it allows is what sex should always be – playful, uninhibited, nonjudgmental interaction between two consenting adults and exploration that goes on and on for as long as each person can hold out.
Hypnosis does and can change your sex life!
For more information about how hypnosis can improve all aspects of your life contact Dr. Gluck at (212) 599-3195.
Do you spend a lot of time by yourself, viewing pornography, masturbating, arranging sexual encounters, fantasizing about , engaging in “cyber-sex,” fantasizing about relationships in which you have total control and acting on these fantasies aggressively?
Are you incapable of feeling remorse or guilt when you lose control of your sex drive, when you can no longer view your partners as human beings but things? And your actions as devoid of consequences?
Some addicts are capable of going steady while entertaining their addictions. It doesn’t help that they’re allowed to do as they please, to keep them happy, because the habits can hurt everybody around — not only loved ones, but professional relationships.
No one can stay with a sex addict, blissfully ignorant of the addiction in between. What happens when the compulsion leads to sex with others who don’t value the sex casually? Wear and tear show. Doubts surface, especially if your partner isn’t present or near. Stalking and obsession take hold, leaving you with the inability to meet your immediate needs sensibly.
These situations may sound melodramatic, awkward, and sappy at their worst, But don’t let those qualities deter you from taking serious action. Just because life doesn’t happen flawlessly, like a movie or a book, doesn’t mean it’s not worth dealing with. They happen.
I have been a successful counselor for both couples and individuals. Listen to your head, particularly in matters of the heart and body. And if your mind isn’t in shape, then I have a strong feeling my methods could improve you and be the perfect match.
Contact Dr. Gluck at (212) 599-3195