Infidelity therapists in Plymouth, Michigan MI
Pastoral Counselor/Therapist, MDiv, PhD
How to restore trust in a broken relationship
26 Years Experience
Therapist, LMSW, LPC, CAADC, LLMSW
With a plethora of therapists on our team we have the ability to meet many needs including Infidelity. We will be able to fit you with a therapist who will meet you wherever you are on your journey. We are here to serve you.
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Staying in tune to our natural, authentic self and cultivates inner peace and overall well-being while healing from past trauma. Revitalize Counseling bases its practice on providing excellent clinical care with a holistic perspective by nurturing a client’s mind, body and spirit to restore life balance. Through theoretical approaches as well as incorporating integrative therapies such as but not limited to guided meditation, mindfulness, adventure therapy (nature walks), art and music therapy, and journaling clients are guided on the journey towards the life they desire
10 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
An area of focus for my practice is related to infidelity. Affair recovery through a relationship or individual lens is something I have a great deal of comfort and experience doing.
3 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, LPC, NCC, CCATP
Infidelity is a long misunderstood phenomenon with many layers. Though it can be easy to have a one size fits all reaction to infidelity, it is usually much more complicated than a decision to leave or stay. While physical unfaithfulness is societies most negatively looked upon, I believe that unfaithfulness can take many forms. My goal is to work with you and your partner to understand the symptoms that lead to infidelity and help you make the best decision for you and your partnership.
17 Years Experience
Psychologist, MA, LLP
Infidelity is one of the most common concerns in a relationship. The definition of infidelity is fairly vast, ranging from sexual contact to texts and the continuation of a profile on a dating site. Estimates range that between 25 to 75% of relationships experience some type of infidelity. After the devastating discovery of infidelity, intense emotions and recurrent crises are normative. The good news, however, is that the majority of relationships not only survive infidelity, but can become stronger and more intimate after processing and repairing the hurt through couple’s infidelity therapy. The key steps in infidelity counseling are as follows: The person who had the affair, needs to be willing to discuss what happened openly, and to be accountable for his or her actions. There needs to be a willingness to make promises and commitments about the future. The betrayed person should set the timetable for recovery. Oftentimes, the person who cheated is eager to put the past in the past, but the other person's timetable needs to be honored. The person who had the affair should examine the personal reasons for straying, and explore what needs to change in the future. Lastly, both members of the relationship need to take responsibility for building a new foundation.
2 Years Experience
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, LMSW
Infidelity can be almost crippling to some couples, and extremely difficult to overcome no matter how much you love the person you’re with. And almost every time there needs to be someone there to assist both of you through this process, and try to figure out where the breakdown happened in the relationship so that it doesn’t happen. It’s really difficult to forgive but also important, and that doesn’t mean looking the other way and pretending it didn’t happen, it takes true healing to trust again.
28 Years Experience