Online Infidelity Counseling

Effective help to heal hearts and restore marriages when vows have been broken.

The image you have of your spouse has been shattered. 


Maybe you just discovered your husband’s pornography addiction; or perhaps you found out about the other woman. Or women. Maybe you are a husband whose wife has been unfaithful.

You are not sure who you can trust, perhaps not even sure if you can trust yourself any more. It feels like the world is crashing in around you and the end of your marriage is inevitable.

But it doesn’t have to be the end. Whether you are the betrayed spouse or the betraying spouse, we can help.

Did you know you can work together to restore your vows, heal your marriage, and reconnect with your spouse, all from the comfort of your own home?

Our team of Christian therapists help couples recover from devastating betrayal, heal their hearts, and restore their marriages through online infidelity counseling.

We help couples through many issues

We have the experience, training and expertise to help you recover from a variety of forms of betrayal:

  • Infidelity: Adultery, emotional affairs
  • Pornography and/or sex addiction
  • Financial betrayal
  • Hidden addictions
  • Long-kept secrets that have recently surfaced

Benefits of Online Infidelity Counseling

Our online infidelity counseling offers the proven effectiveness of traditional marriage counseling, delivered through a private, secure video call. With it you will:

1. Save Time and Energy

2. Avoid Commute and Hassle of Finding Parking

3. Eliminate Awkward Waiting Room Time

4. Meet with your Counselor from the Location of your Choice

How it Works

We have a direct, proven approach to improving your marital satisfaction. Where other online counseling businesses offer untested approaches and expansive teams of anonymous helpers, we have a team of hand-picked therapists who have chosen to specialize in helping couples rebuild, renew, and recover their marriages through proven, marriage-focused methods.

We don't just help you “get past this.” We help you to understand what happened, make sense of how you got there as a couple, and restructure your marriage so you can co-create a new way of relating that is resistant to infidelity and resilient to other challenges. 

Help for the Betrayed

Our licensed counselors have decades of collective experience in helping others recover from betrayal. We'll help you pick up the pieces of your shattered marriage, create safety and stability for yourself, and then walk with you through the decision of whether to recover your marriage or not. We work with you from a Bible-based value system to help you:

  • Understand the nature and extent of the betrayal

  • Process the grief, confusion, and feelings of broken trust

  • Figure out how to survive the first 90 days and beyond

  • Set boundaries and get the honest details you need

  • Establish emotional safety and begin to heal

Help for the Betrayer

We treat betraying spouses with kindness and respect. We'll still be straight with you, but we'll help you figure out what happened, why, and what you need to do in order to restore yourself as a safe person to your betrayed spouse. You'll learn how to:

  • Make sense of the affair/betrayal and why it happened

  • Get past your own defensiveness and minimization

  • Acknowledge your spouse’s grief without becoming overwhelmed

  • Re-establish trust with your spouse over time

  • Resolve underlying issues so you're not likely to repeat the betrayal


Meet Your Counselors

Our team of professional Christian therapists come from Masters level Marriage & Family Therapy programs with training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.  They are committed to helping you rebuild and recover your marriage, and promise to help you feel heard and acknowledged through our structured process, no matter the circumstances that bring you to therapy. They all have training in empirically validated approaches to helping marriages recover from infidelity. Our goal is creating secure, lasting bonds by increasing closeness and connection.

Jesse Schellenberg, MAMFT, RCC

Jesse strives to create an open, trusting environment where individuals and couples can share and integrate their spiritual beliefs into their work together. He believes deeply in the value of each client and works with them to become the person they desire to be. Jesse holds a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as graduate degrees in Christian Studies and Theology.

Caleb Simonyi-Gindele

Caleb Simonyi-Gindele, MAMFT, RCC, CSAT Candidate

Caleb is the Director of Only You Forever and co-hosts The Marriage Podcast for Smart People, which has more than 1 million downloads. He has been helping heal marriages for more than 10 years.

Mike Takkinen, MA, CPC, CSAT

Mike considers effective counseling to be the fruit of a relationship based on trust and collaborative problem solving. In addition to helping couples improve their marriage, he specializes in helping couples recover from the challenges of sex addiction. Mike holds a Masters of Arts in Christian Counselling.

With OnlyYouForever, you will:

· Reclaim the life you’ve built with the one you love
· Overcome infidelity to re-discover intimacy and trust
· Help your marriage endure any hardship
· Create an intimate and honest marriage
· Build a marriage that’s unbreakable, even after betrayal
· Enjoy your relationship and live your best life

Ready to Get Started?

Click the button below to schedule a free consultation. You’ll meet with one of our therapists for a 20-minute video call that will give you a chance to experience the online marriage counseling experience and give us the opportunity to get to know you a little better to ensure we're the right fit for you. You can come alone, or both you and your spouse can join the consultation —  whatever works best for you.

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