Infidelity therapists in Vancouver, British Columbia BC, Canada CA

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Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Veronica Chase Coaching and Counselling, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Veronica Chase Coaching and Counselling

Counsellor/Therapist, RPC, CCPCP
Couples can go through challenges and seeing where the break down was and moving forward is key.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Jonah Fialkow, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Jonah Fialkow

Counsellor/Therapist, MA, RCC
When working with clients dealing with infidelity, my approach is centered around fostering a safe and supportive environment where all parties involved can express themselves openly and honestly. I understand that infidelity is a complex issue that can elicit a wide range of emotions such as anger, betrayal, guilt, and sadness. First and foremost, I aim to validate the feelings of all individuals affected by the infidelity, whether they are the betrayed partner or the one who engaged in the infidelity. Each person's experience is unique, and it's crucial to honor their emotions without judgment. Next, I facilitate open and respectful communication between the individuals involved. This involves helping them understand the underlying factors that may have contributed to the infidelity, such as relationship dissatisfaction, communication issues, or personal vulnerabilities. By exploring these factors in a safe space, clients can gain insight into their own behaviors and the dynamics of their relationship. I also work with clients to rebuild trust and repair the relationship if that is their goal. This often involves setting clear boundaries, improving communication skills, and addressing underlying issues that may have contributed to the infidelity. Trust-building exercises and techniques for rebuilding intimacy may also be incorporated into therapy sessions. However, I recognize that not all relationships can or should be salvaged after infidelity. In cases where the clients decide to end the relationship, I support them through the process of healing and moving forward separately. This may involve helping them cope with the grief and loss associated with the end of the relationship, as well as assisting them in developing healthy coping mechanisms and setting goals for the future. Ultimately, my approach to infidelity is focused on facilitating healing, growth, and understanding for all parties involved, while empowering clients to make decisions that align with their values and well-being.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6B 1T6
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Erica Beauchamp, marriage and family therapist
Infidelity

Erica Beauchamp

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.Ed. R.C.C.
I've completed specialized training in the field of infidelity to better help the couples I work with rebuild trust. I use a Gottman Couples Therapy approach to this type of work.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R4
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Nina Hopmeier, licensed professional counselor
Infidelity

Nina Hopmeier

Licensed Professional Counsellor, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)
Infidelity often involves a lot of hurt due to a lack of trust and emotional safety. Once somebody has been unfaithful, the entire dynamic of a relationship shifts. People who have been cheated on often feel confused as they try to work out a future plan, either with or without the affair partner. The treatment process for infidelity differs greatly depending on the unique situation of the client or couple. Questions to consider are: Does the client prefer individual therapy over couples therapy? If individual therapy is the preferred method, who will attend? The affair partner or the person who has been cheated on? If the couple would like to come together, I am trained in the Gottman Method Couples Therapy, which is considered the gold standard for treatment. If you are interested in addressing the issue of infidelity, I would be happy to work with you. Please feel free to contact me in order to assess your unique situation before a treatment plan is devised.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6N 3R3
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Peterborough, Ontario therapist: Vanessa Fingland, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Vanessa Fingland

Counsellor/Therapist, CCPCPR.cand, RPC-C
If you are struggling with anger and pain from a recent break up due to infidelity please reach out. I know it can knock your confidence down and make you feel like a failure but I can help you work through those feelings to get to the other side and feel worthy again. I would be honoured to support you through this difficult time.  
6 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Jue Wang, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Jue Wang

Counsellor/Therapist, MCP, RCC, CCC
Most couples find infidelity unacceptable in a committed relationship. However, many people still admitted that they had been engaged in sexual affairs while in an exclusive, committed relationship. In recent years, polyamorous relationships have become the new trend; most people are still looking for an exclusive relationship.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6C 3T4
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Huda Sajjad, licensed mental health counselor
Infidelity

Huda Sajjad

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, MA MSc RCC
I specialize in working with couples and individuals who have confronted or are presently grappling with the complexities of infidelity and betrayal. While this work can be challenging, it holds profound significance as it offers couples the opportunity to reconstruct their relationship and embark on a renewed journey together. My commitment is to guide couples in making informed decisions about their path forward and to provide unwavering support in their pursuit of shared goals. Additionally, I work diligently to aid individuals in their healing process, regardless of whether they have experienced infidelity from within or outside the relationship.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R4
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Halifax, Nova Scotia therapist: Claire Silvester, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Claire Silvester

Counsellor/Therapist, MSC (Psych), BSc (Psych), Certified Sex Therapy Informed Professional (CSTIP), RP.
A program for betrayal and infidelity available. Sessions could focus on repair and discovery. Exploring the relationship dynamics before the infidelity occurred, build a plan for the repair period and discuss relationship boundaries going forward.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
North Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Frances Brown, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Frances Brown

Counsellor/Therapist, M.Ed, RPC, MTC
Infidelity The initial shock of infidelity is shattering to the hurt partner. It feels like a profound loss. It turns your sense of reality upside down. Not only do you feel betrayed, but you begin to question whether you can trust your own perceptions. The world no longer seems to make sense. It feels enormously difficult to recover from. You may feel like you are going crazy but you're not. Whatever you are feeling is a normal response to a traumatizing situation. For the unfaithful partner, you will likely be experiencing a torrent of conflicting feelings ranging from relief that the secret is out to feelings of impatience "I've told you everything and nothing I do or say makes any difference to you", to anxiety and guilt and feeling like no-one is there for you. Partners are equally responsible for the relationship dynamic the brought them to this point. However each person is accountable for the decision they made, ie., to stray outside of the relationship or to shut down and withdraw. One of the key questions couples will be faced with once the secret is out is "should I stay or should I go". Counselling can help you sort through the complexities of this question and decide if this person is right for you. I invite you to book a free 15 minute consultation with me.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person Near Vancouver, BC
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Maple Ridge, British Columbia therapist: Reema Qamar, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Reema Qamar

Counsellor/Therapist, MA, RCC, CCC
Therapy focuses on individual and couples counselling to rebuild trust and deal with relational trauma. Couples therapy focuses on exploration of deep-rooted issues underlying symptoms of infidelity and relational discourse. Individual therapy focuses on identifying the meaning of these symptoms and recovery from past trauma.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person Near Vancouver, BC
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia