Infidelity therapists in Orlando, Florida FL
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC-Associate, EMDR
Sadly, there are different types of infidelity. I work with the partners impacted by their loved one's affair, chronic and repetitive cheating, sex addiction, sexually problematic and/or compulsive behaviors. I help you with what you need: handling grief or creating ways to feel emotionally more safe or just processing so you don't feel like you are crazy.
9 Years Experience
Therapist, MSW, Registered Clinical Social Work Intern
I offer a safe, healing place to begin work around issues with infidelity. I use evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
1 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, EdD; EdS; MA; MA; LCMFT#0404011018; BCCLC#0131
In relationships or marriages where infidelity and/or affairs has occurred rebuilding trust becomes a major component of the couple's treatment plan. I posit that if therapists are to achieve positive outcomes in their attempts to improve and restore emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual intimacy significant attention should be given to the level of engagement and interaction between couples. Using the humanistic approach I am often able to help couples understand that marital intimacy is not a constant and will change from time to time.
23 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, MFT, MHC, and MSW
All staff are trained in working with infidelity.
0 Years Experience
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW-R, SOTS,
I use my 26 years specialist experience in the treatment of the distorted thinking that creates infidelity, to help my clients correct that distorted thinking , and stop once and for all the self deception that creates that self destructive cheating behavior. I have helped many men learn how the part of them that told them to engage in cheating was actually very irrational, not looking out for them, and that part was was ignoring the otherwise obvious fact that their life in objective terms was actually excellent, and that they had far more to lose than they told themselves at that time of that infidelity. There is often some non-sexual thinking or strategies that also have to be corrected to decrease chances of a relapse, many times the man in question have taken strategies or styles of seeing things from some other time or part of his life , typically childhood, and that worked well for other parts of their life, and applied them later to his family or marriage, wrongly, and created problems that don't need to exist, and this can create a subjective negative view of the situation , that does not reflect the reality, that they then try to "escape" from with that infidelity. I have great success with these men, and they learn how to be faithful, plus how to value their family/marriage, and how to be truly happy in what should be a happy situation.
26 Years Experience