Sexual Health Program

The Sexual Health Program is an intensive, clinically based program designed to cover the broad spectrum of sex and sexuality-related issues that often co-present with substance abuse.

These can include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • compulsive sexual behavior
  • sexual anorexia
  • sexual dysfunction
  • sexual identity confusion
  • identity-related shame
  • sex or HIV-related anxiety
  • sexual obsessions
  • sexual abuse and assault

At PRIDE Institute this program is specifically designed for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients. As part of the residential program, clients participate in multiple group therapy sessions per week along with weekly individual therapy. Clients in the Sexual Health Program address sexual health issues in conjunction with substance abuse/dependency.

The Intensive Outpatient Sexual Health Program consists of one to two additional IOP group sessions to the regular IOP programming. One group focuses on the link between sexual compulsivity and chemical use. A second group focuses on the relationship between trauma and substance use. Clients in this program require a primary substance abuse diagnosis.

In addition to the Sexual Health Program, PRIDE Institute offers an opportunity for all clients to discuss healthy intimate relationships. Every client working through the program will address assignments on sexual health values, good communication in relationships, etc.

Locations: 14400 Martin Drive, Eden Prairie, MN
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2101 Hennepin Ave South, Suite 202, Minneapolis, MN

PRIDE Institute » 14400 Martin Dr » Eden Prairie » MN 55344
Call Now: 800-547-7433

Physicians are on the medical staff of Pride Institute, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Pride Institute. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.

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