New Program to treat sexual addiction
For Immediate Release
Sept. 25, 2000
Tom Craig, Director of Media and Community Relations
The Marriage and Family Institute and the University Counseling Center at Abilene Christian University have developed a program designed to treat individual, relational, and spiritual issues related to sexual addiction. The problems this unique issue creates for individuals, couples, families, and the church community are extremely serious.
Interested persons can call Alan Ivy or Geremy Keeton, both masters level Marriage and Family Institute students, or Dr. Waymon Hinson, chair of the Marriage and Family Therapy Department and Clinical Director of Marriage and Family Institute, at the Marriage and Family Institute at 674-3724 or Steve Rowlands at 674-2625 for more information.
If you are a member of the media who would like more information about this release, please contact Tom Craig, director of media and community relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 915-674-2692 (cell phone: 665-5469).