Office Hours: Monday - Thursday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
We, as human beings, have a NEED to love and be loved. It’s through the relationships we develop in life that we learn the most about ourselves. Singles and couples alike entertain emotions of lust, infatuation, support and caring – and everyone has questions.
These are the most common questions when it comes to entering, being, or leaving a relationship. But it doesn’t stop there. Some of you may be in situations that are unique and need feedback from others or support on your journey through the cycles of relationships.
The are two keys to being in happy, healthy relationships:COMMUNICATION. Communication is what makes you interesting, it lets you connect with people, it builds relationships, and it helps you understand others as well as yourself. Effective communication in relationships is the gateway to happiness, satisfaction, and success in all aspects of your life. CLOSENESS.
What about satisfaction in dating/being in a relationship? It’s more than having great sex. It is about maintaining the romance and closeness to make sex great. Remember, your largest sexual organism is your BRAIN! Closeness in relationships is built on:
In my experience as a therapist, I’ve been invited to speak publicly on topics of love, relationships, and sex. You can watch my broadcast appearances and listen to my radio shows if you’re interested in my tips and recommendations for the everyday relationship questions. But everyone is unique and you can’t expect to solve all of your problems by reading an advice column.
People want to know that their drives, responses, fantasies, or bodies aren’t somehow weird — probably because so many of us learned as kids that sex is dirty and our bodily needs shouldn’t be discussed. As adults, we crave assurance that we’re OK. Maybe a window into someone else’s situation can give you a new perspective on your own.
That’s why I started the “Love, Sex & You” group. It’s a safe and nurturing environment where you can ask questions and get immediate feedback from others just like you. There’s NO shame or blame here: only supportive people who want to become better spouses and better lovers. Weekly Group Therapy Sessions – Love, Sex, & You
This open, co-ed group discusses your relationships and interactions in a fun and creative way. Restore lines of communication, learn to express your feelings and needs, and be heard in a comfortable scenario. Clarity and growth in relationships starts here.
Singles and married couples allowed! Space limited to 10 participants. Session heldTuesdays 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
Learn to value yourself. Learn effective communication skills which promote connection instead of conflict. Create loving heart & spirit-centered relationships. Replace the inner critic with a voice of encouragement and compassion. Heal childhood wounds, replacing shame with love. Connect to the divine spark within yourself and others.
“It’s amazing how talking things out with my wife has brought us closer than ever before. We don’t hide our feelings, we support each other.” – Martin, 33
“I realized that everything I thought about dating wasn’t true – real connections come from accepting myself first.” – Karen, 22
“Dealing with a divorce isn’t always cut and dry. My wife and I still love each other, and we’re learning to co-exist for our kids.” – John, 25