Infidelity Polygraph Testing can help in exploring the existence of your significant other’s possible extra-marital activity, including sexual contact and other potentially inappropriate behavior. These tests are often labeled as “cheating spouse,” “lie-detector test” or “private polygraph test” for these marital or relationship issues.
|An infidelity polygraph test can also confirm one’s faithfulness once accused of infidelity.|
Infidelity Polygraphs are used extensively for relationship issues, not only to substantiate allegations or suspicions of a "cheating spouse” but also to validate the statements of the truthful spouse or partner in order to assist couples in rebuilding their foundations of trust. A disclosure of infidelity is a traumatic and painful experience for both parties. However, the uncertainty created by the 'gut feeling' that something is not quite right in a relationship can be even more damaging than the confirmation of infidelity itself. The overwhelming risk of contracting a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) enhances the necessity and urgency to seek the truth.
Infidelity Polygraphs can also help determine the truth about contacts with "exes” and sexual activities related to the internet (e.g. visits to pornographic sites, chat, dating sites, etc.). Polygraph tests for infidelity focus on the single and most important issue, where questions are direct and explicit, providing no opportunity for misinterpretation by the examinee. Yolanda Gellis and her Associates have the proper training to conduct an interview that will encourage a successful polygraph.
Some examples of questions asked:
"Did you have sexual contact with anyone while on your business trip?”
"Since proposing to Jane, have you had sexual contact with Mary?”
"Have you had any type of contact with “Sally/Jeff" since you married Jackie/Marshall?”
"Since October, 2009, did you view any internet pornography?”
"Do you belong to any online dating services?” "
Infidelity Polygraphs are not only valuable in investigating the possible existence of any extra-marital activity, but it helps couples break through those true denials in order to start the healing process, and can exonerate the honest spouse of untrue allegations.
If you’re serious about finding a qualified polygraph examiner who truly cares about helping you put the pieces together, start by hiring an examiner who has, at the very least, the following minimum qualifications:
- Examiner possesses verifiable credentials: Attended and graduated from an accredited polygraph academy approved by the American Polygraph Association. Preceptor training is unacceptable.
- Examiner possesses a background in: Law enforcement, the military, or any other government work background where he/she utilized interview techniques during the course of any official investigation. Some private investigators will possess the ability to provide excellent exams without having been employed by a law enforcement, government or military entity. Use your best judgment when interviewing potential examiners; years of civilian investigations may be comparable to that of any examiner with prior law enforcement experience.
- Examiner adheres to policies of the American Polygraph Association such as: Verifies examinee’s identity, provides no less than a ninety-minute pre-test, in-test, and post-test examination, uses only techniques taught in an accredited academy.