Based On Your Answers You Have Just Given, You And Your Partner Are Primarily Dealing With...
The Aftermath Of An Affair
The good news however is that you and your partner can begin the recovery from an affair in just a few counselling sessions.
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Did you know that you and your partner can learn to recover from the aftermath of an affair in just a few counselling sessions, even if every discussion you have had about the affair so far has ended up in a heated argument, the trust levels in your relationship are at zero, or if you want to move on from the affair, but just don’t know how?
I know this sounds crazy because we’re so used to hearing that you need months or years of counselling to help a relationship to change, but the reality is far from this.
In fact, on this page I’m going to share three secrets with you that form the backbone of how I help couples recover from the aftermath of an affair.
Who Am I?
My name is Alastair Duhs and I am a specialist relationship counsellor based in Auckland, New Zealand.
In the last 25 years I have helped thousands of couples recover from the aftermath of an affair and develop a more loving, passionate and connected relationship, often in just a few counselling sessions.
Years In Private Practice
Over 6,500 Clients Seen
Relationship counselling will help you recover from an affair in just a few counselling sessions.
Recover from the aftermath of an affair in just a few counselling sessions.
So what are the three secrets to recovering from the aftermath of an affair?
The first secret is that...
To recover from the aftermath of an affair, you and your partner must understand why the affair happened.
In most cases, there are many reasons why affairs happen. Some of these reasons are to do with the individual who has had the affair. However there may be other reasons why the affair happened, such as how your relationship was prior to the affair.
The truth is that couples need to look at both sets of reasons to truly understand why the affair happened. Without this understanding other affairs are likely to happen in the future.
The second secret is that...
The partner who has had the affair must truly understand the hurt that the affair has caused their partner.
Too many couples try to move on from the affair before this hurt is truly heard, understood and acknowledged. Unless this is done, almost all couples struggle to move on from the effects of the affair.
In relationship counselling I can help couples deal with the hurt that the affair has caused, without either person feeling unfairly attacked, judged or blamed.
The third secret is...
There are some simple communication tools that improve the ways couples talk together about the affair.
It is no-ones fault that most couples have never been taught these simple communication tools. However, as a result of not knowing what these tools are, many couples get stuck in an endless cycle of questions, accusations, blame and denial, often ending up in anger, arguments or distance between them.
In just a few counselling sessions I can teach you the communication skills that you need to know to free yourselves from the aftermath of an affair.
And once you know these skills, you and your partner will usually never go back to the arguments, the distance or the lack of understanding that plague so many relationships after an affair occurs.
Over the years, I believe that I have seen a total of 7-8 counsellors. Without any shred of exaggeration, my experience with Alastair was by far the best. He was extremely helpful and he really truly did change my situation at the time completely into a positive direction. I will never forget what he did for me, and all I need to do is think about him and it renews my faith in people and that they can care and make a difference and things can change.
IT'S TIME TO
Create The Relationship You Really Want To Have.
Relationship counselling has been one of the best experiences we have been through as a couple. I have learned how to control my anger in arguments and I am listening to my partner far more than I have before. We are much closer as a couple and look forward to our future together.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does counselling cost?
I charge $200 for a standard relationship counselling session (50 minutes). Extended sessions of 80 minutes are available for $240. I charge an additional $20 for evening sessions (6pm onwards).
How long does counselling take?
Most couples will considerably improve how they deal with the aftermath of an affair after just a few counselling sessions. While complete recovery does take longer, I can help you recover from the affair far more quickly than if you had not attended counselling.
Where are you located?
I am located at:
433 Lake Road
I can also see people via Skype if you are not located in Auckland, New Zealand.
Can you do sessions via Skype?
Yes, I can conduct relationship counselling via Skype. I have even conducted “3-country” Skype counselling via Skype where myself and each person in the relationship are in different countries. Costs for Skype counselling are the same as in-person relationship counselling.