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The Infidelity Clinic At the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute of Southern California

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“The Infidelity Clinic”
Has infidelity affected your marriage or significant relationship? Do you want to make your relationship work but are too confused, hurt, anxious, or ashamed to figure out how? Have you tried couples therapy and it hasn’t worked? Have you felt it even made things worse?

The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute of Southern California has just announced the opening of the Infidelity Clinic in Newport Beach California – specializing in cutting-edge methods to repair and rebuild relationships.

The Infidelity Clinic at the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute of Southern California focuses on effectively treating couples who want to stay together after an infidelity has harmed their relationship. When a couple faces infidelity, it can be challenging to find the right professionals who have the knowledge, experience, and evidence-based practices that turn the science of psychology into a no-nonsense straight forward apporoach that brings couples closer into a more satisfying relationship.

The approach is unique because it gets to the heart of the matter quickly with a structured treatment protocol that keeps treatment focused and targeted for positive change. Typically the course of therapy lasts 18-20 weeks (but can vary).

Couples will —

• Gain insight into why the affair occurred

• Learn how to build closeness and trust

• How to increase their own (and each other’s) satifaction in the relationship

• How to move forward, and

• How to prevent future lapses in communication and behavior

Paul DePompo, Psy.D. is the director of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute.

You can read more about the Infidelity Clinic and The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Institute at: www.CBTIofSoCal.com

Media Contact
Company Name: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Instiutute of Southern California
Contact Person: Paul DePompo, Psy.D., ABPP
Email: Send Email
Phone: 800.317.8010
Address:2549b Eastbluff Drive, Suite 253
City: Newport Beach
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: www.CBTIofSoCal.com

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