Determining whether or not you could benefit from counseling is difficult for several reasons. These links and screening tools may be able to help you determine if you would be a good candidate for therapy or counseling. Whether you are unsure if you are a sex addict, unsure if your partner is a sex addict, or you are a partner of someone who is dealing with a sex addiction problem, these links may help you in deciding whether or not to seek out treatment or supportive counseling.
SAST: This Sex Addiction Screening Test can give you an indication of whether or not you likely have a problem with sex addiction. If you score six or above, you likely are dealing with a problem with sex addiction. This is a screening tool, and not an assessment. In order to get an accurate diagnosis of whether or not sex addiction is a problem, you really should seek out the help of a professional.
Signs Your Partner is a Sex Addict: It can be difficult to know if your partner is or is not a sex addict. This list by the Sexual Recovery Institute can serve as a good guide to help you decide this.
There are also screenings to help you if you’re the partner of a sex addict or someone who has sexually betrayed you.
Betrayal Bond Index: This can help you get an idea of your whether or not your bonding is based on betrayal.
Co-dependency Scale: This scale can help you determine whether or not you are dealing with a problem relating to co-dependence.