Affairs can bring excitement and joy, and then a lot of pain to all involved. If you find yourself involved with someone else, I would recommend you seek professional help from a couples therapy specialist. You may need support to explore your feelings about the affair, your marriage or committed partnership, and your life. There is a process to learn what meaning the affair has in your life (why it is happening). From this deeper understanding, it becomes clear to the individual what direction they want to pursue. Without the opportunity to explore your feelings, motivations, and inner conflicts, you may arrive at a premature conclusion that you may later regret.
This is an area I have a lot of experience in. I have been trained by some of the pioneers in affair recovery including Esther Perel, Ellyn Bader, Janis Abrahms Spring, John Gottman and Sue Johnson.
My job is to support you to and to create a non-judgmental atmosphere.
Affairs are common and most couples chose to work on their marriage once an affair is disclosed. There is hope. There is choice. There is even possibility of transformation. I have helped a lot of couples grow from this marital crisis. And some move on, but with full accountability to themselves for the lessons learned and growth demanded upon them. A crisis time is often a moment of time when great opportunity exists. I will help you get through this period, learn from it and grow into the next phase of your intimate life.