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Couples Betrayal Workshops

Healing from Relationship Betrayal

NEXT SESSION, To Be Determined

Sexual betrayal rocks and unsteadies relationships. When the cheater’s secrecy and double life are discovered, betrayed partners experience deep trauma. The world is turned upside down. “Feeling exposed” seems like an understatement for all. 

For couples wishing they could start again, a Couples Workshop can provide a map for navigating rough seas. 

  • Seeking Integrity: Los Angeles hosts Three-Day Workshops for Couples.
  • These workshops are facilitated by renowned couples and sex addiction therapist Paul Hartman.
  • Space is limited to four couples per session. 
  • Call us at 747.234.4325 for information, pricing, and availability. 


The typical couple in this group needs help answering the question, “How can we fix our damaged relationship?” Goals include:

  • Rebuilding trust
  • Genuine forgiveness
  • Intimacy
  • Establishing and implementing healthy boundaries
  • Communication skills
  • Learning how to have respectful and productive conflicts
  • Grieving losses together
  • Healthy sexuality
  • Spirituality
  • Enjoying time (playing) together
  • Planning for continued recovery and healing

Paul Hartman, LMFT

Paul Hartman LMFT, CSAT has more than 25 years of experience leading group therapy workshops for couples and individuals who are struggling with sexual addiction or chronic infidelity. He has trained with the most prominent addiction therapists and researchers in the nation, including Robert Weiss, Patrick Carnes, Pia Mellody, and Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse. He works exclusively in the group intensive model. His treatment methods build on the 12-step self-help model, the prodependence model, and the latest research on relationships and addiction.

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