Do you suspect your partner is having or has had one or more affairs?
Let us help you learn how to talk to your partner about these fears.
While we all want to know the truth, we also have to be ready to hear the truth and know how to ask the questions. We will help you and your partner talk about the threats to your relationship and teach you how to build upon your relationship strengths as well as create new skills that make the relationship more intimate and resilient and secure.
My partner had an affair, now what?
While affairs devastate a relationship, they do not have to end one.
Right now you are struggling to catch your breath. You are shocked and devastated. Do not let your hurt, devastation or anger make your decision. Let us at The Relationship Institute help you calm yourself, slow down the decision process and help you regain your bearings. We specialize in helping individuals and couples survive and thrive after an infidelity as well as determine if the relationship is capable of being rebuilt and growing through the betrayal.
Have you betrayed your partner and don't know what to do about it – tell the truth or “lie ‘til you die”?
Let us help you at The Relationship Institute.
We specialize in helping you understand the choices you have and how to go about dealing with your betrayal and its effects. We will help you survive and thrive after an infidelity AND find your way back to your integrity as well as determine how to proceed and cause the least amount of devastation to your partner, your relationship and yourself.
Are you confused by your betrayal(s) of your partner?
We’ve found that there are only three types of infidelity and each is fueled by an unrecognized feeling that lets us break our word and compromise our integrity.
Let us help you understand how you betrayed yourself and your partner, whether your betrayal has been revealed or not, and help you regain your integrity.
Affairs devastate relationships, but do not have to be relationship enders…
We can help you navigate this painful and challenging time and help you and your partner determine the best future for your relationship.
We will help you heal and rebuild your relationship so it is better and stronger than ever and Affair-Proof.
Infidelity is SO difficult and painful that it often takes the assistance of an expert to help you navigate the intense and complex feelings of the betrayal.
At The Relationship Institute we have more than 35 years of experience working with couples to successfully work through the pain, confusion and devastation of an infidelity. While it seems so unlikely, relationships can heal, prosper and become better after an infidelity. Intimacy Therapy teaches couples how to construct a deeper, more satisfying and resilient relationship despite the pain and disappointment that has occurred. Let us help you become one of those relationship partners! We will assist you in making sense of the immediate chaos of feelings and determine how to best proceed.
Infidelity is SO difficult and painful that it often takes the assistance of an expert to help you navigate the intense and complex feelings of the betrayal. We are committed to supporting partners as they go through the difficult work of finding out whether they can heal their marriage after infidelity has shattered it. As experts in marriage and infidelity, our work with you will offer you hope as we give you the tools and a blueprint for greater understanding and a means to integrate your thoughts and feelings so you can make a clear-headed decision about one of the most important aspects of your life: your marriage.
We have found that the discovery or revelation of infidelity may signal the end of your Long-Term Love Relationship (LTLR) as it was, while simultaneously creating the opening for a new and deeper relationship with that same partner. Working with an expert therapist, couples can get through the intense pain, rage, confusion and shattered trust, find out what caused the betrayal, and rebuild their relationship so it becomes so strong, healthy and intimate that it is no longer vulnerable to infidelity.
Infidelity & Couples Therapy Services
- Relationships in Crisis
- Dealing with Infidelity
- Strengthening existing relationships
- Empty-nest relationships
- Aging and retirement issues, caretaking parents
- Marriages and health challenges
- Chronic and acute mental health and substance abuse issues
- Managing Anger & intense emotions
- Step-parenting skills
- Building new loving relationships
- Premarital assessment and skill building
- New families
- Parenting teens and balancing marriage
- Family Therapy
- Education groups for relationship skill building
- Blended family therapy
Dr. Teagno and Dr. Solomon are licensed clinical psychologists who are dedicated to helping individuals, couples, and families build healthier, happier lives. We founded The Relationship Institute and created Intimacy Therapy to help individuals become the best version of themselves so they can create full, vibrant lives, and to help couples gain the ability to achieve true intimacy in their Long-Term Love Relationships (LTLRs). We WILL help you to understand your “stuck spots” and show you the way to be the kind of person and partner you want to become.
We particularly focus on working with couples who fear their relationship may be broken beyond repair, whether due to infidelity or any other cause.
It is our experience that a large percentage of couples in crisis can not only heal their LTLR, but can rebuild it so that their love is stronger than ever and their LTLR is more fulfilling and healthy than it has ever been.
Whether you individually are in crisis or your LTLR is on life support, TRI’s Intimacy Therapy can provide you with hope, support and the tools to repair, rebuild, strengthen and add resiliency to your sense of self and/or your relationship.
Resources for InfidelityCheck out our library of useful infidelity resources that includes links to TRI hand outs, educational materials and other resources for relationship assistance and conflict resolution.
Couples Weekend Intensive
“Infidelities are devastating,
but not necessarily
Steven Solomon & Lorie Teagno