Sex Addiction Counseling Services

The Second Chance Recovery Center in Mesa, AZ, offers people help with sex addiction. You can have a second chance. Contact us today.

Everyone Deserves a Second Chance

The time is now to change direction. Change your brain; change your life. 

Let me welcome you

I’m Bryan, founder, mentor, and your guide in this journey of becoming sexually whole again.

So let me first say well done. It took courage to even get this far. You never thought you would be searching for help for sex addiction for yourself, or maybe you’re a spouse needing help. Well now that you are here, let me say you’re not alone. I was once an addict also. My wife and I have been there and totally understand. So check over the site, but before you leave, please reach out and let me tell you my story. Then I would like to hear yours. If you are willing to put in the work, I know we can get through this together. I’ll be there with you until the end. You got this!


What is sex addiction? What is pornography addiction?

Sex addiction

is a controversial concept, but it describes an obsession with sexual activity and thoughts. It can include compulsive masturbation, frequent one-night stands, multiple affairs, the use of sex workers, and obsessive pornography consumption. The term covers both physical and psychological activities related to sexual behavior, such as cybersex or phone sex.

People who struggle with sex addiction experience tremendous guilt and shame over their behavior. They may become socially isolated due to their need for secrecy and inability to form meaningful relationships. Even when they are in a committed relationship, they may find it difficult to remain faithful or trustful of their partner’s fidelity.

Pornography addiction

is a type of sex addiction that centers around the compulsive viewing of explicit sexual material. This type of addiction is an even more controversial subject, with many debates over whether it should be viewed as a medical condition or simply a behavior problem.

Regardless, those who suffer from sex addiction need to seek help in order to break their destructive cycle. Treatment may consist of counseling, support groups, and lifestyle changes, such as avoiding triggers and maintaining healthy boundaries. With proper treatment and support, individuals can learn how to manage their addiction and find healthier ways to satisfy their needs.

Together we can help you get your life back.

Feeling Lost?

Shamed, hopeless, even shunned

We understand the shame and guilt you feel when you realize your addiction has taken over your life. We know it can seem like a downward spiral with no way out. You may even feel scared to take steps towards recovery – afraid that in coming out about your addiction, you will lose important relationships or jobs.

But we’re here to help before it’s too late. Before any more damage is done and before things like getting arrested become a reality. With our support, you don’t have to face these fears alone anymore. Take the first step towards recovery today, and let us help you get back on track in regaining control of your life! Together, we can make sure that what’s really good for you stays in your life – and that shame, guilt, and feeling of being lost are all left behind.

We understand how hard it can be to make this step, but you don’t have to go through it on your own any longer. Let us help you break free from addiction and take back the life you deserve! Come join our supportive community of individuals who are also going through the same journey as you – together we can work towards recovery. We believe in you! Let’s get started today.

Found that trying harder to quit didn’t work?

Well let us help you to try smarter not harder. We will deep dive into how, why, and when this addiction started.


Recent research has suggested that sex addiction can have a similar impact on the brain as taking heroin. Studies involving brain scans of sex addicts show that the same reward pathways in the brain are stimulated, creating a similar rush of feel-good hormones and neurotransmitters.

Examine Strongholds 

We will explore your day-to-day activities and dig into the past some to find what has been holding you in captivity to this addiction. The first part of our journey will be very informative and you will learn so much. The material we have is very captivating it will leave you wanting more each week. 

Relapse Prevention

Relapse prevention for sex addiction is an important part of recovery. It involves taking steps to recognize and manage triggers that can lead to relapse, as well as developing strategies and skills to resist cravings and maintain abstinence. Relapse prevention for sex addiction typically involves a combination of therapy, lifestyle changes, and education.

History of Sex Addiction

Alfred Kinsey, who is known as the ‘father of sexology’, was a pioneering researcher in the field of sexual behavior and addiction in the 1950s. We will deep dive into how and why this has a huge impact on addictions in modern society.

Daily Disciplines

We will examine and the daily disciplines of sobriety. It takes changing our old ways and turning towards a new life, as well as being intentional in how we do this with the daily disciplines needed for positive outcomes.


As your mentor, guide, and accountability partner, you will now be able to move forward. It is proven that working with a mentor vs going it alone has a much better success rate. We look forward to working with you.

What we offer

We offer a chance to become healthy and whole again.

Our proven way of dealing with sex addiction is a refreshing way to become the man or woman you want to be. Gone are the clinics gone are the labels and gone are the shaming tactics that many have been known to employ. 

We bring compassion, accountability, and education. We walk with you every step of the way. We were once in your position so we know what you’re going through. Come listen to our story before we even ask you for yours. We truly care for you and want nothing but the best for you and your family.

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