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Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure is a series of resources designed to help couples who are journeying through the disclosure process. Disclosures can be painful and are often mishandled. With a combination of exercises and readings, these guides will give you resources to find your footing as you safely navigate a challenging time in the wake of sexual betrayal.

Preparing You to Share the Truth in Full Disclosure

A Complete Guide to Preparing for Full Disclosures

This guide walks you through a comprehensive approach to providing a full disclosure of your sexual past to your partner. We help you break down the entire process, offering you a step-by-step approach to sharing your past and restoring a foundation of truth in your relationship. Through examples, questions, and through the shared experiences of others, we’ve created a way for you to navigate a complex, difficult process. Designed to be used with your partner’s companion workbook, “Full Disclosure: Seeking Truth After Sexual Betrayal,” this resource can help you build a new life and relationship that’s based on honesty and integrity.

Creating the

Disclosure Document

A 10-Step Guide for Preparing Your Full Disclosure Document

One of the most important, yet most challenging, parts of preparing for disclosure is writing your disclosure document. This step-by-step guide will help break down the process of writing your disclosure document. Used in conjunction with your partner’s guide, this workbook will provide you a structured, comprehensive method for preparing the most difficult part of the disclosure process.  Once you have completed this workbook, you will have a disclosure document ready to share with your partner in your Disclosure Session.

Preparing for Full Disclosure

A Partner’s Guide for Full Disclosure 

If you have decided to move forward with a Full Disclosure, this guide will help break down an important piece of the disclosure preparation process: Preparing yourself mentally and emotionally for disclosure, as well as helping you determine what kinds of information you want included in your Disclosure Session.  This guide is meant to be used in conjunction with your spouse’s guide, so that you receive a full and complete disclosure after betrayal.  Once you have completed this workbook, you will have taken major steps towards preparing for your Full Disclosure.


“Learning about a trusted partner’s infidelity is a deeply traumatic experience. The good news is that relationships can survive this painful crisis, healing and sometimes becoming stronger that ever. A huge part of the healing process is full disclosure, which is expertly outlined and described in this excellent manual by Dan Drake and Janice Caudill. Highly recommended for therapists and clients alike.“

– Robert Weiss PhD, MSW, CEO Seeking Integrity and author of Prodependence: Moving Beyond Codependency

“Full Disclosure is a great resource for couples who are considering doing a disclosure. Drake and Caudill have created a workbook that will be helpful in making a decision to do a disclosure as well as preparing for disclosure. This workbook is an important addition to our field. I look forward to using it with my clients.”

– Milton S. Magness, Author of: Stop Sex Addiction, Real Hope—True Freedom, & Thirty Days to Hope & Freedom

“A Formal Disclosure is singlehandedly the most important process that a couple can use to rebuild the relationship once discovery has occurred. Janice Caudill and Dan Drake have written a comprehensive guide that I suspect will be considered “the bible” for couples who want to do this process. This step by step guide that will allow the partner to know “the truth” in the least traumatizing format possible.

Professionals have been doing disclosures the wrong way for years and finally, clinicians, coaches, and clergy have a manual that they can learn from as it helps the couple recover from the impact of sexual betrayal.

This is a much-needed resource written by two trusted and respected clinicians and educators in the field of sex addiction and partner betrayal. I can’t wait to pass this resource onto my clients!”

– Carol Juergensen Sheets LCSW, CSAT, CCPS, PCC, author of, Help Her Heal: An Empathy Workbook for Sex Addicts to Help their Partner Heal 


About the Authors

Dan Drake

Dan Drake

LMFT, LPCC, CCPS-S, CSAT-SFounder & Clinical DirectorCo-Author of “Letters from a Sex Addict”

Dan Drake is a licensed therapist in Los Angeles, California. He is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor, a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist Supervisor, and he is EMDR trained. He has received two masters degrees from Fuller Theological seminary in Marital and Family Therapy and in Theology.

Dan uses his training and specializations to treat sex addicts, their Partners, and families in his group practice. In addition to his clinical background, he has taught and spoken domestically and internationally. His passion is to help his clients restore relational, mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wholeness to their lives.

Janice Caudill

Janice Caudill


Janice Caudill is a family psychologist in McKinney, Texas. She is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor, a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist Supervisor, a Certified Partner Recovery Therapist, a Sexual Recovery Therapist, an Intimacy Anorexia Therapist, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and is EMDR trained.

Janice is the founder and clinical director of McKinney Counseling & Recovery, Intensive Recovery Healing, and Intensive Recovery Coaching. She specializes in helping individuals and couples heal from sex addiction, partner betrayal trauma, and intimacy anorexia in traditional and intensive therapy formats. The span of her professional career has focused largely on her passion for healing shock and attachment trauma in children and adults experiencing abuse, combat veterans, and those dealing the impact of other developmental or physical traumas.

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