Author Archives: Rob Weiss

About Rob Weiss

Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S is a digital-age intimacy and relationships expert specializing in infidelity and addictions—in particular sex, porn, and love addiction. He is the author of several highly regarded books, including “Out of the Doghouse: A Step-by-Step Relationship Saving Guide for Men Caught Cheating,” “Sex Addiction 101,” and “Sex Addiction 101: The Workbook.” Currently, he is Senior Vice President of National Clinical Development for Elements Behavioral Health, creating and overseeing addiction and mental health treatment programs for more than a dozen high-end treatment facilities. For more information please visit his website, robertweissmsw.com, or follow him on Twitter, @RobWeissMSW.

Typical Signs and Symptoms of Sexual Addiction

October 22nd, 2013 | Posted by Rob Weiss in Sex Addiction - (Comments Off)
Typical Signs and Symptoms of Sexual Addiction

For the most part, the core signs and symptoms of sexual addiction are the same regardless of age, race, gender, social history, and psychological underpinnings. And you can expect nearly all sex addicts to report, in some form, the following: Obsessive Sexual Fantasy and Preoccupation: Sex addicts obsess about sex. They spend hours, sometimes even …
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Two New Sex Addiction Films: Are They Accurate?

October 8th, 2013 | Posted by Rob Weiss in Uncategorized - (1 Comments)
Two New Sex Addiction Films: Are They Accurate?

In back-to-back weeks two wide-release, A-list cast films examining the issue of sexual addiction were released. These are the first films directly addressing the issue since the critically acclaimed Shame hit theatres in 2011. Shame, as the few people who saw it will almost certainly remember, was a gritty depiction of an active sex addict …
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Introducing Blogger Rob Weiss

September 27th, 2013 | Posted by Rob Weiss in Sex Addiction - (Comments Off)
Rob Weiss Sex Addiction Expert

Since this is my first online blog for Counselor Magazine, I thought it might be appropriate to briefly introduce myself and tell you a tiny bit about my background and therapeutic work. For the past twenty-plus years I have worked as a psychotherapist, primarily but certainly not exclusively treating men and women dealing with sexual …
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