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Infidelity Workshop

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a 2-day training.

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Date & Time:

  • Day 1: 3 June 2022, 8.30am – 4.30pm
  • Day 2: 4 June 2022, 8.30am – 4.30pm

What is it about?

The disclosure of an affair is among the most devastating and painful experiences that couples face. It is also one of the most challenging and complicated problems encountered in therapy. Similarly, trauma and it's impacts is often experienced in relationships as a barrier to processing emotional experiences, building trust, intimacy and connection. This workshop will examine the theory of infidelity and it’s causes, the symptoms and relational impacts of trauma, models of treatment and present a range of interventional strategies for helping couples repair, rejuvenate and re-build their relationships utilising our unique approach to Integrated Couples Therapy.

Some of the challenges encountered in treatment that will be addressed are:

  • How much about the affair should be disclosed,
  • How to help with shattered trust,
  • Hyper vigilance, hyper-arousal and anxiety; and
  • How to develop the skill of emotional attunement and build empathy between the partners.

What will you learn?

  • Integrate complementary perspectives in the treatment of infidelity and trauma;
  • Identify key thematic considerations in understanding and treating infidelity and trauma, including pitfalls to avoid;
  • Address the issue of confidentiality in couples therapy with clarity;
  • Understand the importance of maintaining the primacy of joint sessions while also using individual sessions to support the joint couples work;
  • Gain knowledge of how to use a couple’s dialogue process and empathic emotional processing techniques to facilitate the couple’s work of emotional healing.


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About Trish Prunell-Webb:

Trish has a Master of Clinical Psychology degree through Charles Sturt University, and was the first person to become a Certified Gottman Therapist as well as a Master Trainer and Consultant for the Gottman Institute in Australia.

Trish has over 20 years’ experience working with couples in a range of clinical and non-clinical settings, she brings a wealth of experience working with complex couples struggling with trauma, mood disorders, personality vulnerabilities, anger management issues, affair recovery and alcohol use. She is also an experienced clinical supervisor and assessor for the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority.

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