One of my specialties is Infidelity Recovery. It does not matter where you are in the process. If you suspect infidelity, just found out about it or had it happen years ago, I can help you.
My approach is more of an active process of recovery vs. simply letting time go by. You know that time will pass, but you want your wounds to heal in a healthy way and not have those wounds cause future problems from unresolved issues or resentment related to the affair.
Together, our goal of counseling is not to prolong the pain, but to shorten the time it takes to heal, reduce the hurt and get to forgiveness. We will rebuild trust and examine the disconnect that allowed infidelity to affect your relationship. This step can ultimately strengthen your relationship.
Many of my clients report getting the “spark back” and having a “renewed excitement” after going through counseling.
Even if you choose to end the relationship, forgiveness will be important for you to be able to move on, be mentally stable and have future healthy relationships. Forgiveness is especially important if there are children involved.
I want to help you LET GO and have harmony in your life/relationship again.
******Sometimes an affair marks the end of a relationship.
Ending a marriage is never easy. It will be essential to do everything possible to minimize any collateral damage and do everything you can to prevent yourself from carrying unnecessary baggage into your next chapter.
When a couple chooses to end their relationship due to infidelity or any other reason, guidance to end it with integrity and dignity can be priceless for everyone involved.
Divorcee does not need to mean the end of a family. In today’s progressive society it can mean the re-organization of a family instead.
We know you will recover one way or another. I will guide you in having a healthy and timely recovery and to have as minimal of an impact on the children as possible.