martes, enero 25, 2011


The Sexual Addiction Screening Test (SAST) is designed to assist in the assessment of sexually compulsive behavior which may indicate the presence of sex addiction. Developed in cooperation with hospitals, treatment programs, private therapists, and community groups, the SAST provides a profile of responses which help to discriminate between addictive and non-addictive behavior. Before starting the assessment we need basic information in order to build your profile.

Please indicate gender:
Male Female
Indicate Orientation:
Heterosexual Bi-sexual Homosexual

Please check any of the following which apply:
I have no concerns about my sexual behavior but am curious how I would score.
I have no concerns about my sexual behavior but others are concerned.
I am having problems with my sexual behavior but do not consider myself a "sex addict".
I know I am a sex addict.
I have sought therapy because of my sexual problems.

To complete the test, answer each question by placing a check in the appropriate yes/no column.

Yes No 1. Were you sexually abused as a child or adolescent?
Yes No 2. Did your parents have trouble with sexual behavior?
Yes No 3. Do you often find yourself preoccupied with sexual thoughts?
Yes No 4. Do you feel that your sexual behavior is not normal?
Yes No 5. Do you ever feel bad about your sexual behavior?
Yes No 6. Has your sexual behavior ever created problems for you and your family?
Yes No 7. Have you ever sought help for sexual behavior you did not like?
Yes No 8. Has anyone been hurt emotionally because of your sexual behavior?
Yes No 9. Are any of your sexual activities against the law?
Yes No 10. Have you made efforts to quit a type of sexual activity and failed?
Yes No 11. Do you hide some of your sexual behaviors from others?
Yes No 12. Have you attempted to stop some parts of your sexual activity?
Yes No 13. Have you felt degraded by your sexual behaviors?
Yes No 14. When you have sex, do you feel depressed afterwards?
Yes No 15. Do you feel controlled by your sexual desire?
Have important parts of your life (such as job, family, friends, leisure activities) been neglected because you were spending too much time on sex?
Yes No 17. Do you ever think your sexual desire is stronger than you are?
Yes No 18. Is sex almost all you think about?
Yes No 19. Has sex (or romantic fantasies) been a way for you to escape your problems?
Yes No 20. Has sex become the most important thing in your life?
Yes No 21. Are you in crisis over sexual matters?
Yes No 22. Has the Internet created sexual problems for you?
Yes No 23. Do you spend too much time online for sexual purposes?
Have you purchased services online for erotic purposes (sites for dating, pornography, fantasy and friend finder)?
Yes No 25. Have you used the Internet to make romantic or erotic connections with people online?
Yes No 26. Have people in your life been upset about your sexual activities online?
Yes No 27. Have you attempted to stop your online sexual behaviors?
Have you subscribed to or regularly purchased or rented sexually explicit materials (magazines, videos, books or online pornography)?
Yes No 29. Have you been sexual with minors?
Have you spent considerable time and money on strip clubs, adult bookstores and movie houses?
Yes No 31. Have you engaged prostitutes and escorts to satisfy your sexual needs?
Yes No 32. Have you spent considerable time surfing pornography online?
Have you used magazines, videos or online pornography even when there was considerable risk of being caught by family members who would be upset by your behavior?
Yes No 34. Have you regularly purchased romantic novels or sexually explicit magazines?
Yes No 35. Have stayed in romantic relationships after they became emotionally or physically abusive?
Yes No 36. Have you traded sex for money or gifts?
Yes No 37. Have you maintained multiple romantic or sexual relationships at the same time?
Yes No 38. After sexually acting out, do you sometimes refrain from all sex for a significant period?
Yes No 39. Have you regularly engaged in sadomasochistic behavior?
40. Do you visit sexual bath-houses, sex clubs or adult video/bookstores as part of your regular sexual activity?
41. Have you engaged in unsafe or "risky" sex even though you knew it could cause you harm?
Yes No 42. Have you cruised public restrooms, rest areas or parks looking for sex with strangers?
Do you believe casual or anonymous sex has kept you from having more long-term intimate relationships?
44. Has your sexual behavior put you at risk for arrest for lewd conduct or public indecency?
Yes No 45. Have you been paid for sex?

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