Find the right person and build a loving and lasting relationship.
Are you watching all your friends get married and fear you’ll be left behind?
Do you feel that you’re dating the wrong type of person?
Do you have relationship traumas you have to clear?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, pre-relationship therapy can help you.
While on the outside it may seem like relationships just happen, lasting relationships happen differently.
Pre-relationship therapy is a therapeutic approach to exploring, analyzing and understanding what you need from a long-term relationship.
I’ll help you overcome past traumas so that you can begin to build, understand and accommodate another person in your life.
Pre-relationship therapy will help you start your relationship on the right foot, and build the strong foundation every loving and lasting relationship is based on.
Are you struggling with halachic issues?
Being frum is hard. Individuals and couples often feel isolated, dealing with issues such as negiyah.
I work with individuals and couples around their feelings about halachic issues, helping them navigate through their decisions, supporting them, and pointing them in the right direction of a rabbi, rabba or yoetzet halacha where needed.
To contact me and learn more about pre-relationship therapy, click below
- Knowing who you are
- Your core needs and values
- Attachment issues
- Attitude, beliefs and behaviour awareness
- Feel the excitement
- Build realistic relationship expectations
- Your love language
- Build confidence
- Deal with previous relationship baggage
- Understand how you deal with giving and receiving
- Overcome traumas
- Identify what kind of person you really need
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