Female Betrayal Partner Trauma Care
Female Betrayal Trauma Care
We understand trauma betrayal wounds – the pain, confusion, anger, disbelief, distress, hurt, insecurity, fear, uncertainty, anxiety, as well as the loss of relational safety and stabilization.
We believe the behavior of your partner’s betrayal is not the result of anything you did or did not do. Nevertheless, you have been impacted. These types of trauma betrayal wounds run deep and wide and when left untreated, can affect the betrayed partner in so many negative ways. You need to heal so you can move forward.
Private, Safe, Confidential Counseling
Healing The Wounds
We will gently guide you through creating a space where you can voice your sorrow and pain as you come to acknowledge the reality of what has happened to your relationship. Recovery will help you explore insights and healing strategies to help you regain a healthy sense of you.
Stephanie Carnes PhD., author and educator regarding sexual addiction/partner issues states:
“We want to reassure you that by giving yourself the gift of your own recovery, you will begin to see hope again. Eventually you can create a peaceful, healthier you.”
By utilizing a therapeutic approach, partners of sex addicts are guided step-by-step through a personal healing recovery using specific tasks and exercises created by three experienced sex addition experts-Stephanie Carnes, PhD, Maria A. Lee, LMFT, and Anthony D. Rodriguez, LCSW. Together, they have developed eight essential healing steps towards recovery.
The Eight Healing Steps:
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Taking The First Step
If you have been impacted by a partner betrayal, healing the wounds begins by taking the first step by getting help. Remember, you are brave and courageous. You can heal. It’s not your fault.
Omar Minwalla, Psy.D., psychologist and clinical sexologist writes:
“Partners actually often experience clinically significant sex addiction-induced trauma (SAI-Trauma), which is the specific type of trauma and traumatic symptom clusters that result from the direct impact of the sex addiction and the associated chronic patterns of sexual acting out, relational perpetration, emotional abuse, deception, betrayal, psychological manipulation and compartmentalization. The clinical complexities and the degree and extent of psychological destabilization, ego fragmentation, relational and social ruptures and post-traumatic symptoms seen among partners are profound.”