Addiction can rear its ugly head through many avenues, one of them being through reliance on sex and pornography. Addiction to sex and pornography is all too prevalent and all too powerful. Desert Solace recovery center is fully equipped and ready to help you overcome your addiction.
At Desert Solace treatment Center in Utah, we want to help you through your addiction so you can live a healthy and fulfilling life. One of the main addictions we focus on treating is sex addiction. Sex addiction is a dangerous condition that can be very harmful. Sex addiction can result in one pressuring their
Desert Solace is committed to helping patients overcome their addictions, ranging from sex and pornography addictions to gambling and substance abuse. Mark Jorgensen and his team’s mission is to get their patients and their families back to living a healthy life by building successful plans to carry out after treatment is complete. Desert Solace is
Desert Solace is a residential recovery center in southern Utah that was founded in 2011 by Mark Jorgensen. At Desert Solace, we are committed to helping our patients overcome their addictions, ranging from sex and pornography addictions to gambling and substance abuse.
Desert Solace co-founder Jerri Jorgensen explains the role of self-acceptance in addiction treatment, noting that trauma and self-doubt are often at the root of addiction. At Desert Solace, one of the guiding principles is that “the opposite of addiction is connection.” Jorgensen explained that connection to others and oneself is an important part of addiction
Desert Solace co-founder Jerri Jorgensen explains how the residential addiction treatment center helps clients and their loved ones set boundaries to support recovery. During Desert Solace’s addiction treatment program, clients learn to acknowledge their negative emotions and find ways to cope with them without using addictive substances and behaviors. They also learn how to communicate
In the addiction treatment world, sponsors act as a bridge between the world of addiction and the world of recovery. They are people who have been in addiction themselves, but who have worked hard to live in recovery and are now open to helping others in their path.