Porn Recovery UK Information and support for those affected by Pornography and Cybersex

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Psychotherapists, counsellors and other psych-professionals

An important part of the Porn Recovery UK mission is to try to get therapists and counsellors interested in working therapeutically with issues around porn and cybersex 'addictions' or dependencies. 'While it is never going to be easy work,' says Duncan E. Stafford, psychotherapist, supervisor and author of Turned On: Intimacy in a pornized society, 'there seems an out-of-proportion aversion to working with the subject matter from therapists and an unwillingness to address the fact that our pornized society is causing deep wounds in susceptible users.' (Read WHY therapists need to know about porn)

It is not just the users of porn like Stephanie that need help it is also anyone who is affected by their actions. The view of Porn Recovery UK is that in order to support the partners and families of users therapists need to have enough knowledge of the current subject matter to really help and support. In short, to work with the issues effectively we need to know something about the routes into pornography - and this is something that has changed greatly over time. Marc's story is typical of a man from his mid 30s upwards, Jake's story much more representative of the new dangers there are for those in the younger age ranges.

Duncan runs specialist supervision (face to face or via telephone) and CPD training in working with pornography and cybersexual addictions at his private practice in Cambridge, UK, and feels deeply that the changes of access that have been brought about by broadband Internet connections in recent years are having a greater effect on young people and their relationships than we currently realize.



Continuing Professional Development Training (CPD)
Working in a relaxed, private setting, we are happy to arrange bespoke 1 to 1 or up to 3 to 1 CPD sessions in working with pornography and cybersexual addicitions. CPD training is with psychotherapist, supervisor and author Duncan E. Stafford. Email Duncan directly to arrange an informal conversation about your CPD requirements in this area of work.




Supervision For Working With Pornography and Cybersexual Users
Porn Recovery UK offers supervision sessions, face to face or via telephone. Choose from consultative standalone sessions or an ongoing supervision arrangement with an appropriate frequency for your workload or professional bodies' requirements. Feel free to contact us via email for help and support with your own professional work.


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