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Sex Addiction Help In Long Beach

Duane Osterlind, LMFT, CSAT-S

Licensed Therapist

Areas I Specialize In:

  • Sex Addiction & Out-Of-Control Sexual Behavior
  • Porn Addiction
  • Partner-Relational Trauma, Betrayal Trauma
  • Couples & Infidelity
  • Alcoholism
  • Anxiety, Stress, Overwhelm
  • Depression, Loss, and Grief

Are you feeling depressed or anxious?

The research is clear that counseling works, and I am blessed to see it in the clients I work with.

As a licensed therapist, I have had extensive experience in supporting people through some of life biggest challenges. I have worked with people who have felt that there was no hope for them. I have worked with couples that have felt so stuck that they wanted to give up all the time they had invested in their families and relationship.

I know that not everyone’s story is the same and not every outcome is exactly what we think we need, but what I do helps clients find what works for them to create the life they can enjoy and feel good in no matter the circumstances.

As your therapist, I will work with you to give you the latest in counseling research, techniques, and skills to help you find your path.

Education & Training

  • Master’s degree in 2003 from California State University Long Beach in Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor
When Will I Get Better?
Therapy is often a long-term commitment. It is a commitment you make to yourself. Your involvement and dedication to the process is crucial. As is my approach to making this a safe and comfortable environment for you while introducing techniques and interventions to use towards your struggles. Let’s take a moment to focus on the fact that you are here and how proud it makes you.
What will therapy be like?

As your therapist, I will collaborate with you by observing, assessing and determining what will best help you and fits your needs. Through building a stable relationship and the creation of a safe and comfortable environment, I will introduce techniques and interventions that can help you through your struggles.

How often should I come?

In most cases, we will start out with once a week and increase if appropriate. Every few months we will re-evaluate to determine if a decreased frequency is necessary.

You Are One Step
Away From Recovery