Floyd Godfrey, LPC, CCS, CSAT-S
Areas of Specialty:
It’s tough choosing a counselor that you feel will understand your struggle. I understand the effort it takes to make the decision for therapy. I remember as a young man feeling overwhelmed and distraught over the choice to find a counselor. Life isn’t easy for anyone.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona, and an approved supervisor since 2004 with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. I am also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S) and a Certified Clinical Sexologist (CCS). I received my education from Arizona State University, Ottawa University, and the International Institute for Clinical Sexology. I worked for nine years with the City of Tempe Social Services, as a supervisor assisting school-age children and their families. I’ve worked in a variety of mental health settings both as a professional and within church ministry.
I am the Director of the Sexual Addiction & Betrayal Trauma (SABR) program, which is a clinical intervention for men with sexual addiction and their partners. I am also the co-author of “Band of Brothers,” a clinical intervention for adolescent boys with sexual compulsions. I am a member of SASH (Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health), iitap (International Institute for Treatment Addiction Professionals), and the AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors). I currently serve as the Executive Director of Family Strategies Counseling Center, a licensed mental health agency, where I train and supervise clinical staff and university interns. I work part-time within the agency to provide individual counseling for adults, youth, and families. I am often known for my research and intervention with those who struggle with sexualized attachments and eroticized emotions.
While committed to clinical excellence, I maintain a Biblical-worldview of Christian living and believe that faith in God is important for spiritual growth and healing.
Contact Floyd at (480) 668-8301 ext. 1004 or email@example.com.
“You don’t have to be perfect to be good enough.”
Sexualized Attachments – An interview with Floyd