Imago Relationship Therapy provides an opportunity for couples to learn how to use the issues they have in their relationship for growth & healing.
Imago offers couples (of all kinds) communication tools that allow both people to feel connected as they talk about issues, instead of entering the “power struggle”. When 2 people truly understand the underlying problems within the other person, they learn how to care for one another in deeper ways, their relationship dramatically improves, as well as the quality of their lives.
Discover what really lies beneath triggered reactions in romantic partnerships and how to make lasting change.
Move into more conscious connection with the one you love & have the relationship of your dreams become reality.
In our Long Island couples workshops, you’ll have a chance to use your relationship’s challenges to create growth, healing, and most importantly, to create the relationship you’ve always wanted.
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Do any of these describe your marriage / relationship?
Do you love each other, but feel distant & disconnected?
Do you wish you argued less & talked more?
Do you want more romance & intimacy again?
Are you angry all of the time & easily irritated?
If so, we invite you to attend one of our Long Island couples workshops hosted by Robin Newman & her husband Don.
Couples therapist & counselor Robin Newman, LCSW, explains that most feelings of receiving inadequate love come from unresolved childhood conflicts.
Move from negativity into problem solving.
Negativity pushes the other person away. Problem solving is cooperative, it’s how we can solve this so that we both feel okay.
Photos of previous Long Island couples workshops:
Getting The Love You Want: A Guide for Couples
The New York Times bestselling guide to transforming an intimate relationship into a lasting source of love and companionship.
Getting the Love You Want has helped millions of people experience more satisfying relationships and is recommended every day by professional therapists and happy couples around the world.
Your relationship is much more likely to be a long, happy one if you and your partner both make an active effort to communicate well and often.
"Blaming has no positive effect at all, nor does trying to persuade using reasoning & arguments. That is my experience. No blame, no reasoning, no argument, just understanding."
This quote from Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hahn reminds us that blaming another person does not work; what works is understanding the other. I find it helps to remember that whatever your partner says or does makes sense to him or her even if it makes no sense to you.