Infidelity Therapists in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY

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Bevin Campbell
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
I am a Park Slope based psychologist who helps couples with communication, escalating conflict, emotional distance, infidelity , parenting struggles, and the impact of grief and trauma. I work collaboratively with couples, creating a non-judgmental space that allows us to tackle the negative cycles that can develop over time. In my practice I also see individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, dissatisfaction at work, difficulties in important relationships, loneliness, grief, and trauma.
(347) 960-4562
Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Neelam Al-Angurli
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have been practicing for over 28 years as a couples, family and individual therapist, for children, adolescents and adults. My areas of specialty include relationships, how to manage conflicts, parenting teens, how to maintain intimacy and co-parent effectively, including the difficulties of dating, infidelity , divorce, sex and finances. Individual problems include depression, anxiety, panic attacks, history of trauma, infertility, and other personal issues. Early career work supervising therapists in a court based crisis unit led me to many decades of work with NYC teens and their families.
(917) 909-4885
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Paula K Solomon
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I am a seasoned therapist, who has been in practice for over 25 years. I have the ability to to connect with a wide range of people, from adolescents to older adults, individuals and couples, gay and straight. I will help you manage anxiety, and depression, and view issues as problems to be solved. Through engagement and support, I have helped people with divorce/separation, marital distress and infidelity , and the challenges of parenting children and adolescents. I also work with people in 12-step groups with family-of-origin issues, like co-dependency.
(929) 238-8141
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Jerry Sachs
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
Verified
Verified
I help individuals overcome the following issues: 1. Low Self Esteem and Insecurities. 2. Stuckness in Work and Career. 3. Excessive and Unproductive Anger . I help couples with 1. Seemingly Unresolvable Relationship Conflict. 2. Infidelity . 3. Moving Toward Separation and Divorce.
(301) 651-9947
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Melissa Paul
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have extensive experience working with individuals and couples experiencing challenges related to anxiety, depression, life and career transitions, intimacy, self-esteem, body esteem, communication, infidelity , divorce, grief, trauma, and financial hardship.
I believe therapy is an opportunity for people to explore themselves and their relationships in order to create space for self-acceptance and deeper connections. In our work together, we will explore life’s challenges, celebrate its joys, and process the experiences in between. I practice focusing on clients' strengths, collaborating to create an individualized approach to address each client’s unique needs.
(646) 762-6394
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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Melissa L. Paul
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have extensive experience working with individuals and couples experiencing challenges related to anxiety, depression, life and career transitions, intimacy, self-esteem, body esteem, communication, infidelity , divorce, grief, trauma, and financial hardship.
I believe therapy is an opportunity for people to explore themselves and their relationships in order to create space for self-acceptance and deeper connections. In our work together, we will explore life’s challenges, celebrate its joys, and process the experiences in between. I practice focusing on clients' strengths, collaborating to create an individualized approach to address each client’s unique needs.
(917) 746-4207
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Amy Mazur
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
As humans, we all have an innate need for personal growth. As I see it, many of us live with a feeling that we have either been standing in one place for too long, or our lives around us are changing at a pace that we cannot control. In either event, it's common to feel overwhelmed, scared, anxious or depressed. However, these life events and circumstances can be amazing opportunities for growth.
(917) 722-4744
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Park Slope
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Carolyn Ella McIntyre
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, EFT
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Are you and your partner becoming distant, like roommates? Are you longing for more closeness? Are you needing to pull away and not sure you can make your partner happy? I can help you and your partner find more emotional closeness and a safer more caring connection. I help many couples and found the best approach to couple counseling and marital therapy to be EFT, Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples by Dr Susan Johnson. Outcome studies show 75% see improvement in trust of their partner, and satisfaction. Improving relationships also decreases stress, enables one to feel safer and less alone.
(917) 746-8666
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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Dr. Ili Rivera Walter
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified
Verified
You’re a modern couple, building a career and a relationship. You notice the effort taking its toll. You’re ready to learn how to protect your spark, so that your love continues to thrive. Perhaps, it’s been too long since you experienced passion and fun with your partner, or you're going through a relationship crisis. You remember when things were different, and you long to be close again. Relationship troubles can de-stabilize everything in our lives; yet, there is hope! Through couple therapy, you will be able to increase your understanding of one another, and solve problems, together.
(914) 252-3052
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Carolina Franco
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
6 Endorsed
Verified
6 Endorsed
Starting therapy is a leap of faith at a time when hope is scarce. It is an act of courage. I prioritize symptom relief and stabilization, but I believe that lasting change and growth stem from a deeper understanding of our histories, relationships, internal worlds, and motivations. I work best with people who are willing to take a risk and become curious about their own complexity. I believe social and political environments, genetic predispositions, and intergenerational histories all interact to manifest our challenges and gifts. Ideally, my clients would be open to uncovering the many unconscious forces at play in their lives.
(347) 934-8803
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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Jennifer Brandt
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, R
Verified
Verified
I guide clients to uncover, understand, and embrace their truths, thereby living a happier, healthier life. Your most enduring relationship is the one you have with yourself. The joy derived as a parent, spouse, friend, or colleague hinges on the way you feel about and see yourself.
(410) 324-6437
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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New Pathways Counseling Center
PhD, LMSW, LCSW, MHC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
New Pathways Counseling Center is an established group practice serving the community for over twenty years. Our services include individual, family, and couple/marital counseling. The New Pathways staff consists of all licensed therapists (psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors) with extensive post-graduate training. To learn more you can go to our website, www.newpathwayscounselingcenternyc.com
(718) 618-5594
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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Susan Lee Bady
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
Verified
Verified
These are difficult and important times that we can choose to inspire us toward personal growth. Let me help you feel less alone and stronger, develop your relationships, and strengthen your coping skills and immune system. I provide a variety of techniques to help you grow. They include talk therapy, EMDR, meditation, Hypnosis. and a spiritual orientation. All these methods enable you to relax and contact your inner strength and wisdom. Thus, you will be able to find solutions and abilities you didn't know you had to overcome your trauma and loneliness, as well as finding strength and hope.
(347) 937-2108
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Barbara Fried
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Barbara Fried is a psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience. A native New Yorker, she has focused her practice working with adults and couples. Barbara takes a multi-faceted approach to therapy and develops a caring environment with her clients.
(718) 925-3855
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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Mark Steven Harren
Art Therapist, MPS, BC, ATR, LCAT
Verified
Verified
"You were born with wings. Why crawl when you can fly?" ~Rumi. Therapy should be a wonderful experience of growth and healing. In a creative, nurturing environment, we will work together to release the effects of past trauma and courageously move forward to create a fulfilling and healthy future. I am a licensed psychotherapist possessing 20+ years of experience treating those struggling with a wide variety of life stressors. As the Program Director at one of NewYork's largest Trauma One Behavioral Health Units , I have passionately treated thousands of individuals, helping them in their recovery to experience a life filled with joy and meaning.
(646) 681-5132
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Sarah Constantine
Psychologist, PhD, MA
Verified
Verified
I'm passionate about helping clients recognize and break unhealthy patterns in their lives, particularly involving close relationships. I work with individuals and couples on cultivating more understanding and compassion for self and others, and on more caring and effective navigation of relationship conflicts. I support clients in advocating for their own needs, desires and boundaries in relationships, and on better understanding the perspectives and needs of others. I welcomed a child at the height of Covid-19 (2020), and I enjoy working with new parents on maintaining self-care and personal fulfillment while parenting young kids.
(646) 791-3630
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Amy Telsey LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
No one seeks therapy because they feel their life is going well. However, seeking therapy is a sign that things are actually going right! Deeply, intimately, and passionately knowing yourself is the key to happiness and I want to help you achieve that. Knowledge is power and with that power you can make decisions to change. You can achieve acess to parts of yourself that can make you feel alive and in love with life. I am excited to help you do that.
(347) 514-6797
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Abbi Klein
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
In a time where we are more aware of burnout than ever, it is necessary to find space for authenticity, play, and rest. My values as a therapist are based in the need to collaborate together for collective healing from the demands of our fast-paced world that prioritizes productivity over connection. Our goal together is to explore the interiors of the mind and body in order to shine a light on the ways we close off from ourselves and others, opening the path to live a more free and expansive life. In addition to traditional talk therapy, I work with somatic practices, including Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy.
(855) 381-8801
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Judith Shatzky
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Are you feeling anxious or stuck? Do you want to make changes but feel unmotivated or uncertain of how to make it happen? I am an LCSW working in direct practice for over 10 years throughout New York City, and I've had the opportunity to help people grappling with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationships, sexuality, career changes, and many other major life issues. My client base includes people working in creative fields trying to assert their artistic vision while making a living, and people moving through major life transitions such as exploring a new identity or recovering from the loss of a loved one.
(929) 499-2510
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11218
Not accepting new clients
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Elizabeth London
Art Therapist, ATR-BC, LCAT
Verified
Verified
I approach therapy from the perspective that healing comes through the caring and dynamic engagement created between two people. Our time together will be a collaboration that encourages mutual presence, relatedness and commitment. Research confirms the importance of this. While no specific technique is consistently effective in eliciting change, certain therapists who bring a particular quality to their work often are. I believe I am such a therapist and my clients consistently report feeling met, nurtured, and empowered by the work we do together.
(646) 461-7360
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Park Slope
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Infidelity Therapists

