Infidelity therapists in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Center for Healthier Relationships, Individuals, & Sexualities, marriage and family therapist
Infidelity

Center for Healthier Relationships, Individuals, & Sexualities

Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CST
Therapists at CHRIS who have specialized training in marriage and family therapy are equipped with skills to work with recovering from infidelity.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Philadelphia, PA 19102
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Brian Swope, marriage and family therapist
Infidelity

Brian Swope

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Few things in a relationship have the devastating effect that an affair can have. Healing from the trauma is important work, and it doesn't have to mean the end of a relationship. A relationship can grown and depend when both partners can see how and why an affair happened and choose to fix, rather than blame.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Philadelphia, PA 19102
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Kimberly  Flemke, marriage and family therapist
Infidelity

Dr. Kimberly Flemke

Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
I see entering therapy as sacred work. I view relationships as our biggest vehicles of growth in life and believe every relationship has something that can be learned from it to help us embrace more of who we really are. I specialize in individual, couple and sex therapy, as well as trauma.  
30 Years Experience
In-Person in Philadelphia, PA 19125
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Marion Rudin Frank, psychologist
Infidelity

Dr. Marion Rudin Frank

Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist
We explore the meaning of this symptom, what motivates it and its consequences and benefits.  
39 Years Experience
In-Person in Philadelphia, PA 19103
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Havertown, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Charles Zeiders, psychologist
Infidelity

Dr. Charles Zeiders

Psychologist, PsyD, Diplomate in CBT,NBCC Certified,Licensed Psychologist
Often described as the "Best Kept Secret of the Main Line." Dr. Zeiders is quietly popular for his insightful, effective psychotherapy, executive coaching and "fix it" abilities as a Psychologist. He treats anxiety, stress, shyness, depression, marital issues and addictions.  
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
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Infidelity

Integrity Counseling Services

Counselor/Therapist
Infidelity can destroy a marriage; however, the good news is that marriages can be healed and restored. By taking responsibility for infidelity, atoning for it, an healing marital wounds, trust can be restored and couples can create the healthy, happy and holy marriages they've always wanted.  
27 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Allentown, Pennsylvania therapist: Sara Burth, counselor/therapist
Infidelity

Sara Burth

Counselor/Therapist, LPC
Therapy can be instrumental in helping individuals and couples navigate the complex emotions, challenges, and decisions associated with infidelity in their relationship. By working with a skilled therapist, couples can heal from the pain of infidelity, address underlying issues, and build a foundation for a healthier and more fulfilling future together.  
3 Years Experience
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Malvern, Pennsylvania therapist: Ali Wilburn, licensed clinical social worker
Infidelity

Ali Wilburn

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Through my use of the Emotionally Focused Therapy model I work with many couples to repair relationships after affairs.  
21 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
West Chester, Pennsylvania therapist: Stacy Brumage, licensed professional counselor
Infidelity

Stacy Brumage

Licensed Professional Counselor, LCP, LCPC
I specialize in offering compassionate support for individuals and couples grappling with the aftermath of infidelity. Infidelity can shatter trust, destabilize relationships, and create profound emotional turmoil for all involved. I understand the complexity of these challenges and am here to help guide you through the healing process. My approach to infidelity therapy is grounded in empathy, respect, and a deep commitment to supporting clients as they navigate the complexities of betrayal and forgiveness. Whether you're the betrayed partner seeking understanding and closure or the partner who has strayed seeking redemption and reconciliation, we provide a safe and nonjudgmental space for you to explore your emotions, fears, and hopes. Through both individual and couples therapy sessions, I facilitate open and honest communication, helping clients process their feelings, identify underlying issues, and rebuild trust and intimacy. I offer evidence-based techniques such as Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Betrayal Trauma and cognitive-behavioral interventions to help couples navigate the road to recovery and renewal. I am dedicated to guiding clients towards healing and growth, whether that means repairing the relationship or finding closure and moving forward separately. I believe that with commitment, empathy, and support, it's possible to emerge from infidelity stronger, more resilient, and with a deeper understanding of yourself and your relationship. If infidelity has shaken your world, know that there is hope for healing. Reach out to specialized infidelity therapy services today and take the first step towards rebuilding trust, restoring intimacy, and finding peace.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Susan E. Schumacher, licensed professional counselor
Infidelity

Dr. Susan E. Schumacher

Licensed Professional Counselor, DA, LPC, LCPC, CCTP, EMDR Clinician
The pain and disruption of infidelity can profoundly impact a relationship. Letting go of assumptions and looking for deeper meaning within can help to gently care for each person as issues around why the partner stepped out of the relationship emerge. The process of holding space to allow for this kind and gentle exploration can lead to new understanding of self and other in the relationship, and create pathways to build a new kind of partnership, over time.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person Near Philadelphia, PA
Online in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania