Surveys Discovery/Disclosure Trauma Survey
Part of our mission at APSATS is to advocate for the ethical care and relational healing for all those impacted by sexual addiction and betrayal trauma. One way we achieve this mission is through research. You can help us with our mission by completing one of the following confidential surveys on disclosures. Your feedback will help us better support other women and men going through this process, and will be instrumental in helping us train partner specialists in the years to come. If you have gone through a disclosure and/or polygraph process, you can help us tremendously by sharing your experience with us.
If you are a female partner of someone with sexual addiction, please select the
Partner Survey below. If you are a male partner of an addict, please contact Dan Drake at
firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions. If you are the person with the addiction, please select the
Addict Survey below.
Taking this survey may bring up difficult memories or emotions. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and you can stop at any time. If you experience distress as a result of taking this survey, please contact your therapist or contact APSATS at 513-644-8023 for possible referrals for assistance.
Thanks again for your help!
Intimacy Anorexia-Intimacy Deprivation Survey
Thank you for your participation in this survey on the experience of emotional, spiritual and sexual intimacy associated with sex/pornography addiction, chronic infidelity, and/or intimacy anorexia. The information will be used to help make professionals and recovering individuals more aware of intimacy issues that need to be addressed during recovery.
If you should feel any emotional distress as a result of answering these questions about your relationship experiences, you can find a list of therapists and coaches at https://www.apsats.org, https://www.aasat.org or https://www.iitap.com.
For those who currently assist partners as professional therapists or coaches, please take our Professional Survey.
APSATS is seeking information regarding how therapists who assist partners define their specialty status and on how or if they received training to help partners. Your participation will help us better understand the need for specialized partner training and what gaps currently exist in the professional training of partner specialists. Thanks so much for your willingness to participate! Please contact us at 513-644-8023 if you have any questions.