Most people in their lifetime will be affected by infidelity. So why aren't we talking about it? This crisis exists in the shadows. I'm determined to shed light on this common, yet complex and very misunderstood experience.
Whether you are dealing with an affair alone, or trying to heal as a couple, I firmly believe that a better life for you can lie beyond this cataclysmic experience. Even if it's not the one you planned.
In my years of work as a psychotherapist in private practice, I've helped countless individuals and couples process the extramarital affairs that are impacting their life. Infidelity has affected my life and the lives of countless others I love and care about. It became a clear path for me to make it my mission to help others through, and to heal and grow from, an affair.
With this unique lens, I combine valuable lived experience and specialized professional expertise to provide intensive, solution-focused consultation to clients far and wide who are struggling with infidelity. Clear guidance, solid support and knowledge-based compassion are the cornerstones to each confidential session.
I'll help you get clear about how you got here, what you want, and where you're going. You can count on a warm, shame and judgment-free style, no matter who you are or what you are facing.
I look forward to working with you.
Lauren holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Creative Writing from The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, and a Masters in Professional Counseling from The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.
She has helped countless individuals transform their life's greatest challenges into opportunities for positive growth and change in her private psychotherapy practice.
She uses a relational, trauma-informed, and recovery-focused approach to her work with individuals and couples far and wide who are navigating the complex and painful dynamics of marital affairs.