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Adelphi University

Robin Newman, Senior Adjunct Faculty Member at the Adelphi School of Social Work

Robin Newman, LCSW in Huntington, NY is now a Senior Adjunct Faculty Member at the Adelphi School of Social Work. She continues educating Long Island students in social work and counseling.

Senior Adjunct Faculty Member at Adelphi University

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Long Island counseling

Irrational Beliefs Theory – The Becks Model – Underlying Schema

Selective Abstraction – another cognitive error.

The role of the Narrative Therapist

Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy – Treatment for Lifelong Patterns

romantic love

Romantic Love Is Not An Illusion

Romantic Love Is Not An Illusion ~ Getting The Love You Want Sept. 2019 Workshop ~ Long Island, NY

Romantic love is not an illusion.

We’re our highest selves when we let go of defenses. We think the person who we’re falling in love with is “giving” us these feelings, but actually, it’s our body that is producing them. We are in love with feeling alive. We are in love with the experience of living with an open heart. We are in love with love! And we think it will never end. Who we are in romantic love is not an illusion, but who we really are when we let go of our defenses. We get in touch with the person we were always meant to be.

GETTING THE LOVE YOU WANT COUPLES WORKSHOPS

The New York Times bestselling guide to transforming an intimate relationship into a lasting source of love & companionship.

Is your relationship starving for affection, romance & passion?

Do you wish to deepen the relationship, the closeness & the intimacy that once made it so special?

Does it seem like you can’t stop the cycle of anger, blame, arguments & withdrawal?

Do you consistently feel unheard?

Do you wish you argued less & talked more?

Well, it’s time to make important changes in your relationship!

Discover what really lies beneath triggered reactions in romantic partnerships and how to make lasting change. Move into more conscious connection and have the relationship of your dreams.

Learn to effectively communicate, work through conflicts in a skilled way, and be genuinely affectionate with each other.

Long Island couples therapist - getting through hard times

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

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

(631) 421-4701

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Imago Relationship Therapist Long Island

Intentional Dialogue – Imago Relationship Therapy Explained

Intentional Dialogue – Imago Relationship Therapy Explained by Robin Newman, LCSW

Every couple starts off the same way with an intentional dialogue: Knee to Knee. Heart to Heart. Eye to Eye.

You must face each other during an important dialogue. It’s very important to check in. Ask if now is a good time to talk with your partner. And if it isn’t, make an appointment. Remember to speak in the “I” and not in the “You.” One topic should only be used. It shouldn’t be a laundry list of things that are going wrong. Below are the key steps with intentional dialogue.

MIRRORING

Once your partner is done speaking to you, you mirror back what they have said. This isn’t only good for the sender to hear, but it’s also good for the receiver, to make sure that they heard and comprehended the message as intended from the sender.

SUMMARY

The receiver then summarizes what their partner said.

VALIDATION

You don’t have to let go of what you believe to validate someone else’s feelings. You are two separate people. Understand what the validation does. Hearing that your partner “gets it.”

EMPATHY

Understand how that makes your partner feel. Step into their shoes for a second and really try to see it through their lens.

Then you two switch from being the sender to the receiver, and vice versa.

The truth of any situation sort of sits in the middle.. Feelings are not facts. So remember, clear communication is absolutely necessary to understand your partner’s feelings and thoughts.

ROBIN NEWMAN, LCSW-R, PC
Individual, Couples & Family Therapist

The Huntington Relationship & Therapy Center
148 East Main Street Huntington, NY 11743

“My 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 information on counseling, contact Robin Newman today.

Intentional Dialogue - 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 >

couples workshop JAN 26 & 27, 2019

“Selective Abstraction”

Selective Abstraction – another cognitive error.

Licensed social worker, Robin Newman, LCSW, speaking about selective abstraction at her class at Adelphi University, Graduate School of Social Work

ONE DETAIL can get taken out of context between two people – the story goes south and becomes a total experience. Don’t let this small detail get in the way of the bigger picture!

We invite you to our Long Island couples workshop!

GETTING THE LOVE YOU WANT
LONG ISLAND COUPLES WORKSHOP

January 26 & 27, 2019
10-7:30 / 10-6:00

Spice Up Your Relationship & Reconnect With Your Partner

Make a good relationship better, heal a broken relationship, or prevent a new relationship from potential pitfalls. This workshop can make all the difference!

The Huntington Relationship & Therapy Center
148 East Main Street Huntington, NY 11743
(631) 421-4701

“My 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.”

ABOUT ROBIN NEWMAN

They want more, we want less. What a dilemma!

Sex isn’t the same with many years of marriage behind us. It’s sad but true. No one ever shares this with us before we get married. Our parents don’t mention this. Unfortunately we find this out 5-10 years in. Men feel it first. They want more, we want less. What a dilemma! What to do? Instead of communicating in a way that we listen to one another, we end up very angry and saying unkind things to each other. If we learned better sending and receiving as we say in Imago language, we could do a whole lot better.

Robin Newman on sex

The Beauty of Imago Relationship Therapy

The Beauty of Imago Relationship Therapy

Robin Newman, LCSW-R, PC

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Psychotherapist & Professor at Adelphi University, Graduate School of Social Work

Imago Relationship Therapy:

Imago is a type of relationship therapy which provides a unique opportunity for couples to learn how to use the issues that they have in their relationship for growth and healing. It offers communication tools that will allow both people to feel safe and connected as they talk about their problems, instead of entering the painful “power struggle”.

  • See through your partner’s eyes.
  • Understand the art of communication.
  • Learn better communication skills with one another.
  • Learn how to listen better.
  • Learn how to empathize and validate your partner.
  • 2 opinions can be right and exist in the same space.

The Beauty of Imago Relationship Therapy

Getting The Love You Want Workshops:

For couples who’ve been married for a long time, for people that are not married but living together, for people that are dating, and for people that are planning on getting married.

What the workshop involves are multiple exercises between each couple. This is not group therapy. Nothing is publicly shared.

Individual, Couples & Family Counseling

148 East Main Street (Suite 102) Huntington, NY 11743

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Getting The Love You Want Workshop - The Art of Communication

Getting The Love You Want Workshop – The Art of Communication

Getting The Love You Want Workshop – The Art of Communication

Getting The Love You Want workshops are for couples who’ve been married for a long time, for people that are not married but living together, for people that are dating, and for people that are planning on getting married.

  • Understand the art of communication.
  • Learn better communication skills with one another.
  • Learn how to listen better.
  • Learn how to empathize and validate your partner.

Ideas are different. 2 opinions can be right and exist in the same space.

What the workshop involves are multiple exercises between each couple.

This is not group therapy. Nothing is publicly shared.

Robin Newman, LCSW-R, PCRobin Newman, LCSW-R, PC
Imago Relationship Therapist

Individual, Couples & Family Counseling
The Huntington Relationship & Therapy Center

148 East Main Street (Suite 102) Huntington, NY 11743

– Licensed clinical social worker
– Imago relationship therapist
– Adjunct professor at Adelphi University, Graduate School of Social Work

Imago is a type of relationship therapy which provides a unique opportunity for couples to learn how to use the issues that they have in their relationship for growth and healing. It offers communication tools that will allow both people to feel safe and connected as they talk about their problems, instead of entering the painful “power struggle”.

counseling for low self-esteem

Counseling for low self-esteem.

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baggage in relationships

How we bring baggage into our relationships.

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Adelphi University

Robin Newman, Senior Adjunct Faculty Member at the Adelphi School of Social Work

Robin Newman, LCSW in Huntington, NY is now a Senior Adjunct Faculty Member at the Adelphi School of Social Work. She continues …