The 7 Step Infidelity Recovery Method

The 7 Step Infidelity Recovery Method is a couple counseling technique for infidelity recovery. The systematized framework supports the healing process, and can help “hold” the therapist as she or he seeks to hold their clients through this painful time.  The therapist (or Infidelity Recovery Specialist) uses behavioral techniques, such as coaching, directing or educating, can be usefully incorporated into a psychoanalytic model.

The 7-Step Infidelity Recovery Method was developed for several reasons:

  1. To provide a step-by-step method for both therapist and couple to work through the affair recovery process.
  2. To educate couples on how to repair the relationship after the crisis of infidelity
  3. As a industry of helping professionals, we are socially responsible to continuously improve couple counseling techniques, and measure the effectiveness of these methods with data (such as the number of divorces this year.)

The good news is that the majority of marriages not only survive infidelity, but IRI therapists & coaches have observed that many marriages can become stronger and more intimate after 7-Step Infidelity Recovery Coaching.


The 7 Steps to Affair Recovery

The 7-Step Infidelity Recovery Method

Click on each of the links below to understand the basic flow of the 7-Step Infidelity Recovery Program.

  1. Commitment
  2. The Affair Story
  3. Personal Healing
  4. Sex & Intimacy
  5. Emotional Needs
  6. Forgiveness
  7. Moving Forward

The 7 Types of Affairs

Affairs are not all the same. Each of the affair types listed below, varies in many aspects. The recovery path will also look different.

To understand the differences in affair types – Click Here

  1. One Night Stand
  2. Avoidance Affairs
    1. Conflict avoidance
    2. Sexual avoidance
  3. Philanderer
  4. Entitlement Affairs
  5. Exit Affairs
  6. Split Self Affairs
  7. Sexual Addiction Affairs


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