Launch of Infidelity Survival Training and Support Group
Have you recently discovered infidelity? If you’re trying to save your relationship, it’s highly likely that you feeling very alone. Friends and family can be supportive but they don’t really understand.
Wouldn’t it easier if you had a safe space to talk about your ups and downs, with other people who are facing the same struggles and choices?
Perhaps you have got over the initial shock of discovery and most days feel OK. However, your partner believes that the two of you should ‘move on’ and is getting increasingly impatient with your need, in his or her words, to ‘rehash the affair’.
Broadly, you might agree but you are still left with unanswered questions and unaddressed fears.
Wouldn’t it be good to have a forum to discuss your doubts or feeling stuck?
Wouldn’t it be even better to have input from an expert on infidelity for navigating the road ahead?
That’s why I have started my online Infidelity Survival Training and Support Group.
It has moderated discussions and weekly opportunities to ask me questions in my virtual therapy office. I am also building a library of videos on specific topics and two minute tips (sparked by issues raised by the group or by my face-to-face clients).
Other features include specially curated articles from other experts on infidelity and a weekly spotlight where group members share ideas, poems and strategies that have helped them.
An all-in-one confidential online group
An hour of face-to-face time in London with Andrew costs £180 but you can have 3 months of support in the group for just £49.
We are confident the group will be an integral part of your recovery but if you are not satisfied we offer a 14-day money-back guarantee.