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Relationship Therapy and Coaching

I often hear how difficult it is for singles to find a suitable partner in New York City. Dating seems to be something that people cringe about more often than not, but why? Do you want to be in a relationship, but find yourself attracting the same people, experiencing the same let downs, and struggling to keep your own identity?

Clients often share their frustrations around not finding a life long partner and questioning whether they will ever find someone. Navigating the dating world and relationships takes a great understanding of yourself first, as well as your expectations, and how past experiences impact your current situation.

We'll address what you're looking for in a relationship, and what seems to be getting in the way. We'll take a look at your past relationships to see what has worked and what hasn't, why you keep choosing the same type of person, and whether you're still carrying unresolved hurt and pain from past relationships.

It's so important to learn to be yourself and own your identity while being a part of a couple. The balance of autonomy and togetherness really serves both of you, and patience in the process helps keep the anxiety and fears in check.

What I expect of you:

I expect a serious commitment from you in our work together. I really understand that digging through past relationships, as well as your own family dynamics, can be emotionally challenging and uncomfortable.

With that said, I expect you to be open to learning, growing, and receiving feedback that will relate directly to your role in your relationships. I expect you to try not to be defensive, to communicate when you are, and to commit to altering the behaviors that are getting in the way of your growth. When these conditions are met, we have an excellent chance that you will reach your goals, and create space for a happy and healthy relationship.


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