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From Affairs & Divorce

If an affair has happened in your marriage, it is devastating. The amount of pain and confusion is unbearable and bewildering.

If your spouse has strayed outside the relationship, your entire world has collapsed. What you thought you knew about your partner is revealed to be a lie. The life that you lived together now has been turned upside down.

If you were the one who has betrayed the marriage, you may not know which way to turn, or who to talk to. There will be conflicting emotions of shame, embarrassment and longing.

You need expert clinical guidance and counseling, a reassuring ear and someone who understands. Because she has been there.

That person is Jennifer McCarron, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been in practice for 25 years and worked with many people who have found themselves in this terrible situation.

Call or text Jennifer McCarron for your free phone consultation and to make an appointment.

(215) 361-7654

Or fill out the form below and she will contact you.

Eugene Kayser, lic. Marriage & Family Therapist

418 Stump Rd., Montgomeryville, PA 18936


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"You gave us counseling without making either one of us feel that you were taking sides.
You always maintained your impartiality with us. You encouraged Rita to be more assertive in stating what she wanted to get from your counseling sessions, as well as what she wanted to get from the relationship.
You taught both of us better communication between ourselves, which lead to an emotional comfort level between us that didn't exist before.
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Rita and Mark

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Counseling can heal the pain and confusion of an affair.