Men’s Sexual Integrity Group

The question is often asked: “Is my sexual behavior okay?” “Why is what I’m doing hurting other people?” “Why is my marriage and my family at risk from my behavior?” These questions and more are at the heart of the healing this group works to provide its members. The group offers a faith based educational and interactive experience for participants.

In this world of constantly changing sexual norms that isolate more than they unite, come meet with other men who are working to find standards to live their lives and pursue integrity that does not just affect their sexuality, but their whole life and relationships as well.
This group meets almost weekly throughout the year and is open once you complete an individual screening with the facilitator, Matt Sessoms, MA, LPC, LMFT, Board Certified Sex Therapist. Screenings can be one to four individual sessions to determine if the group will be a good fit for your concerns.

If you or someone you know has been called a “Sex Addict,” “Porn addict,” or another name trying to define the behavior you have been caught up in, please call 817-571-4110 to get more information about this group. You may also email Matt at

Covenant Lovers

A 6 week intensive marriage enrichment class taught by Matt Sessoms, MA, LPC, LMFT, Board Certified Sex Therapist and Certified Instructor for the Christian Association of Sex Educators. Come and learn how to take your marriage to greater levels of love, affection, and intimacy.

Offered on Mondays:
January 20th 2020 through February 24th 2020
March 16th 2020 through April 20th 2020
September 14th 2020 through October 19th 2020

  • Times: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
  • Location: 2501 Parkview Drive, Ft. Worth, TX 76102
  • Class Size – Limited to 10 couples
  • Cost – $525 for each couple for 12 hrs education and materials.

From the Authors:
“Intimate partners share feelings, attitudes, and touches that draw lovers closer. As in all marriages, partners will have differences and yet need to maintain accepting attitudes and a bonding love. Mature lovers are willing to be vulnerable, sharing our deepest self while receiving the same transparency from our spouse. Intimacy requires a willingness to adjust, instead of just promoting our own reality. Intimate, mature lovemaking inspires the lovers, both individually and together, to become truly “naked and unashamed” as they create a colorful, total intimacy.” – Doug Rosenau, PhD and Deborah Neal, PhD

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I look forward to working with your marriage and seeing it grow!