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LI Couples Workshop March 2 & 3, 2019

Long Island Couples Workshop March 2019

What do you do if you are married (or in a committed relationship) but you consistently don’t feel heard?

Or when the relationship feels like way too much work and you don’t see evidence this is going to change?

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

Is your relationship starving for affection, romance or passion?

Or perhaps you are wishing to deepen the relationship, the closeness and the intimacy that once made your relationship so special.

When any of these occur, it’s time to make some important changes in your relationship. A change where the two of you are able to effectively communicate, work through conflicts in a skilled way, and be able to be genuinely affectionate with each other.

GETTING THE LOVE YOU WANT WORKSHOPS TEACH YOU TO:

  • Speak a new language with your partner
  • Manage your relational fears
  • Convert frustrations into wishes
  • Shift from judgment to wonder in your relationship
Robin & DonLong Island Couples Workshop March 2019

Robin Newman, LCSW, will guide you and your partner to deeper levels of connection and wholeness using Imago Relationship Therapy, a transformational approach that allows you to experience new levels of safety and appreciation. Restoring passion and hope to your relationship, Imago brings you healing, wholeness, and spiritual growth.

This workshop is designed for couples of all gender, marriage, and sexual orientations.

Don’t miss it! If you are struggling to find clarity and connection with your partner, this workshop will give you the tools to succeed. This is a 100% supportive space.

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