THE REDEMPTIVE THERAPEUTIC RECONCILIATION PROCESS:
Why opt for the foundation of a Redemptive Reconciliation Process – a Therapeutic Full Disclosure; an Impact Statement; and a Restitution Response?
Rebuilding a marriage broken by infidelity or compulsive problematic sexual behavior is a painful journey. However, when couples are willing to commit to the complete procedure of marriage reconstruction and restoration after betrayal under the guidance of trained professionals, hope is possible.
That procedure, the Redemptive Reconciliation Process, forms the sound foundation for their future and entails committing to the following three steps:
Both husband and wife being prepared for, and undertaking, a Full Therapeutic Disclosure.
The wife being prepared for, and being allowed to deliver, an Emotional Impact Statement.
The husband being prepared for, and completing, an Emotional Restitution Response.
More importantly, couples are also to be aware, that as a result of the complexity of the wife’s betrayal trauma, the time the wife would need to heal could potentially take up to two years, with residual flashbacks potentially occurring for at least five years.
Finally, it should be understood that the reason for this thorough approach stems from the vast amount of damage usually done through incomplete and non-therapeutic disclosures. Incomplete or ‘drip-fed’ confessions usually represent cracks in the foundations of the healing process of a marriage in need of rebuilding and restoration after betrayal.
To start the process please download the pdf below and send the form back to me.
Also follow the link below to the website Beth Noah- Place of Rest for more information
Redemptive Therapeutic Reconciliation Process
Carin has been an invaluable support to me along my healing journey. In particular, she has helped me see that none of the trauma I have experienced is my fault. For years, I blamed myself, but she has helped me understand addiction's true nature and step out of the shame I carried for years.
Carin helped me to prepare for a therapeutic disclosure. She guided me through the whole process, helped me pose the questions I needed to have answered by my husband, and supported me on the day of the disclosure itself. Following that, she worked with me on my impact letter. I could not have done either of these without her guidance.
She also encouraged me to seek help for some physical issues, and I’m so thankful for that as I feel that I am now getting the help I needed.
Carin is a very experienced counsellor, but more importantly, she is a loving and caring person who always has your best interests at heart. She also has a real heart for God and has helped me to see my trauma through God’s eyes and to realise how loved and cherished I am by Him.