Pamphlet: SA as a Resource for the Health & Helping Professional
In your practice as a helping professional, you may have occasion to counsel someone who is experiencing unmanageability in his or her life due to sexually destructive thinking and behavior.
Table of Contents
- What is Sexaholics Anonymous?
- A Resource for You
- How the Program Works
- SA and Sexaholism
- What Some Health and Helping Professionals Have Learned
- Some Common Objections to SA
- Attending the First SA Meeting
- How to Contact SA
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