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Couples Workshop Feb 21 & 22, 2020

Couples Workshops for 2020

Couples Workshops for 2020: February 21 & 22, March 21 & 22, April 18 & 19, May 16 & 17

 

Love is the crucible, the un-meltable, changeless container in which we’re tested by fire, melted down, and transformed. In love, we are formed and reformed by the white heat of unexpected re-visitation of all the things in us that cry out to be healed, most of which is our shame and hurt, our fears, our insecurities, our conflicts and our endless inner controversies. Through our beloved, our partner, we are once again brought face to face with what is unresolved in us. We meet again our father’s absence or our brother’s envy, our mother’s cruelty or our sister’s competition. We see our own childhoods mirrored in every direction in all of our relationships. Through love, we are invited to reenter them again but differently. To re-experience and grieve the losses of the past and thus to redeem and heal now.

Hello, I’m Robin Newman and I’m a certified Imago relationship therapist. I’m an LCSW and an adjunct professor at the Adelphi school of social work. I hold, with my husband, Getting The Love You Want workshops on Long Island. I’m very, very happy to announce that we have our dates up for 2020 and those dates are:

  • February 21st & 22nd
  • March 21st & 22nd
  • April 18th & 19th
  • May 16th & 17th

If you are looking to work on your relationship, or if any part of this reading resonated with you, consider attending our next couples workshop. Click here to purchase February 2020 tickets.

Couples Workshops for 2020 – Invest in Your Love

A relationship goes through numerous phases during its life cycle, and it’s obvious for it to have a few rough patches. The strength of a relationship is reflected in how couples deal with the rough patches and move ahead.

For more info. on couples counseling, contact Robin Newman today.

Long Island couples therapist - Couples Workshops for 2020Robin Newman helps couples break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection and intimacy.

TherapistLongIsland@gmail.com

(631) 421-4701

< Watch Robin Newman on YouTube >

couples therapist Huntington, NY

Couples Therapy Long Island

Rediscover the joy you once had in your relationship.

Renew the vision for your relationship.

Restore the passion in your love life.

Robin Newman, LCSW-R, PC

Couples Therapy Long Island

ROBIN NEWMAN LCSW-R PC
Advanced Certified IMAGO Relationship Therapist
Adjunct professor at the Adelphi School of Social Work

Robin Newman helps couples break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection and intimacy.

“I am successful in guiding my patients through anxiety, depression, self-esteem challenges, addictions, family conflicts along with their dynamics and couples and their conflicts.”

couples therapy Long Island TRANSFORMATION IS NEAR

·     Become passionate best friends again
·     Learn how to end the power struggles
·     Learn secrets to a satisfying relationship
·     Gain understanding and insight into each other
·     Experience compassion for yourself and your partner
·     Harness conflict and redirect to growth
·     Start the journey of healing
·     Rediscover the safety, the connection, the power of two!

Relationship Tip #14

Use sentences that start with “I” rather than “you.”

For example, “I feel invisible when I come home and you ignore me; I feel angry when I see your clothes on the floor; I would appreciate it if you’d call me if you’re going to be late so I don’t worry about you.”

relationship therapist LINY - Relationship Tip #14

Relationship Tip #14

The Huntington Relationship and Therapy Center for Individuals, Couples and Families

Advanced Certified IMAGO Relationship Therapist
Adjunct professor at the Adelphi School of Social Work

148 East Main Street #102 Huntington, NY 11743

Our approach towards couples is oriented not only towards solving the problems the couple is facing, but to revive the feeling of love and affection they have towards each other.

For more relationship tips, like our Facebook page.

Relationship Tip #11

Relationship Tip #11

Relationship Tip #11

Poet John Donohue said,
“bless the space between us.”

Think of your relationship as living in the space between both of you, and remember to take care of that space.

Everything you say and everything you do affects the space (your relationship) :

the way you look at each other,
the tone of voice you use,
the words you speak,
the way you touch each other,
if you smile,
if you roll your eyes,
and everything else.

Invest in your Love: HuntingtonRelationshipTherapy.com

INVEST IN YOUR LOVE

What many couples don’t realize is that divorce is very expensive. If money is spent on good couples therapy, it actually is more cost effective.

That’s what I love about Imago Relationship Therapy – it gets right to the heart of the matter.

I think the thing that saddens me the most is when a couple tells me over the phone, after they’ve made the inquiry, that they don’t feel like working on their marriage once we discuss the length of time and typical investment. What I want to say to them is “good luck in divorce court and losing your money”. It’s much more satisfying to invest in your love and repair what is truly special to you.

What I wish I could help couples understand is that the divorce process can be so much longer, bitter and more costly… not to mention upsetting.

INVEST IN YOUR LOVE

A relationship goes through numerous phases during its life cycle, and it’s obvious for it to have a few rough patches. The strength of a relationship is reflected in how couples deal with the rough patches and move ahead.

For more information on couples counseling, contact Robin Newman today.

Long Island couples therapistRobin Newman helps couples break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection and intimacy.

TherapistLongIsland@gmail.com

(631) 421-4701

< Watch Robin Newman on YouTube >

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