My sincere apologies for taking so long to approve and respond to your post. Usually I check/moderate the forum every day but I have been unable to moderate it regularly, recently.
Your post in on-line, now, so hopefully you will get some responses…
May I ask, are you and your partner in Australia and are you comfortable in saying which state, as this will affect who you might be able to contact? Please feel free to either post back or private message me.
In the meantime, SECASA (Centre Against Sexual Assault) have said that they are happy to speak with / provide support to partners such as yourself if you would like to ring and talk to someone. SECASA can be contacted on: Crisis: 03 9594 2289 (A Melbourne number)
In terms of your partner, I have been in contact with one small organisation in Melbourne which supports men addicted to pornography (which is obviously different to what you are talking about) but this group http://www.guiltypleasure.tv has researched and compiled a list of counsellors and other professionals who are willing/experienced in working with people with issues around pornography and inappropriate sexual attraction. I haven’t personally vetted this list of professionals but the founder of Guilty Pleasure has personally spoken with and researched all of them. They are all based in Melbourne but can also offer Skype / phone support. Guilty Pleasure does come, in part, from a Christian perspective but the professionals/counsellors don’t necessarily come from this perspective.
Here is the list that Guilty Pleasure recommends:
Simon Murray (skype or appointment) - 0412 444 191
Colin Corkery (skype or appointment) - 0411 241 643
John Anderson (skype or appointment) - 03 9736 2273
Ian Richardson (skype or appointment) - 03 9872 3010
Mike Skewes (skype or appointment) - 0410 331 170
Please feel welcome to get in touch in regards to where you are based.
Who is required to report varies from state to state, in Australia. I will contact a social worker and get back to you with more information in regards to this issue. It is important that your partner is able to seek the support he needs and wants to access. There was a specific support service, in Australia, for people in your partner’s situation, which lost its funding, I will try and find out if there is a service or group that he may be able to access.
Thanks for posting and apologies for taking so long to reply.