The Long and Winding Road – Navigating a Lifetime of Long-term Recovery

The recovery journey for individuals and couples often begins in a whirlwind of crisis and drama. Therapy, 12-step meetings, readings, and other supports provide structure and motivation in the early months of recovery. Eventually, individuals and couples need to develop patterns that will sustain their gains for the rest of their lives. This workshop will help anyone supporting or advising individuals and couples understand what it takes to create the necessary conditions for long-term recovery.

This presentation was given at the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City on March 12, 2016.


Geoff Steurer, LMFT

Geoff is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in St. George, UT. He is the founding director of LifeSTAR of St. George, UT a treatment program for couples and individuals impacted by pornography and sexual addiction. He is also the co-author of “Love You, Hate the Porn: Healing a Relationship Damaged by Virtual Infidelity” and has developed curriculum, articles, and workshops on the topic of couple’s recovery. He completed a bachelor’s degree from BYU in communications studies and a master’s degree from Auburn University in marriage and family therapy. He is married to Jody Young Steurer and they are the parents of four children.