How does therapy for infidelity work?

A skilled infidelity therapist will provide a safe space for clients to communicate their feelings and concerns. The goal is to be completely honest about what led to the cheating and how it has affected the entire family to prevent it from recurring in the future. The therapist will help the clients work on rebuilding mutual trust and respect and developing better communication and conflict-resolution skills. If the goal is to remain a couple, clients will learn the “danger signs” for their specific relationship, and they will make a renewed commitment to be faithful.

How long does therapy for infidelity take?

Recovery from infidelity can take time, and it can vary from person to person. Generally, a therapist will want to see the clients at least once a week for around six months. Then the sessions can be arranged as needed, depending on the clients’ individual needs. While therapy may end or shift to an as-needed basis, it can take up to two years or more for some clients to fully recover from infidelity.

How does therapy help the partner who was cheated on?

When a client discovers their partner’s infidelity, their trust in the relationship and in the life they had together may be shattered. They often experience mental health symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, grief, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They don’t always want to stay in the relationship; they may feel ambivalent or may even want to leave. Therapy gives these clients a safe and healthy way to communicate all of their complicated emotions and concerns.

How does therapy help the partner who committed infidelity?

Infidelity often occurs when one or both partners’ emotional needs are not being met in the relationship. Therapy can help this client understand why they cheated and figure out how to address those unmet needs without resorting to infidelity in the future. This can lessen (but not entirely eliminate) the risk of repeated infidelity. Clients who cheat may also feel intense guilt about deceiving their partners, a sentiment that they can work through in therapy.