Joy Ball Solace Counselling talking about recovering from betrayal and infidelity

Moving on from



When someone you love betrays your trust, it can feel like your whole world has caved in.

With reports suggesting 1 in 3 Australians have cheated on their partner, the impact on many couples is high.

Is it possible for couples to survive infidelity? 

YES… healing will be hard and painful but it is repairable. It takes commitment from both partners to build the trust through support, honesty and commitment. 

The unfaithful spouse needs to be open and honest, show remorse, and be willing to take the necessary steps to prove their trustworthiness. 

The challenge for many couples is their inability to communicate effectively with their partner about their thoughts, feelings and beliefs surrounding what cheating means to them.

What one partner may consider as betrayal, the other may not. It is up to the couple to determine their boundaries within their relationship as to what is acceptable and what is not.

I understand staying together can have its challenges, that’s where I can help you with the tools and strategies designed to support the healing, repair the past and build a stronger connection for you both.

Each session is 50 minutes, costs $100 and the amount of sessions required will vary depending on your situation and your needs.