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Reston, Virginia therapist: Dr. John Millikin, licensed professional counselor
Infidelity

Dr. John Millikin

Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LMFT
I work with couples to overcome the emotion of infidelity as well as to get to the deeper issues that surround the infidelity.  
24 Years Experience
In-Person in Reston, VA 20190
Online in Reston, Virginia
Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
Infidelity

Psychotherapy.Com

Psychologist, Ph.D.
Assistance for those who have experienced infidelity in their relationships.  
28 Years Experience
Online in Reston, Virginia
Denver, Colorado therapist: Camille Larsen, licensed professional counselor
Infidelity

Camille Larsen

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LAC
Infidelity is an emotional injury in a relationship that doesn't get healed by simply saying, "I'm sorry." Many times, the offending partner gets that what they did hurt their loved one but doesn't fully understand what it did to them as a person, partner, etc. I can help with navigating the pain, shame, sadness, anger, and other emotions to create understanding and help rebuild trust.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Reston, Virginia
Austin, Texas therapist: Dr. Mike Strand, psychologist
Infidelity

Dr. Mike Strand

Psychologist, PsyD
Infidelity shatters trust, leaving a trail of betrayal and hurt that challenges the very foundation of a relationship. The aftermath brings waves of confusion, anger, and grief, making it hard to see a way forward for both partners. My therapy for infidelity offers a space for healing, understanding, and rebuilding, providing the tools to navigate this difficult journey together, toward a future of renewed trust and connection.  
16 Years Experience
Online in Reston, Virginia
Roswell, Georgia therapist: Alan Brandis, Ph.D., psychologist
Infidelity

Alan Brandis, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
I have worked with many couples where this has been an issue. The first thing that must be handled, if the partner who was cheated on wants the relationship to continue, is to determine if there is real commitment on both sides, and if both are willing and able to have real, meaningful discussions about what was not working for each of them prior to the affair.  
34 Years Experience
Online in Reston, Virginia