In Maple, Ontario, the JACS offers a unique and transformative therapy group known as “Restoring Intimacy.” This program is specifically tailored for men who are navigating the complexities of sexual behavior issues that affect their personal and relationship health. Conducted online via Zoom every Wednesday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, the program provides accessibility to participants across the region, making it easy for anyone in Maple and beyond to join.

Led by Marlee Harendorf, a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, “Restoring Intimacy” employs a multi-faceted therapeutic approach. The program integrates psychoeducation about sexual behaviors and their impacts, specific task exercises designed to address sex addiction, and group therapy sessions that facilitate open and supportive discussions among participants. This structure not only helps individuals understand and confront their behaviors but also promotes healing and personal growth.

Why is “Restoring Intimacy” so crucial for its participants? Here are a few key benefits:

Education on Sex Addiction: The program provides essential knowledge about the nature of sex addiction, helping participants identify and understand the root causes of their behaviors.
Development of New Skills: Through practical exercises and discussions, men learn strategies to manage their behaviors, improve their relationships, and enhance their overall well-being.
Supportive Community: The group setting offers a supportive environment where participants can share experiences and challenges, fostering a sense of solidarity and reducing feelings of isolation.
Interested in learning more or joining the “Restoring Intimacy” group? More information is available on the Restoring Intimacy page. For those looking for further support or additional services from JACS Toronto, the main website offers comprehensive resources. Immediate assistance and more detailed inquiries can be directed to the contact page. Additional educational materials and resources are available on the resources page, and other group therapy options can be explored through the groups page.

“Restoring Intimacy” is more than just a therapy group; it’s a pathway to recovery and self-improvement. It provides the tools and support necessary for men in Maple and surrounding areas to address their sexual behavior issues constructively and positively. By participating in this program, individuals take an important step toward healing, building healthier relationships, and improving their quality of life. Whether you are directly impacted or know someone who might benefit, this program offers a supportive and educational environment to help navigate and overcome the challenges associated with sexual behavior issues.

Adult Outreach and Education

Bring it home – or to your shul, school, business, or organization. JACS Toronto offers, free of charge, adult, student, and youth outreach programs about mental health and addiction. These programs can be customized for your needs, or you can choose from a list of important current topics. For more information or to book an educational workshop, contact us at: (416)638-0350 or visit: jacstoronto.org

JACS Toronto is a safe, inclusive and non-judgmental space providing support, information and access to multiple services.

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At JACS Toronto, we provide a range of services to help people impacted by Alcohol. We offer one-on-one counselling, support groups, harm reduction supplies, mental health services and so much more.

Compassionate care for all
Our team is here to provide you with the support you need in a safe and non-judgmental environment. We recognize that everyone has their own story and we strive to provide individualized care for every person who walks through our doors.

Be part of the recovery journey
At JACS Toronto we believe in the power of recovery and are committed to helping individuals along their journey. With our wide range of programs and services we can help you or someone you love take back control of their lives.

For more info call (416)638-0350 or visit: jacstoronto.org