Coaching and Counseling Couples

In Healing From Affairs


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  Sally Connolly and John Turner, experienced therapists who can help couples heal from affairs.

Here are some of the things we will help you with as you move along a road of recovery and toward growth in your relationship. 

We will begin with strategies that have the best chance of success. The sooner that we can begin, the better. We will help you avoid the common pitfalls and mistakes that couples make after an affair has been revealed.

When hurt, pain, shame, guilt and anger are present, there are many reactions and overreactions that can be more damaging than helpful and are often later regretted … after the damage has been done. 

Together, we will develop a vision for the future of your relationship and determine healthy and loving ways to move in that direction.

Want help, right here and right now?  Click here to be taken directly to our online counseling and coaching enrollment page. 

We can begin quickly. You will receive a call or email back from us within 1 business day.

We will focus you toward rebuilding your friendship. Rebuilding the friendship allows for the opportunity to talk calmly and lovingly about the affair. When couples like each other, in spite of a high level of stress, conversations about tough subjects are easier. 

We will help to make it easier for the two of you to
talk about the affair, answer important questions, acknowledge feelings and struggles with trust.


Rebuild Trust.  Trust and healing do not come over night. There are some specific suggestions we can offer to help you recover any and all trust in a relationship.
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Focus on the "whole" of the marriage.  Together, we will develop an understanding of the vulnerabilities as well as the strengths of the marriage. You can expect to receive concrete, clear directions for how to heal the problems in the marriage, both those there before the affair and any that have occurred since the affair began.