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If a great relationship were easy to cultivate, you’d probably have one. Normal everyday life contains plenty of challenges couples have to navigate. Add addiction or infidelity into the mix, and it can feel next to impossible to rebuild the love you had. But there's good news: bringing a marriage back from the brink is possible with the right help.
In addiction and infidelity, emotions run high for both parties. “If my spouse would just listen, they would know how I feel” is a common complaint couples come to therapy with. Infidelity and addiction are complex issues with many nuances that the standard approach to couples therapy will miss.
You wouldn’t leave major heart problems in the hands of a nutritionist or personal trainer- don’t leave your complex relationship to just anyone. Work with an expert who understands couples therapy, addiction, sexual issues, and trauma- and most importantly what happens when they all intersect.
Vulnerability and intimacy are usually some of the first things out the window as addiction or affairs take root in relationships. You and your spouse can move past the hurt into seeing, hearing, and feeling one another again in a way that connects rather than drives apart.
100% of the clinical work I do is with individuals and couples who are healing from trauma, addiction and sexual issues. We will work together right away to understand the exact nature of what is going on in your relationship so that we can get right to healing. After we are able to stabilize issues related to addiction and intimate betrayal, we can work on building the kind of relationship you can both be excited to be a part of.
I offer a free 20 minute phone consultation for you and your spouse to determine if I am the right fit for you and your spouse. Call or email today to start healing and building the relationship you need.
Addiction, Affairs, PTSD/Trauma, LGBTQQI, High Conflict Couples