“From the very beginning Keystone was envisioned to be an extended residence experience for sex addicts. It is the right size house to create strong, focused small communities for people dedicated to recovery. I always loved the house itself and then it grew on me as to how it fostered community. One of the ways I knew this early was the reunions and how people would return to the “house”. It really mattered to get together and then how that grew that we would fill the whole lawn. For years Keystone established its reputation for a place to deepen one’s recovery and has been an essential component to the continuum of care for sex addicts. Congratulations on a wonderful milestone [20 years in the treatment of sexual compulsivity].”
~Patrick Carnes, Phd, CAS
Dr. Carnes is the Founder of IITAP & the CSAT Certification Program (Certified Sex Addiction Therapist). His Published works include “Out of the Shadows” and “Facing the Shadows.”
“As a psychotherapist who specializes in “sex addiction” I can say with confidence that Keystone provides quality personalized care at an affordable price. Keystone’s highly trained therapists guide each person through the process of discovery and healing. It offers compassionate yet a no non-sense treatment for those who are serious about ensuring lifelong recovery and freedom from problematic sexual behaviors. My clients who went to Keystone described their experience as “life altering”. That’s a pretty good recommendation.”
~John Giugliano PhD, LCSW
Dr. Giugliano Serves on the Board Directors for SASH (The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health)
Welcome to the KeyStone Center Extended Care Unit (ECU) for issues surrounding sexual compulsivity and trauma. The residential center is a 16-bed treatment program located in Suburban Philadelphia. The Extended Care Unit treats multiple addictions and co-occurring disorders. Treatment components address the cognitive, behavioral, spiritual, emotional and psychological aspects of addiction and recovery. Program activities are provided seven days a week. The length of stay varies in this twelve-step based program and ranges depending upon individual needs and completion of specific therapeutic tasks. The minimum length of stay is 30 days.