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About Rodney.

From Wall Street to Harley Street

Rodney Collins, Director of PhocusLife, is one of London’s leading Psychotherapists in the fields of porn and sex addiction treatment.

Our approach is comprehensive and grounded in social, neurobiological and psychological elements. We help you to analyze your relationships and lifestyle. We focus on improving your physical health, fitness and nutrition. And, we provide the psychological support needed to propel you through your sexual addiction on the way to meeting your life’s goals.

Academic Qualifications

  • MSc in the Clinical and Public Health Aspects of Addiction from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
  • MSc in Psychoanalytic Theory from University College London
  • Postgraduate diploma in Group Psychotherapy from Goldsmiths College
  • MBA in Finance and International Business from Columbia University
  • BSc in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Clinical Background

  • Honorary Clinical Researcher, South London and Maudsley Trust, NHS; Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London (National Addiction Centre)
  • Honorary Psychotherapist, St. Thomas’ Hospital London, NHS
  • Psychotherapist, Drug and Alcohol Foundation, Westminster, London

About Porn.

Sex and porn addiction are real. They involve sexual behaviors that you can’t easily control and that cause damage to your life.

Here are a few questions to help you determine if you have a problem:

  • Have you tried to stop the behavior only to return to it at a later date?
  • Have you suffered insomnia, anxiety, tiredness, depression, headaches or other ill effects as a result of stopping the sexual behavior in question?
  • Has the frequency and/or intensity of the sexual behavior increased over time?
  • Do you have difficulty stopping the behavior once you’ve begun it?
  • Do partners, family members, work colleagues, or friends complain about the behavior or its consequences like lateness, inattention, lack of drive, or unreliability?
  • Do you continue with the behavior despite physical or psychological harm to yourself?
  • Do you fantasize about sex often?
  • Does fantasizing seem more important than the actual sex?

These are just a few questions that help you answer whether or not you have a problem. The more questions that you answer ‘yes’ to and the longer you’ve experienced the above, the more likely it is that you have a problem.

What are the benefits of treatment?

  • Curb your addiction and you’ll no longer have to lie to your partner and others about where you’ve been and what you’ve been doing.
  • You’ll regain the time lost to your uncontrollable sexual behavior.
  • The damage to your self-esteem can begin to be repaired.
  • If you join a group, you’ll meet others like you. You’re not alone.
  • Getting the facts about sex and porn addiction and what it takes to beat it is worth its weight in gold.
  • Wasting money on your addiction can be a thing of the past.
  • You can focus on your relationship again.

Porn and Sex Addiction help in London.

Porn and Sex Addiction help in London.

Porn and sex addiction treatment is what I do.

I’ve been working with both for over a decade now and have never ceased to be amazed at the damage they cause.

Relationships suffer. Careers are threatened. Good men and women are left with neither explanation nor solution for their uncontrollable behavior.

Partners of porn and sex addicts are even more confused by what’s going on. They feel an understandably intense anger upon discovery of the addict’s behavior. That anger is accompanied by a sense of shame and confusion about what happens next.

Overcoming porn and sex addiction requires someone trained in both substance abuse and sex addiction as the two often overlap. I’m trained at Master’s degree level to work with both. Group work is the most effective mode of treatment for addictions, and I have a special qualification as a group therapist as well.

I’m not a sex therapist. I’m an addictions therapist trained in sex and its addictive processes. As a result, I see clearly that sex is an agent of addiction like the rest. I don’t get caught up in the morality of sex. I focus on helping those in need to break free of the damaging cycle of their behavior.

Call today or send a message to schedule an appointment. Your life changes paths the moment you do.

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