REFLECTIONS FROM ACROSS THE COUCH...Sit back, relax, and discover ways to navigate your life and build healthy relationships with all the important people in your life..
Are you a couple that struggles communicating in healthy and effective ways? Have you become frustrated at the breakdown of communication affects your relationship? Do you want to communicate better but don't know what to do or where to start? Despite the simplicity...
You may have shared a living space with family and friends in the past, but when you decide to transition and move in with a significant other, you may (think WILL) have to make a few adjustments to your lifestyle and habits. Moving in together should be an exciting...
I had to leave in order to embrace a return! Looking forward to connecting again with so many people! My new space has a great energy and is totally zen! New location: 90 Broad Street, Suite 216, New York, NY 10004 (Mondays only for now) Let's connect....
Date long enough, and you, too, may encounter a ghoster: someone you’ve bonded with who suddenly disappears in a phantom-like way.
Join me and follow ‘Jane’ as she learns how to live an authentic life, come out, and embrace her life.
No one begins a relationship or gets married with the expectation that things will end. Here are 8 questions to consider before you decide to end your relationship or marriage.
You CAN create healthier communication in your relationship. Here are 5 ways to do just that!
Be the change you need to be to create a healthier relationship with your partner or spouse and in life! Come join me for my workshop!
It isn’t an easy process, but rebuilding your relationship or marriage after infidelity is possible. Here are 7 steps to make that happen.
Five strategies to help you create greater work-life harmony and learn to integrate the important people and responsibilities you have in your life.
We are all needy to some degree in relationships, especially during a difficult time. However being too needy, demanding, or clingy, can spell disaster.
Sometimes we have to adjust the lens in how we see our life to make necessary changes.