I’m away this week and I will post again on 2/24, so for now my cat is holding down the fort.  Truth in advertizing: my cat is a lousy therapist.

catBill Cosby once said  “all cats do is shed on the rug and make you sneeze” but I think they do a lot more.   My cat is entertaining, ornamental, and a good hunter.  And I guess that’s what cats are for.   Then too, I have read that petting a cat can lower your blood pressure.

When I return I thought I would tackle the question of what to look for in a sex addiction therapist.  Why are there specialists  in sex addiction, and what can they do that other therapists can’t?

If you have thoughts, questions or experiences on this issue that you would like to share perhaps I can  include them.

Until then have a Happy Presidents’ Day!

 

 

 

 


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    Last reviewed: 24 Feb 2014

APA Reference
Hatch, L. (2014). The Cat Will See You Now. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 27, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/sex-addiction/2014/02/the-cat-will-see-you-now/

 




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