I am so grateful to [my peer counselor] personally and to your organization for being there for me in my blackest time. I am thankful for all you did for me and for other women like me. I feel like I am getting control of my life again.W.M., client
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Become a Peer Counselor
You may train to become a volunteer telephone peer counselor if you are a woman who has experienced infidelity and if you are at least two years out from the "day of disclosure" when you first learned of the infidelity. You can be currently married, single, divorced, partnered, separated, widowed, or other.
Training is free, and conducted by licensed professionals in the fields of infidelity, healing, and counseling. Training sessions occur every fall in the Palo Alto, CA area. After you train, you will conduct your peer counseling from your own cell phone on your own time and at your own location. A time commitment of approximately 3 hours per week is required.
Read more here and email for information about the application process.
Join Our Board
You do not need to have experienced infidelity to sit on our Board. We are seeking intelligent and thoughtful women who can help us build our organization and who are committed to our long-term development.
Read more here and email for more information about the application process.
Apply for Leadership Positions
If you are a woman who has experience counseling, coaching, or mentoring women, with particular focus on trauma, grief, empathy, compassion, resiliency, empowerment, and healing, consider volunteering to be our program director.
If you are a woman who is passionate about our mission and has experience with nonprofit work, fundraising, or development, consider volunteering to be our development director.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Volunteers with experience in grant writing, technology, finance, strategic planning, and fundraising are always needed.
Read more here and email to express your interest.
Peer counseling is not a substitute for guidance by a licensed mental health professional. Please seek this help if needed. If this is a true emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Infidelity Counseling Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, federal tax exempt # 602135040.
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