When trust between spouses is broken, it may feel as though your whole world is falling apart. Whether staying in the relationship or not, often an experienced therapist can help you sort out your feelings, better communicate with your partner and help rebuild trust. 

If you have had an unfaithful partner, you may feel;

    • Anxiety/depression
    • Low Confidence and self esteem
    • Rage
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    • Poor performance at work
    • Loss of motivation 
    • Self-blame or shame

A person may engage in infidelity for many reasons, including: 

    • Depression
    • Sex Addiction
    • Low self esteem 
    • Lack of emotional intimacy

Working through infidelity to help mend a relationship takes work. Open communication, expressing feelings of hurt and anger, being honest with each other and identifying any dissatisfaction in the relationship are important steps when working through infidelity.

 Therapeutic modalities often used with infidelity clients include: 

    • Emotion Focused Therapy
    • The Gottman Method 
    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

At Vault, we want to help both partners heal from infidelity and make an informed decision that’s best for them going forward. Please give us a call to chat with someone about how we can work together. 

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