As experts in infidelity and healing from an affair, we offer a specialized approach to affair recovery that few clinicians are well-versed in. We have the knowledge and experience to guide you individually or as a couple in handling the very unique challenges that occur when an affair is suspected, discovered, and grappled with. No one should have to go through the trauma of an affair alone.
When you hear about an affair, you generally hear about it in the context of the affair resulting in the end of a marriage. What is rarely talked about openly are the many affairs that occur that do not end the marriage. When a couple decides to work through the affair and move forward together, they often choose to keep it very private, with only a few close friends being privy to the secret. Our clients are often surprised to hear how many couples actually experience infidelity and continue to have a happy, satisfying marriage!
Healing is not easy but with the right guidance from an expert in affair recovery, healing is certainly achievable. We never give our clients false hope that this will be a smooth, easy process without a long road of hills and valleys. With guidance and patience a couple can actually end up with a stronger marriage than ever as they open up dialogue, share feelings, and renew commitment.
“Real life romance is fueled by a far more humdrum approach to staying connected. It is kept alive each time you let you spouse know he or she is valued during the grind of everyday life.”
– John Gottman
Resources & Articles
After the Affair by Janis Spring Not Just Friends by Shirley Glass Both of these books are excellent step-by-step guides for both the betrayed partner and the unfaithful partner on how to process, heal, and move on from infidelity.
Your spouse cheated. Now what? Infidelity is a huge crisis for any relationship. And in a crisis, we resort to basic survival skills and react on emotion. Both of you are experiencing extreme emotions. However, the immediate actions following discovery of...
“Love consists in this, that two solitudes protect and touch and greet each other.”
-Rainer Maria Rilke
With guidance and patience a couple can actually end up with a stronger marriage than ever as they open up dialogue, share feelings, and renew commitment.