Group Therapy for Betrayal Trauma

Have you experienced infidelity in your relationship? Or have you recently discovered your partner is secretly looking at porn or having online relationships? Are you struggling to regain trust?

Do you feel like your life will never feel “normal” again?  Group therapy is a wonderful model for processing through any issue. In group, you encounter others who are experiencing the same issue you are living through. There is something about knowing you aren’t alone and someone else has similar feelings as you do is helpful.

What is Betrayal Trauma?

If you’re experiencing betrayal trauma due to infidelity or sexual/porn addiction, you might consider attending a group through Mending Hearts Counseling. Betrayal trauma happens when someone you’re significantly attached to violates your trust in a critical way. Infidelity or betrayal through porn is a life-shattering experience. You’re likely experiencing symptoms such as sleep impairment, anxiety, feelings of grief/loss, undereating/overeating, unsettled stomach, flashbacks or intrusive thoughts to name a few.

Join a Group!

In group counseling you’ll experience time to process with others (45 minutes) and psychoeducation time (45 minutes) with topics that include but not limited to: boundaries, safety, triggers, gaslighting, grief/loss, self-care, and trust. Each group size limited to keep it manageable. Group will be facilitated by Carolyn Mader, LPCC, who specializes in sexual addiction and betrayal trauma. Carolyn has experience in leading both work and process groups. If interested, email: to receive more details.

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