Infidelity therapists in Nashville, Tennessee TN
Psychologist, PhD, LPC, PsyD, MSW, Marriage and Family Counselor, LCSW
We have extensive experience working with clients who struggle with romantic relationships and has successfully helped multiple women and men with issues such as infidelity, breakups, and dissatisfaction with a partner. We know how to help you figure out what you want, feel like you DESERVE it, and then, make it more likely that you make your dreams reality. We can quickly help identify places you get stuck and accidentally get in your own way.
9 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC-MHSP, LPCC-S, CMHC-S, LPC-S, NCC
In couples therapy, partners who choose to rebuild their relationship after an affair may use therapy to help rebuild trust in their relationship.
9 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, LPC-MHSP, FNP-C, Lifecoach
With my primary specialty being narcissistic abuse, infidelity is all too common in the lives of many of my clients. I support victims of infidelity as well as couples who have experience infidelity by assisting them in processing the emotions connected with the breach of trust, accessing the "unreachable" emotions through journaling exercises, helping the client or clients communicate as clearly as possible their truth concerning how they feel about the infidelity and what must be done on the part of the one who committed the infidelity in order for the relationship to continue, and working with the client or clients on forgiveness and radical acceptance. Sometimes the infidelity is not able to be repaired to the point that the relationship can continue, but my approach is to support the client or clients in exploring all possible options so regardless of what the final verdict is, the client or clients can have sensible closure. This is an essential part of coping with and moving on from any kind of infidelity.
6 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, Ph.D., LMFT, CAS, EMDR-2
This is a really difficult issue to deal with. As a marriage and family trained therapist, I have been trained to deal with all the many issues that come from that issue. This is based on what the clients want and need and to lead them through the process. Often the outcome will change because of the process itself being so personal and involved in many different areas.
34 Years Experience
Recovery from an affair can be a lengthy process. The infidelity can be used as a way to strengthen the relationship if both parties are fully committed to treatment. Taking responsibility for the hurt, along with healing from the trauma that has been created are critical components of the process. Learning how to communicate needs more effectively and reaching out to your partner when feeling vulnerable are critical parts.
18 Years Experience