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Sex, Lies and Damn Lies: Working in the Infidelity and Betrayal Domains

  • 20 Apr 2021
  • 31 May 2023
  • On Demand (GoToWebinar)


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Select this option if you are a FMHCA member who wants attendance to be reported to CE Broker for CEUs.
  • Select this option if you would like to attend this webinar, but you are not a member of FMHCA. If you request CEUs, your attendance will be reported to CE Broker.


Description: Counselors are ill-equipped to handle issues of infidelity and betrayal. Couples present wounded, shamed, angry and unhappy. Presenters will address techniques and interventions including understanding the significance of trust violations, identifications of vulnerabilities, and a process for determining how clients can decide to remain together or apart.

CE Broker Tracking #: 20-847928

This is an event sponsored by FMHCA. This course is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, LMHC, LMFT, LCSW – FMHCA CE Broker #: 50-748

Learning Objectives:

1.    Identify current theories and models for the treatment of infidelity.

2.    Practice specific techniques for treating couples seeking help for an affair.

3.    Evaluate ethical issues that may commonly occur during affair treatment

About the Presenters:

Amber Lange, Ph.D. is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She has been providing counseling services since 2005. Before her counseling career, she was the creator and director of a drop-in, part-time, child care center. She has extensive training and experience in treating infidelity, betrayal, and addictions. Her experience includes both community counseling and private practice work. She recently sold a thriving private practice in Michigan and moved to Florida. She currently is the Director of External Partnerships at Capella University. Additionally, she has been teaching in higher education since 2004. Dr. Lange is a known speaker on topics such as relationships, divorce, alcoholism, intimate partner violence, and addictions; and she has researched, published, and utilized a therapy dog in counseling.

Dr. Konja Klepper is Core Faculty for the CES and MCHC programs at Capella University. She is also a professional counselor, clinical supervisor, and Reiki master. In addition to a research focus on holistic health and wellness, Dr. K believes in preparing counselors and counselor educators as advocates for human development, social justice and change, which will effectively serve the needs of clients and students across a culturally diverse and pluralist society. With a focus on leadership, social justice, and advocacy, Dr. K was the head of our chapter's honors society. Chi Upsilon Chi is the largest chapter of the international honors society, Chi Sigma Iota.  Currently, Dr. K is the head of the CES fieldwork department and Comprehensive Exams. In addition, she is an active member of ACES, AGLBTIC, ASERVIC, and AHC. Next, Dr. K is the Ph.D. residency Track 3 lead, with a focus on qualitative methodology, specifically phenomenology and generic qualitative methods. 

Dr. Carrie VanMeter earned her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision and School Counseling Certificate from The University of Toledo. She is a licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a licensed Professional School Counselor (LSC) in the state of Ohio. She has experience working with children and families both in the community and the high school setting. She also has experience in community mental health agencies providing treatment for juvenile sex offenders, sexual abuse survivors, domestic violence perpetrators and survivors. She is involved in numerous professional organizations including ACA, ASCA, ACES, OCA, OASCA, OASGW, and ASGW. Her research interests include teen dating violence, domestic violence, offender treatment, supervision in counseling, and professional identity and advocacy in counseling.

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