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SEX ADDICTION— diagnosing it, treating it, portraying it on-screen—is big business.The number of certified sex-addiction therapists has more than doubled since 2008, according to the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals.It's like living with a meth dealer at your side, or a brick of cocaine in your pocket.Worse, you can get a potential high from every person you meet.Eli Coleman, a psychologist and director of the Program in Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota, estimates that approximately 19 million Americans—5 to 7 percent of the population—are hypersexual. "We’re all blind in this field," says UCLA neuroscientist Nicole Prause.This much is certain: More and more people are seeking treatment. In each year over the past decade, the number of groups registered with Sex Addicts Anonymous, one of the nation’s largest twelve-step organizations for sex addiction, has grown by 10 percent.A motive for the stabbing wasn’t clear.“Miraculously it missed his lungs and heart,” Ludtke said.The victim, whom police declined to identify citing safety concerns, was expected to survive.
Peralta was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and booked into the Sonoma County Jail at 3 a.m. Martin Luther King Park is on Hendley Street in east Santa Rosa.But the practical effects of such uncertainty are enormous.No drugs exist to treat sex addiction; no health care plan specifically covers it; there’s virtually no funding for studies.The victim told police the man walked up to the bench, asked him a question and then stabbed him with what appeared to be a folding knife, Ludtke said. They took him into custody after a short while when he tried to leave the house.A house search turned up a knife and clothing similar to what the victim described his attacker used and wore, Ludtke said.