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How to Respond When Your Child Says They’re Struggling with Pornography

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As parents, it can be difficult to know how to respond when your child expresses they’re concerned with their pornography use.

In this short course, Dr. DeVon Mills, shares practical and real life examples of what not say to your child when they express concerns, based off of his experience, research and working with clients.

DeVon Mills, PhD, LPC, CSAT-C
I have intensively trained in order to help people navigate some of the most complex parts of their lives. I have additional graduate training in sex therapy and trauma counseling at both the masters and doctorate level. At the post-graduate level, I have pursued further training in sex addictions treatment and received trauma-informed supervision and consultation so that I can work with those dealing with complex-trauma and addictive sexual behaviors. My doctoral research focused on male experiences and masculinity.

How to Respond When Your Child Says They’re Struggling with Pornography

  • About the Course
  • About the Author

As parents, it can be difficult to know how to respond when your child expresses they’re concerned with their pornography use.

In this short course, Dr. DeVon Mills, shares practical and real life examples of what not say to your child when they express concerns, based off of his experience, research and working with clients.

DeVon Mills, PhD, LPC, CSAT-C
I have intensively trained in order to help people navigate some of the most complex parts of their lives. I have additional graduate training in sex therapy and trauma counseling at both the masters and doctorate level. At the post-graduate level, I have pursued further training in sex addictions treatment and received trauma-informed supervision and consultation so that I can work with those dealing with complex-trauma and addictive sexual behaviors. My doctoral research focused on male experiences and masculinity.

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