Sexual Health in Meth Recovery – A Psychotherapy Group for Bisexual and Gay Men

Bisexual and gay men might benefit from this group who:

  • struggle to maintain their meth recovery because of their sexual behavior.
  • feel motivated to improve their sexual health.
  • feel ready to stop using meth
  • have experienced negative consequences from their sexual behavior, such as romantic relationship conflicts, sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancies, relapse in drug and alcohol recovery, or financial, legal or occupational problems.
  • self-identify as sexually compulsive or addicted.

Groups are 90-minutes and will be held Wednesday evenings at 3000 Connecticut Ave NW #134, Washington DC, 20008 (located between the Woodley Park and Cleveland Park metro stations).

Prospective group members must complete a sexual health assessment prior to joining the group and have made a commitment to stop using meth. Commitment to stop using other drugs and alcohol is not a condition for entering group.