Tag: The Art of Communication

  • 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,…

  • Listening To Your Partner With Neutrality

    Listening To Your Partner With Neutrality

    Robin Newman and David Weber discuss how they see couples shut down communicating with one another, and how it leads to less and less communication overall. Listening to your partner with neutrality / keeping your defenses down leads to more emotional intimacy — a closeness between two people who feel safe and secure with each…

  • Imago Relationship Therapy for Parents and Children

    Imago Relationship Therapy for Parents and Children

    Imago Relationship Therapy for Parents and Children with Long Island Therapist Robin Newman, LCSW Imago relationship therapy can be used for families, couples, and individuals. Imago therapists are trained to provide support to people dealing with issues such as ongoing conflict, ineffective communication, blended families, in-laws, empty nest syndrome, addictions, sexuality, negative relationship patterns and…

  • Intentional Dialogue

    Intentional Dialogue

    The Intentional Dialogue in Imago Relationship Therapy with Robin Newman, Therapist in Long Island Tied Up In Knots… Try to remember this the next time a fight has you tied up in knots. The best argument has no winner, and nobody gets blamed. For the best argument is a dialogue, an intentional dialogue, heated perhaps,…

  • Getting The Love You Want Couples Workshop 2022

    Getting The Love You Want Couples Workshop 2022

    We’re excited to share with you our new dates for our weekend couples counseling workshop, ‘Getting The Love You Want’ in Long Island, New York. Taking place in Huntington, NY, this intensive couples workshop gets right into it, no messing around. Robin Newman, Imago Relationship Therapist, Social Worker & Owner of the Huntington Relationship Center…

  • Non-Verbal Communication in Relationships

    Non-Verbal Communication in Relationships

    Non-verbal communication is the messages we send to others that don’t include words. We can tell a lot about how a person feels, if they’re being genuine with us, or what kind of mood someone is in without them saying anything about it to us. Just the ‘vibe’ someone displays says a thousand words. Making…

  • 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…

  • Imago Workshops for Couples in Long Island

    Imago Workshops for Couples in Long Island

    Imago relationship therapy workshops for couples in Long Island, NY ~ The Huntington Relationship Center Stay tuned for our LINY couples workshop dates!! I am open for business, I have been seeing people face-to-face, Tuesdays through Fridays. I’m fully vaccinated. People come in, sit in the waiting room with a mask on, once you come…

  • Stay in connection 2020

    Stay in connection 2020

    Stay in connection 2020 – Huntington Relationship Center – Imago Relationship Therapy Humans are social animals: We crave feeling supported, valued and connected. Research points to the benefits of social connection: in one compelling study, a key difference between very happy people and less happy people was good relationships. Communicate to help manage anxiety and…

  • Intentional Dialogue – Imago Relationship Therapy Explained

    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…