Help When Experiencing Betrayal Trauma

If you are in a relationship with someone who is sexually addicted, you have likely experienced “betrayal trauma”. Betrayal trauma was first introduced as a concept by psychologist Jennifer Freyd in 1991. It refers to the harm that occurs within intimate relationships where betrayal has been discovered. Such harm may cause lasting trauma for the partner of the betrayer. Learning about your spouse’s / partner’s pornography or sexual addiction often leads to depression, anxiety, rage, low self-worth, overeating, overspending, isolation, substance abuse, sexual withdrawal/ anorexia and other similar post-traumatic behaviors.

But there is hope for healing from the trauma. With a Christ-centered approach, we can help you address issues with trust and offer a safe environment to support you in your healing journey.

For more help, please contact our staff.

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