Dr. Chloe has worked successfully with single men and women who are searching for a partner. Common issues include struggling with a breakup, trying to begin dating more, or learning how to set boundaries. These issues are normal. Having a fulfilling romantic relationship is an extremely healthy and rewarding part of life. If you are experiencing challenges here, please don’t be hard on yourself.Sessions for singles will focus on defining the type of relationship you want, as well as discussing strategies to obtain it. Sessions will also help you to understand insecurities or old patterns that seem to be holding you back, and help you to move forward.
Congratulate yourself for recognizing that you have the normal and healthy wish to be in a partnership, and give yourself the support you need to make it happen. Working with Dr. Chloe will help you to gain perspective and build confidence in a supportive atmosphere so that you can move forward in your search for a partner. Dr. Chloe offers therapy and coaching for singles by Skype or in Manhattan, NYC. To read more about Dr. Chloe and singles, click here for her blog entry on singles.
You may also be interested in the Relationships Group!
Dr. Chloe also has 14 days of FREE Dating tips, a series that is meant to help you make your dating life more enjoyable.
Dr. Chloe has a great deal of experience helping clients to get over breakups. Working through a breakup involves getting through the immediate sadness and disappointment, as well as developing an understanding of any relationship patterns that might have contributed to the breakup. Dr. Chloe will help you to work through the breakup in a way that prepares you to move forward in dating so that you can find a relationship that will last. To learn more, see drchloe.com/breakups
Dr. Chloe and her associates offer a dynamic, results-oriented approach for couples. In a supportive environment, couples are often pleasantly surprised at how much better they can communicate their thoughts and feelings. Two people become a couple because there is something special between them, and the options below are designed to help you reconnect with what brought you together in the first place. Dr. Chloe also works with couples experiencing fertility issues- click here for tips on fertility stress.
Who Benefits from Couples Counseling?
There is always room for improvement in any relationship. For most couples, it isn’t any one event that has lead them to come to see me. Typically there are a series of things that go awry that eventually lead to a breakdown of the relationship. Usually one or both partners realize that if they don’t do something soon, the relationship will fall apart. If you or your partner thinks you need couples therapy, you probably do. Typical warning signs would include things like constant bickering and unfair fighting, one or both partners wanting to spend their free time away from the other, you don’t appreciate each other or respect each other anymore, lack of sexual intimacy and lying about money. It is always better if the couple comes to therapy sooner than later, but there is hope for any couple where both partners are open change. Please contact Dr. Chloe to arrange an appointment or if you have any questions.
What Happens in Sessions?
Dr. Chloe or one of her associates will help you to get to the heart of the issues and then work with you to determine what action steps can be taken to resolve them. The rewards for doing this are enormous and long-lasting. Generally speaking, couples therapy is a form of talk therapy. It helps you find more positive ways of interacting and so that you can both find the satisfaction you want and deserve in the relationship.
For most couples, the key to a better relationship is learning to communicate better. Opening the channels of communication and learning new ways to listen to each other will bring your relationship to a new positive level. Using the techniques learned in our sessions, the couple will be able to handle disagreements and be able to ask for what they need without having to worry about arguments and negative consequences. This tends to lead to create an upward spiral of respect and caring in the relationship.
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