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90-Day Recovery Plan

Mark works with men of all ages who struggle with compulsive sexual behaviors. His training includes a MAHS (Master’s of Art in Human Services), with a focus on sexual addiction recovery. Mark is certified as a PSAP (Pastoral Sex Addiction Professional) through IITAP, and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.

The 90-day plan includes Mark’s signature workbook, 90-Day Recovery Guide for Sex and Porn Addiction, a free Life Recovery Bible, daily exercises, daily email devotions (Recovery Minute), daily check-ins, unlimited texts, and weekly calls.

Cost – $750

Freedom Groups

If you’re ready to take your recovery to the next level, FREEDOM GROUPS are for you! These new groups are based on Mark’s new 400-page workbook, Life Recovery Plan, which utilizes the latest research and data on addiction recovery. Here’s all you need to know.

Cost: $10 per week plus $25 workbook

Groups: Each meeting will last one hour, and be led by Dr. Denison. Some of the groups will be designed for specific needs. These are the tentative times for the groups:

  • Live Group: Bradenton, FL (Mon. nights at 7 pm, starting Sep. 21)
  • General Group: by Zoom (Tue. at 8 am EST, starting Sep. 22)
  • General Group: by Zoom (Wed. at 8 pm EST, starting Sep. 23)
  • Pastor’s Group: by Zoom (Thur. at 2 pm EST, starting Sep. 24)
  • Physician’s Group: by Zoom (Sat. at 10 am EST, starting Sep. 26)

How do you get started? Just follow these three easy steps . . .


Simply go to the Resource page. From there, order the Life Recovery Plan workbook.


Click the ‘REGISTER ME’ button below and this will take you to PayPal. After you complete payment for your first month, Mark will contact you and place you in the group that is right for you. If you have questions, or need a scholarship, contact Mark directly at [email protected].


I will email you to follow up. We will place you in the group that fits your needs and schedule. It’s that simple. Welcome to FREEDOM GROUPS!


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