Women’s Love Addiction Weekend Workshop

at Center for Healthy Sex


November 17-19, 2017 FULL
JUST ANNOUNCED – January 19-21, 2018

  • Are you often attracted to unavailable partners?
  • Feel like you can’t stay but can’t leave a toxic relationship?
  • Obsessed with thinking about a current or former lover?
  • Feel resentful that you’re always taking care of the other person?
  • Do you struggle with dating apps, overtexting or internet creeping?

This experiential workshop will give you the tools you need to break free of problematic relational patterns and start developing your core sense of authentic emotional intimacy.

First, you’ll learn what love addiction is, examine your own destructive cycle, explore its historical roots and deconstruct the cultural beliefs about sex, love and femininity that fuel it. Next, you’ll deepen your understanding of healthy romantic relationships, create a personalized plan to help you reduce harmful behaviors and learn how to expand your capacity for personal integrity, intimacy and erotic radiance.

This workshop takes an integrated approach to treating love addiction, drawing on the latest therapeutic interventions and science-based research about intimacy, desire, love, sexual health and happiness.

Lisa_new_photoLisa Palac, MFT, MA, Clinical Associate at Center for Healthy Sex, has been facilitating women’s sexual potential for over 20 years. Her work focuses on love and sex addiction, relational healing and sexual well-being. She also runs a weekly women’s intimacy group at CHS. Lisa is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). LMFT #101981

The Women’s Love Addiction Weekend Workshop will take place at
Center for Healthy Sex
10700 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 311
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Friday, January 19: 7-9pm
Saturday, January 20: 9am-5pm
Sunday, January 21: 9am-5pm

Early Bird Registration (before December 19): $350
Regular Registration: $395

Lunch included Saturday and Sunday
Limited to 10 participants

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