The unspoken truth about infidelity is that many, if not most couples survive it. Infidelity Counseling can help.

Infidelity is often a symptom of uncovered and unexplored communication problems. Clearly, infidelity results in major relational upheaval, but it doesn’t have to mean the end of your relationship. As marriage therapist Esther Perel says, infidelity may simply mean that your first marriage is over, and your “second” more meaningful marriage (with your same spouse) can now begin.

Our infidelity therapy sessions can help you to understand the unfaithfulness in your relationship. Through our sessions, you can begin the road to making amends (if both parties wish to continue in the partnership). Eugene Therapy provides a safe outlet for you to express your feelings and emotions about the situation. Working with you and your spouse, our therapists will help you rebuild your relationship and make it stronger.

We have several couples therapists on staff at Eugene Therapy, all of whom have training and experience helping couples navigate the relational aftermath of infidelity. Our therapists can assess your relationship and help develop a plan for you and your partner to get your relationship get back on track.