Chances are if you've landed on this page, you've recently discovered your partner had a physical or emotional affair or in some way pushed past the boundaries of your relationship.
Or you may be the the partner who strayed. The moment of discovery may have opened your eyes to all you have risked -- your marriage, your family, and the life you hold dear. You, too, may feel shaken to your core.
It's Not as Hopeless as it Feels
The shock, confusion, and intense emotions following infidelity can feel overwhelming. So much so that it may seem impossible to believe that the relationship can survive.
Though it's hard to see past the devastation right now, surviving infidelity is possible. In fact, many of the couples I have worked with have been able to heal from the pain of an affair and build a much stronger, loving, and more connected relationship.
I can help you find a way to talk about the affair that allows for greater transparency and healing: what the infidelity means, why it happened, and if there are ways for you to heal your relationship and make it stronger.
This process can include many aspects, such as:
- Stabilizing and surviving the devastating crisis
- Determining if the marriage is worth saving
- Figuring out the reasons why the affair happened
- Coping with betrayal
- Deciding whether and how to forgive
- Becoming accountable, honest, and transparent
- Understanding the specific emotional issues that impacted the breakdown of connection and intimacy in your relationship
- Learning to trust again
- Rebuilding your relationship
Wherever you are in the process, I can help. I have over ten years experience helping couples heal from the pain of an affair or betrayal.
Contact us to schedule a time.
Reduced rate for initial therapy session.