Trust Issues? Affair? Infidelity?
We Can Help.
Are You Experiencing Any of the Following?
If You're Having One or More of the Signs Listed Above,
1) Recently Discovered - or Strongly Suspect - Your Partner is/was Having a Physical or Emotional Affair
2) Your Partner Won't Answer their Cell Phone When You're Present
3) Your Partner Seems More Distant than Usual
4) Your Partner Won't Let you See Who's Texting Them
5) Your Partner Won't Let you Read their Text Messages or Hides Their Phone When You're Around
6) Your Cell Bill Suddenly Shows Hundreds of Text Messages to One Number
7) Your Partner Is Staying Up Later than Usual, On the Computer
Your Relationship Is Probably Dealing with a Serious Trust Issue, and
You Should Take Action to Rebuild Trust Before it Gets Any Worse.
In our 20+ years of experience, the actions which result in the
most effective and longest-lasting results are:
Couples Therapy / Marriage Counseling and/or a Couples Workshop
(248) 546-0407 (Royal Oak)
(734) 953 4123 (Livonia)
(734) 332-5944 (Ann Arbor)
send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or text us at 248 795-5145
now to make an appointment or learn more about how we can help you.
Recovery from a violation of trust - the foundation of a healthy relationship - is a complex process.
Our staff of fourteen licensed Marriage Counselors, Psychologists and Social Workers - female and male -
has years of experience helping couples recover from any form of infidelity.
We can show you how to:
-process your anger and hurt constructively
-understand what relationship dynamics allowed this to occur
-re-connect in a way that feels physically and emotionally safe to both parties
Prefer a Skill-Based Workshop to Couples Therapy?
Passage to Intimacy Couples Workshop: A PAIRS Program
-Next Program Meets on Saturday, February 16, 2013-
Services available in Royal Oak, Livonia and Ann Arbor,
all conveniently located near major freeways.
Call (248) 546-0407 or send an email to email@example.com now
to make an appointment or learn more about how we can help you.
Listen to a recent Interview with Joe Bavonese, PhD
discussing trust issues in relationships: