Category: Individual Therapy

  • Choose Your Words Wisely

    Choose Your Words Wisely

    Choose your words wisely… Words are an instrument to heal or wound – to connect or separate. Try to think about the words you use with your partner this week… Do they heal or wound, connect or separate? The traumatizing and/or healing effect that words can have on people.. especially when in a committed relationship,…

  • Your Relationship Issues Were There Before Covid

    Your Relationship Issues Were There Before Covid

    Your Relationship Issues Were There Before Covid with Robin Newman, LCSW in Long Island So, one of the things that I am finding ‘post-covid’ now that things are opening up more is people coming in individually, not as a couple, to talk about the disillusionment of their relationship and how Covid has put their relationship…

  • Divorce Recovery Counseling

    Divorce Recovery Counseling

    Divorce Recovery Counseling in Long Island, New York with the Huntington Relationship Center Dealing with the grief of a broken marriage is a turbulent time where the very foundation of your life is being uprooted, finances are diminishing, social pressures abound, and everything feels completely disoriented. Depression is a common side-effect and comes with the…

  • When is it time to break up?

    When is it time to break up?

    What should you do if you’re in doubt about whether you should stay or leave the relationship you’re currently in? How do you know when a relationship is over? Well, there’s many answers to this, and it’s quite nuanced to our individual lives, but here’s a very small list of signs that your relationship may…

  • Attachment Styles in Relationships

    Attachment Styles in Relationships

    Have you ever evaluated the attachment styles in your relationships; whether intimate, friendly or career-based? When we recognize the roles that we play in relationships, we become more aware of our habits & behavior patterns. With this awareness, comes the possibility for change within ourselves and an improved sense of well-being in our relationships. In…

  • Robin Newman, Imago Relationship Therapist in Long Island

    Robin Newman, Imago Relationship Therapist in Long Island

    Robin Newman, Imago Relationship Therapist in Long Island Make a good relationship better, heal a broken relationship, or prevent a new relationship from potential pitfalls. If you want to learn the tools to long-term relationship success, contact the Huntington Relationship Center today. Your relationship is much more likely to be a long, happy one if…

  • Individuals can use an Imago Relationship Therapist too!

    Individuals can use an Imago Relationship Therapist too!

    What’s interesting about Imago relationship therapy, is once you have an understanding… Once you read that book, I think you don’t really need to have a partner to understand the dynamics of what Harville & Helen are talking about in it. Once you open yourself up to this knowledge base, you can’t shove it all…

  • Imago Relationship Therapy for Individuals Long Island, NY

    Imago Relationship Therapy for Individuals Long Island, NY

    The Huntington Relationship Center offers Imago Relationship Therapy for Individuals, Couples & Families in Long Island, New York ROBIN NEWMAN, LCSW-R, PC offers Imago relationship therapy for individuals. Part of our problem is in how we may have been brought up. We don’t always know better, but when equipped with the right knowledge, we can…

  • How we feed into our depression / anxiety

    How we feed into our depression / anxiety

    Another question that is often asked to me when people are calling me up to sort of screen me to see if I’m the right fit is they’ll ask me, how I work with their depression / anxiety? I try to approach it as a relational model. I do Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well. Most…

  • Anger Management: Symptoms & Triggers

    Anger Management: Symptoms & Triggers

    Anger is a natural response humans have to certain situations, and it should in no way be something we’re ashamed of. However, having troubles controlling your anger can be an issue. Problems with anger management, often called having “anger issues,” only becomes a problem when you can no longer control it. Anger shows itself as…