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Infidelity Demographics

  How many times have you heard people say “it will never happen to us”? Maybe you have even said it yourself. It is widely thought that affairs only occur in bad or unhealthy relationships, but that too is a myth. Sadly, no one is immune to infidelity. Monogamous relationships are what ... Read More

Professional Insights

  The Institute’s official eZine hits its 59th Edition with a couple of great articles and a focus on professional development and counsellor self-maintenance.  First... Wendy Mead, one of the Institute’s Senior Education Advisors, explains the importance of counsellor development via supervision, learning, and more. Then... Carol Moore, Adelaide’s Branch Manager, ... Read More

Types of Affairs

  Knowing the type of infidelity sometimes makes understanding it a little easier. Was it a one night stand or a long term affair? Was it due to mid life crisis or an act of retaliation? Is there a sexual addiction or did he/she want the marriage to end? There are several ... Read More

You have been providing relationship counselling to a married couple for 4 months. The couple (Jeremy and Lucinda) have identified a number of issues, including a lack of trust, intimacy and communication. Jeremy had been involved in a brief affair, which he had confessed to his wife. It is largely ... Read More

But Why?

  There is no simple answer to why someone becomes unfaithful. It could be a symptom of other problems in the relationship or it could relate to something in your partner’s past. You may never truly know why it happened. Some believe that in order to reduce anxiety in relationships, we ... Read More

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