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MNCCC is open and accepting new clients.  We are still seeing clients in-office; however in light of the COVID-19 situation we also offer online video/tele-therapy sessions.  We have a HIPAA compliant tele-therapy platform in place and have been offering online therapy as part of our regular practice for over a year. We will help guide you through the process and assist you in getting set up for online sessions. 

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Londonderry Office Park

5780 Lincoln Drive #250

Edina, MN 55436

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Arbor Lakes

7835 Main Street N. #220

 Maple Grove, MN  55369 

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The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity has defined sexual addiction also known as compulsive sexual behavior (CSB), as “engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behavior acted out despite increasing negative consequences to self and others.” 

Are you wondering if you may be struggling with a sex addiction? Below are questions to ask your self to help identify if your sexual behaviors may indicate a sexual addiction.*

  • Have you lost control over your sexual behaviors?
  • Have you crossed lines you didn’t think you would cross?
  • Have you set limits on your sexual behavior you failed to meet?
  • Have you experienced negative consequences (lost a relationship, less productive at work, spending less time with family or friend)?
  • Have you tried to stop any sexual behaviors but couldn’t?

*If a positive response is given to any of these questions, further assessment by a professional specializing in sexual addiction treatment is recommended.

Behaviors often associated with CSB are:

  • Compulsive searching for multiple partners
  • Compulsive fixation on an unattainable partner
  • Compulsive masturbation 
  • Compulsive love relationships 
  • Compulsive sexuality in a relationship


“The Therapists at MNCCC provide individualized treatment to help you and your spouse recover and heal from compulsive sexual behaviors”.

Treatment generally includes a combination of individual, marital, and group therapy. Key tasks for recovery include breaking through denial, learning about the addiction process, establishing sobriety, and establishing stability for the addict and his or her family. 

Individual Therapy will help you:

  • Understand the disorder
  • Identify triggers for acting out
  • Identify cycles of Sexual Addiction
  • Address social or psychological risk factors
  • Evaluate unhealthy thought patterns
  • Develop skills for maintaining long-term goals
  • Heal shame and guilt
  • Rebuild relationships that have been harmed

Couples therapy is also an essential part of recovery, and a significant focus of our treatment. Initially, the goal of couple’s therapy is to stabilize the relationship and help the spouse work through the trauma they have experienced. Another important goal is to help the couple restore trust and intimacy in the relationship, both sexually and non-sexually. 

We work with Couples to:

  • Provide education and insight 
  • Provide emotional support
  • Heal and rebuilding trust
  • Rebuild sex and intimacy in the couple relationship
  • STD education/protection

Group work is strongly recommended because it affords the recovering addict both support and accountability. We frequently refer clients to group therapy such as Purity Groups (faith- based program), Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) or Sex Anonymous (SA) for added support. 

We also work collaboratively with medical providers if medications are needed to treat mental health issues or control behaviors. 

Call (763)-400-7475 today to talk with one of our experienced therapists or schedule an appointment.​

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