I've "cheated." Now, what?
A processing group for men who’ve had (or are having) an affair.
When someone decides to secretly step outside their primary relationship to seek comfort, companionship, or adventure, it’s often a sign they aren’t feeling seen, heard, or desired. Unearthing what was behind your decision to cheat is an important step to understanding what that relationship means for you, both now and in the future.
There’s no “one answer” that works for everybody. Come and discover yours and how to best use that information to improve the relationships that are important to you.
Should I tell my partner?
I don't want to end my marriage.
I don't even know if this is what I really want.
This is all my partner's fault.
You've stepped outside of your relationship, and wondering...
I feel so guilty?
What if I want to be polyamorous?
I think I want to leave my spouse for my other relationship.
I don't want my partner to find out.
What if my kids find out?
Is this really cheating if we didn't have sex?
I don't even know why I did this.
Why do I keep doing this?
I never meant to hurt anyone.
We're here to help you answer some of your questions; better understand yourself, your needs, and how to best meet them; navigate your current situation; and participate in your relationships with more intention and purpose.
Tuesdays 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
A weekly meeting of guys who are interested, motivated, and curious about
what led to your decision to get your sexual, relational, emotional needs met outside of your relationship,
accept the reality of your current situation from a mindful and compassionate lens,
work toward healthy and effective communication,
better understand what you want to do now, and
effectively move forward in purposeful and intentional ways.
This is a closed group, meaning the connections, safety, and privacy of group members are taken very seriously. New members are only added when appropriate for the group.
In order to gain the most from this experience, members are encouraged to commit to attending every week.
David Terraso, LMSW
David is a psychotherapist under clinical supervision of Patrick Bryant, LCSW. His experience and training in relationships, sexuality, and mental health counseling includes Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
(404) 491-7751 ext 5