Affair Recovery

Couples Counseling Services:

Affair Recovery

There is perhaps no worse feeling in life than the feeling of being betrayed by a spouse or significant other. When infidelity enters a relationship, it may feel like the beginning of the end. However, it does not have to be.

There is hope for those who choose to work through an affair.

Journeys therapists can work with you to rebuild your relationship after the devastation of infidelity. As you consider whether or not to work through the impact of an affair, the following questions may be helpful:

Are you committed to the relationship even though you or your spouse has been hurt?

Do you want to understand why this has happened to you and your family?

Are you interested in gaining skills in the area of emotional connection?

Does your faith play a role in your desire to work on the relationship?

Do you want to find out if there is anything you can do to salvage your marriage/relationship?


Counseling Can Help The Healing Begin

If relational pain from betrayal exists in your life, we would love the opportunity to assist you.  Many of our clients find hope beyond the feelings of hopelessness and create relationships that they never thought were possible.

We generally recommend scheduling a specialized assessment with a trusted Journeys counselor to evaluate what your child or family’s specific needs are, as well as determining best the options for treatment and more precise answers to the questions you may have about the process. The Journeys team strives to provide you with the best fit professionally, and will happily direct you to the counselor with the best personality, expertise and approach for your family.

Click on the therapists below to schedule a consultation or check out our team to connect with a therapist that’s right for your situation.

Need help? Contact our administrative manager here with any questions, concerns or to be matched with a therapist that is best suited for you and your family’s needs.

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Affair Recovery Therapists