Infidelity therapists in Englewood, Colorado CO
Counselor/Therapist, Licensed and Pre-Licensed Therapists
Infidelity can be one of the most painful experiences a couple can endure. Yet, research is clear that couples who get help stand a very good chance of not only staying together, but developing the kind of relationship that is affair-proof and meaningful to both partners. We've helped many couples overcome the devastation of an affair, and we believe you can do it too.
15 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, M.S., Ph.D., LMFT
True Happiness and Stability Stems from the Quality of our Significant Relationships! I provide therapy for children, adolescents, individuals, elders, couples, and families. I focus on people's strengths and possibilities while addressing their real life difficulties.
17 Years Experience
Life Coach, Certified Conscious Uncoupling Coach | Certified Calling in "The One" Coach
If you've experienced infidelity in your relationship, the Conscious Uncoupling coaching program can help you... and you don't need to be going through a breakup for it to work for you. If you want to stay together, and make your relationship work, then it's essential to understand where the relationship went off the rails, and how to get it back on track. I can support you through the program, to Consciously RE-Couple. And if you DO decide to go your separate ways, then Conscious Uncoupling Coaching will support you to gain the insights you need from this experience, so that you are liberated to create something different in your future relationship.
7 Years Experience
Explore confidentially the confusing, ambivalent nature of your extramarital situation.
40 Years Experience
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, LMSW
Deciding to focus on healing after experiencing infidelity is a courageous journey, and I am here to provide compassionate guidance and support. We will addressing pain, betrayal, and the intricate web of emotions and triggers that arise. Together, we will explore the roots of the infidelity, fostering open communication and understanding. My approach blends empathy with practical tools, empowering you to rebuild trust, redefine boundaries, and chart a course towards relational healing. If you're grappling with the aftermath of infidelity, I'm here to offer support, insight, and a non-judgmental space for rebuilding and rediscovery. Let's work together to navigate this challenging chapter and forge a path towards a stronger, more resilient relationship.
8 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, MA, LPC, ADDC, NCC
Have you experienced infidelity within your relationship? Do you now feel as if you cannot trust your partner or be vulnerable in your relationship because of the loss of trust and intimacy? Know that this is normal when experiencing infidelity but it does not have to be the new normal for you. Through real therapeutic work, we will collaboratively find a way for you to build yourself back up again in order to take control of your life again. Contact me today for a free 15-minute consultation to get started on your therapeutic journey today!
3 Years Experience
Pastoral Counselor/Therapist, MATS, MPM
Relationship counseling after infidelity will focus on the integration of the mind, body, and spirit after experiencing the sense of betrayal, failure, guilt, grief and loss associated with infidelity.
21 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Throughout my counseling practice I have worked successfully with people who have experienced problems with depression, anxiety, fears, trauma, relationship difficulties and low self esteem. I will help you gain self-confidence, become more successful and experience more satisfying relationships.
33 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, MS, LPCC
Counseling for healing after infidelity addresses emotions such as betrayal, hurt, anger, guilt, and shame. I help guide clients in developing coping strategies, communication skills, and emotional resilience as they work through the aftermath of the affair. My goal is to support individuals and couples in making informed decisions about the future of their relationship, whether that involves reconciliation, rebuilding trust, or moving on separately.
1 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, MA, LPCC, NCC, EMDR
When people experience the ultimate betrayal, nothing seems to come close to this kind of suffering and loss. It is almost like experiencing death but no one died. This kind of event in a person's life must be treated like a great loss and a person should be allowed the time and space to feel these feelings and allow themselves to grieve.
1 Years Experience