Hi, I’m Beth.
I help successful people fully recover after infidelity.
It’s definitely possible. But take the conventional approach to couple’s or individual counseling and you’ll make this even harder.
And the relationship.
We don’t want that.
I know how to help.
You’re smart. Accomplished. You’re successful. You’re a good person. And this is the biggest relationship challenge you’ll face.
Which is why it’s so important you take the right approach. It’s what I do.
It comes from years of experience working with people on both sides of this issue, study and extra training in every major couple’s approach, and my own experience as a client trying to save my marriage decades ago.
I’ve designed an approach called Effective Infidelity Treatment (TM) that actually WORKS for real people.
Interested in one to one counseling or coaching sessions?
I have limited space for couples and individuals. Let’s see if we can get you in.
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Are you a woman whose partner cheated?
My ongoing program, Effective Infidelity Recovery Fast Track is a 12-week investment tailor-made for you.
What to expect:
With Beth’s support, I have survived some of the worst days of my life after my husband’s affair. I have truly learned so much. My family has noticed the change and has said “it must be your counseling.” I love our time together. – LH
After my infidelity, opening myself up and putting myself in a vulnerable position was worrisome. Beth’s persona, willingness to listen, and caring made this easy for me in a manner. Knowing her and participating in her programs has made me a better person. – AJ
Beth’s teachings and methods provided me with an understanding and skills on a much higher level than I ever expected. I’m excited about using them to further cultivate my marriage. – JH
I was really losing my self-respect, my drive, and my joy before I started to work with Beth. She is no-nonsense and direct. She has been a life saver. – LT
Beth cultivates an atmosphere that allows for pure authenticity. The ability for her to tap into my personality traits and how that ties back into my relationships, work, etc. allows me to feel comfortable and confident in myself. It’s remarkable how much I’ve grown and built on my understanding of who I am as a person in less than a year. I would 100% recommend her. -AS
I loved the wonderful insights and gentle, loving way Beth showed them to me. We are now in wonderful relationship. I highly recommend Beth, her coaching, and programs. – SJ
Working with Beth is like working with someone who sees things so instantly and so clearly that it’s remarkable. I find her insight into (not only situations but) me as a person just uncanny. She gets right to the point which has been 100% right. -LT
I feel like a new person and I feel like whatever life throws at me I am now armed to internally resolve it as quickly as possible and with grace! – HT
I would absolutely recommend Beth and her program. I now feel like I have the tools and the practice to be a better communicator. Having this allows me to adjust my thoughts, feelings and the way I pose questions to be able to handle any situation. This not only has allowed me to reconnect on a deeper level with my husband but I also have used it to avoid conflict with my family and friends.- HT
You’re safe here.
I specialize in relationship, yes, and also infidelity treatment including for the offender… no matter how recent or distant. I’m an ally for those exploring their personal and sexual history and identity. I advocate for survivors of intimate partner and family violence. I’m LGBTQ affirming and welcoming. All faiths or no faith, all races and cultures welcome.
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- TEDx Gustavus Adolphus College, Minneapolis, MN, 2017. STOP TALKING: How your communication is actually ruining your relationship (and what to do about it.)
- The Practice of Being Seen Podcast; Episode 46: The Gentle, Benevolent Observer: A new Approach to Addressing Infidelity in Couples Counseling
- Women in Depth Podcast, Episode 78: After Infidelity: Healing for the Offender
- Selling the Couch Podcast, Episode 96: Using Strengths to Address Weaknesses
- Psych Central.com The Art of Private Practice