Prof. Blair P. Bisher, PhD(c), CSAT candidate
(Offers Online Therapy)
Professor Bisher is an addiction specialist helping men quickly overcome compulsive sexual behavior (porn and sex addiction). He brings an empathic & empowering approach with a focus on achieving sustainable sobriety quickly.
Blair only accepts a set number of clients into his practice to ensure help is immediately available when you need it, offering flexible scheduling including same-day, weekends and evenings because he understands that the consequences of addictive behavior can’t wait another day.
Utilizing a Solution-Focused framework, Blair tailors his core curriculum to your specific needs, which has been proven to be successful for hundreds of men, read client testimonials here.
In addition to your 1:1 sessions, you will receive homework to allow these newly acquired skills to become second nature and have access to Blair between sessions via text messaging and email. Clients rapidly adopt these skills and experience freedom quickly.
How to Schedule a 1:1 Session: Appointments are available 7 days per week, including evening sessions. Simply click to the right to schedule your first session, free initial consult, or to join the Men’s Sexual Integrity Group.
Men’s Sexual Integrity Group: Blair hosts a virtual men’s group every other Thursday. Find community with men who have had similar experiences and break the addictive cycle fueled by isolation. All are welcome, click to the right to schedule.
More About Blair: Blair is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing his Ph.D. in Psychology with a research focus on resilience amongst those with a compulsive sexual behavior disorder, defining how sustainable sobriety is achieved. He is a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist candidate, holds a MS degree, is a professor at two universities in Boston, former advisory board member at Harvard Medical School (Center for Primary Care), and member of both the American Counseling Association and International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals.