One of the most painful incidents a relationship can endure is the presence of an affair. Often when an affair is revealed, partners may wonder if the relationship could possibly survive and how they could ever recover. Feelings of anger, betrayal, shame and sadness can often cloud a couple’s ability to see a future for thier relationship
Though affairs are painful, our counselors at Biltmore Psychology and Counseling have helped many couples work though the difficult aspects of an affair and have led them to a place where they are more healthy and whole than when they started. Through hardwork and commitment to the process, couples can and often do find a more enriching relationship dynamic that what existed prior to the affair.
In our discussions, we will create a safe environment of healing and reassurance to help the relationship return to a place where that is secure for both partners. Communication skills and individual needs will also be addressed to help better understand what precipitated the affair and how to prevent it from happening again in the future. Our counselors will work with the couple to lay down a foundation in which trust can be reestablished, forgiveness can be given and love can flourish.
Helping relationships thrive is at the core of the work we do here at BPC. We are commited to helping you through this situation to a healthier and more fulfilling time in your journey.
Teletherapy & Video Counseling Sessions Available
Biltmore Psychology and Counseling offers teletherapy sessions as a way to participate in counseling without needing to be physically present at our office.
Meet our Team
Doctorate and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Practice Areas: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), relationship / marriage counseling, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD / Trauma, Grief, Spiritual Integration, Medical Counseling, Immigration Evaluation Services
M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Arizona State University
B.S. Family and Human Development, Arizona State University
Practice Areas: Relationship / marriage counseling, pre-marital counseling, grief and loss, general counseling, anxiety and depression, individual therapy, life changes, work/life stressors
M.S. Counseling and Human Services, University of Toledo
B.S. Psychology, Bowling Green State University
Practice Areas: relationship / marriage counseling, pre-marital counseling, parenting, general counseling, anxiety and depression, individual therapy, career decisions, caring for aging relatives, life changes, work/life stressors
M.C. Counseling, Arizona State University
B.A. English (Literature), Arizona State University
Practice Areas: Adjustment Disorders, anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), depression, disability counseling, existential therapy, faith-based counseling, general mental health counseling, gerontological counseling, grief counseling, individual counseling, mindful self-compassion (MSC).
M.S. Community Counseling – University of Phoenix,
B.A. Forensic Psychology – Saint Ambrose University
Practice Areas: Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, EMDR, LGBTQ+, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Couples Counseling, Mindfulness, Chronic Illness.
Our Location in Phoenix, AZ
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Our couples counselors apply professional expertise and understanding to provide the best holistic counseling services in Phoenix, AZ.
A 10-min consultation can help you determine whether our services would be the right fit for you. Call us today for a free phone consultation.