Discovering that your partner has had an affair can be painful and devastating. When an affair is revealed, you both may wonder if the relationship can survive and how you are able to recover regardless if the affair was physical, emotional, or virtual. Infidelity can create feelings of hopelessness, anger, powerlessness, guilt, shame and despair. I can guide you though the difficult aspects of affair recovery and lead you to reconciliation. If you are not certain you want to stay together, I provide ambivalence therapy and recovery therapy for couples who seek to strengthen their relationship post-affair. I provide a structured treatment plan and encourage both of you to take the time needed in therapy to process intense emotions, stabilize your moods, understand and make sense of what has happened and work to restore trust and intimacy. I provide a safe place, free from judgment where you and your spouse can find the support you need to heal from the pain of infidelity. If you are already separated or divorced, I can provide you with tools to better navigate this transition, to began the path of healing, to feel empowered, and to conquer loneliness so you recover from this difficult break up and grow.