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Finding the Path Back

Couples Therapy After an Affair

Leo Fay • 9/10/2019

By Leo Fay - Every therapist knows that the disclosure of an extramarital affair can create an explosive crisis undermining the foundation of trust necessary to sustain a relationship. In the midst of that turbulence, our job is to help couples find a pathway to a new understanding of themselves and their marriage. Here's a protocol I've found especially helpful.

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Copyright:
2/4/2013
Authors:
DON-DAVID LUSTERMAN, PHD
 
EMILY BROWN, LCSW
 
FRANK PITTMAN, MD
 
LEO FAY, PHD
 
SHIRLEY GLASS, PHD
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NRC095551

Turning Down the Temperature

Handling One of Marriage's Most Explosive Crises

Leo Fay • 9/1/1994

Every therapists know that disclosure of an extramarital affair can create an explosive crisis undermining the foundation of trust necessary to sustain a relationship. In the midst of that turbulence, our job is to help couples find a pathway to a new understanding of themselves and their marriage. But how is the therapist to maintain his or her bearings in such stormy cases? I've found a standard protocol, first developed at the Center for Family Learning, extremely helpful in providing a therapeutic structure for couples facing the crisis of infidelity.

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Copyright:
2/4/2013
Authors:
DON-DAVID LUSTERMAN, PHD
 
EMILY BROWN, LCSW
 
FRANK PITTMAN, MD
 
LEO FAY, PHD
 
SHIRLEY GLASS, PHD
Product:
NRC095551
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Finding the Path Back

Couples Therapy After an Affair

Leo Fay • 9/10/2019

By Leo Fay - Every therapist knows that the disclosure of an extramarital affair can create an explosive crisis undermining the foundation of trust necessary to sustain a relationship. In the midst of that turbulence, our job is to help couples find a pathway to a new understanding of themselves and their marriage. Here's a protocol I've found especially helpful.

Daily Blog
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Turning Down the Temperature

Handling One of Marriage's Most Explosive Crises

Leo Fay • 9/1/1994

Every therapists know that disclosure of an extramarital affair can create an explosive crisis undermining the foundation of trust necessary to sustain a relationship. In the midst of that turbulence, our job is to help couples find a pathway to a new understanding of themselves and their marriage. But how is the therapist to maintain his or her bearings in such stormy cases? I've found a standard protocol, first developed at the Center for Family Learning, extremely helpful in providing a therapeutic structure for couples facing the crisis of infidelity.

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Leo F. Fay, PhD, a retired Associate Professor of Sociology at Fairfield University, now resides in Arizona and serves on the visiting faculty of the Center for Family Learning. He is a coauthor of The Evaluation and Treatment of Marital Conflict.