Benjamin Holland is a Licensed Professional Counselor (In Idaho), a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (in Utah), an Inspirational Speaker, and Singer. He works with individuals and couples addressing a wide variety of mental health issues but specializes in the treatment of Pornography/Sexual Addiction and Betrayal Trauma. Through his personal recovery efforts, his professional studies, and his countless hours spent in providing treatment, Benjamin knows that when recovery is taken seriously, broken hearts and broken marriages can heal and mend. Benjamin holds a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Counseling from Northwest Nazarene University.
ABOUT NEW GROWTH
New Growth will take your individual needs into consideration and create the best treatment environment that corresponds with your expectations. We are here to give you a safe, protective, enviorment so that you can be vulnerable, navigate through your problems and find new growth.
New Growth helps individuals and couples work through Pornography/Sexual Addiction and/or Betrayal Trauma in order to develop new grounds for trust, honesty and genuine connection. New Growth is run by Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Benjamin Holland, who lived much of his life in active addiction. He has dedicated his life to teach, guide, instruct, and direct others through this difficult, heart-wrenching, process. While Benjamin specializes in this type of treatment, he also provides mental health services for a wide variety of other mental health issues. If you'd like to access these other services, simply use the contact number to discuss your needs with him.
BENJAMIN P. HOLLAND
AFTER LIVING A LIFE FULL OF LUST
ACCESS HELP BY CALLING (208) 615-1052
BOUNDARIES PROTECT: "My Thoughts Are Not Your Thoughts" - Healthy Boundaries create a clear distiction between who you are and who I am. Trust is built when these distictions are gently respected, safeguarded, and even reverenced. Healthy boundaries by nature provide protection and safety and invite personal ownership and responsibility over thoughts, emotions, beliefs, and behavior.
The Marital Intimacy Institute
1875 North 1120 West
Pinnacle Park Office Complex (off State St.)
Provo, UT 84604
SOLVING PROBLEMS UNIFIES: "Your needs are just as important as my needs" - Problem Solving is about establishing expectations within the relationship for how each person will act and behave. Those with high expectations for equality, respect, tolerance, personal responsibility, complete fidelity, etc. find they are more likely to be happy. Those who lower their expectations tend to not get what they want out of their relationships. When problems are solved or respectfully handled, people tend to be more unified emotionally.
THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY
VULNERABILITY CONNECTS: "My emotional experience is like your emotional experience" - Vulnerability creates a clear understanding of what we share in common; known as "Shared Experiences". For instance, the common denominator shared among humanity is that we all feel. When boundaries are generally kept, the safety gained invites vulnerability and depth into the relationship.