Meditation Awareness Training for the Treatment of Sex Addiction: A Case Study

@inproceedings{Gordon2016MeditationAT,
  title={Meditation Awareness Training for the Treatment of Sex Addiction: A Case Study},
  author={William Van Gordon and Edo Shonin and Mark D. Griffiths},
  booktitle={Journal of behavioral addictions},
  year={2016}
}
Background Sex addiction is a disorder that can have serious adverse functional consequences. Treatment effectiveness research for sex addiction is currently underdeveloped, and interventions are generally based on the guidelines for treating other behavioral (as well as chemical) addictions. Consequently, there is a need to clinically evaluate tailored treatments that target the specific symptoms of sex addiction. It has been proposed that second-generation mindfulness-based interventions (SG… CONTINUE READING
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