Approved Workshop / LCSW, CSW, 7.5 CEUs Daytime Workshop, 2 CEUs Evening Workshop. LMFT, AMFT, 7 CEUs Daytime Workshop, 2 CEUs Evening Workshop. Others pending.

TOPIC: Sexual Addiction is Defined as Aberrant Learning
Involving Incentive Reward Systems and Signaling Cascades
Don Hilton

Don Hilton

is a clinical associate professor in the Department of
Neurosurgery at the University of Texas Health Sciences
Center and serves as director of neurosurgical training for
the residency program at the Methodist Hospital rotation.
He travels and speaks nationally and internationally, and
has published book chapters and peer-reviewed journal
articles, with special interest in minimally invasive spinal
surgery and in neural mechanisms involving addiction. In
2011, he published a peer-reviewed article, which investigated the role of natural
instinctive craving in addiction (co-author) in the journal of the “Proceedings
of the National Academy of Sciences.” In 2013, he published a peer-reviewed
article “Pornography Addiction: A Supranormal Stimulus Considered in the
Context of Neuroplasticity” in the “Socioaffective Neuroscience and Psychology”
journal. Currently, he is listed as one of the “Best Doctors in America” and as a
“Texas Super Doctor.” In addition, Dr. Hilton is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha
Medical Honor Society, and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and
the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.

TOPIC: Practical Ways to Help Clients Get Out of Compulsive
Sexual Behaviors
George Collings

George Collings

is the founder and director of
Compulsion Solutions. He earned a Masters Degree in
Counseling Psychology, with a Transpersonal Specialization
from John F. Kennedy University. He is recognized as an
expert on sexually compulsive behavior. His book
“Breaking The Cycle,” is ranked #1 on Amazon under the
category Sex & Porn Addiction. He has appeared on CNN’s
critically acclaimed series “Anderson Cooper 360º.” In
addition, he has appeared on numerous national, and
international radio and television shows. George is
currently recording videos for an affordable online video course based on his
book. This 10-session course will be available in June on the website

TOPIC:  Why Our Clients Can’t Stop — and How They Can

Many of our clients are already sincerely trying to kick their pornography habit. As they put up a good fight time after time, but keep failing, they start to feel exasperated and eventually even hopeless. Too often, the problem is that they’re exerting themselves in all the wrong ways. They brace against temptation and fight unwanted thoughts, trying to suppress their urges, all in the hope of avoiding the destructive behavior. This presentation will teach four key practices clients can use to shift out of “struggle mode” and gradually shrink the size of the footprint of pornography addiction in their lives until it becomes just another area of life they are effectively managing. These include accepting unwanted thoughts, interrupting the looping mind, getting to the bottom of urges, and pursuing value-based gratifications.

Mark Chamberlain

Mark Chamberlain

Mark Chamberlain is a clinical psychologist and Vice President of Suncrest Counseling. He has authored four books on changing behaviors. His most recent book, “Love You, Hate the Porn,” has helped many couples work through the betrayal and hurt of pornography while learning to stay emotionally connected. He has done numerous presentations on sexual addiction and has appeared on local radio and television.






TOPIC: How Couples Can Stay Emotionally Connected When Husband Deals with Pornography
Rod Jeppsen

Rod W. Jeppsen

Rod W. Jeppsen is President of Suncrest Counseling. He has a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. He is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist (CSAT). He has worked with many couples who have been hurt by pornography and other forms of compulsive sexual behavior. He uses Emotionally Focused Therapy to help couples maneuver through the betrayal. He is a talented speaker and has spent over 20 years training and educating. He is married and has three daughters and nine grandchildren. He loves the outdoors, cooking, writing, and traveling.







Steve & Rhyll Crowshaw

Steve & Rhyll Crowshaw

is the co-founder and President of SA Lifeline Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to providing hope, education and resources, related to pornography and sexual addiction recovery.


is the author of the new book, “What Can I Do About Me? Healing From the Trauma of My Husband’s Pornography and Sexual Addiction.” She is the co-founder and Vice President of SA Lifeline Foundation. Steven and Rhyll have been married for 40 years and are grateful to be working recovery one day at a time.




TOPIC: Ethics and How They Impact Us and Our Clients
Kevin Theriot

Kevin Theriot

PRESENTER: Kevin Theriot Ph.D

provides counseling assistance to individuals, couples and families attempting to overcome various challenges. Specialization’s include Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Marriage Counseling. Providing custody evaluations, parenting coordinator, therapeutic integrationist services for the AZ Superior Court. Adoptive placement evaluations focused at strengthening the legal aspects of the placement through the evaluation of the motivations and resolve of birth parents, children and adoptive parents. He understands ethics from many perspectives. He will provide many real life examples with a touch of humor.



Effective Interventions and Practical Help for Treating Compulsive Sexual Behaviors (Daytime) and  Evening with George Collins . April 25, 8:00-5:30 pm

$ 349.00Add to cart

Evening with George Collins Cost.  April 25, 7:00-9:00 pm