Debra Feinberg, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
169 Maplewood Ave Suite 4, Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
Marriage counseling, couples therapy, premarital counseling and help with all tpes of relationship problems. I help couples dealing with all types of relationships problems such as dealing with conflict, communication, intimacy, and perhaps, infidelity. I'm experienced helping people with common relationship issues including problems communicating, fighting about sex (lack of or lack of interest), arguments about money, children, exes, not feeling respected, appreciated, or not making your relationship a priority. All relationships encounter problems from time to time and if you and your partner are unable to resolve issues on your own, therapy may help.
Michael Barmak, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
347 Lincoln Avenue East, Cranford, New Jersey 07016
As a certified Imago Relationship Therapist, I help partners feel more connected. I teach couples how to communicate so that partners understand each other, feel safe and don't take their partner's behavior personally. Once partner realize they are on the same team they can start to resolve their conflicts, rebuild trust, strengthen their relationship and bring back the passion.
Terri DiMatteo, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
111 Quimby Street , Westfield, New Jersey 07090
Couples counseling is the focus-area of my practice. Within that specialization, more specifically, I work with couples coping with infidelity and affair recovery. At the cornerstone of my approach to couples counseling is to help couples deepen their trust and establish a safe emotional climate between them. Counseling is conducted with compassion, warmth and respect. I have helped many couples restore and deepen their connections with one another and I would be honored to help you and your partner too.
Walter Masterson, LCSW
Psychotherapy and Counseling
200 Rector Place, 23L, New York, New York 10280
Careers and children each place enormous stress on a couple’s ability to be together in an intimate and satisfying way. Every couple has different ways of dealing with the challenges, and counseling can provide the perspective and encouragement to re-create a shared vision for the future. For something as important as this, it is surprising how little training and preparation is provided; family therapy fills in the blanks, and resolves the confusion.
Zoe Williams, Ph.D.
164 20th Street, Suite 3B, Brooklyn, New York 11232
Relationships are an essential factor in our mental health. I work with individuals, partners, and families to identify specific problems in the relationship and teach healthy and effective strategies for communication, conflict-resolution, and problem-solving. The goal is a loving and harmonious climate in your relationships. I have special experience working with same-sex couples and non-traditional relationship structures.
Barbara Dietz, LCSW
307 President Street, Brooklyn, New York 11231
Couples counseling brings a third person - the therapist – into the dyad in hopes of clarifying or resolving conflict that threatens the integrity of the two-person relationship. Patterns can develop in a relationship that are hard to identify without an independent listener. Fears and needs from early life often unknowingly influence how we experience our partner. Learning to know your partner’s strengths and weaknesses as seen through the lens of a trained listener can help you see each other in a new differently.
Lee Crespi, LCSW
Licensed Psychotherapist and Couples Counselor
386 Union Street, Brooklyn , New York 11231
I work with straight, gay, married and unmarried couples in therapy. My approach to couples therapy encompasses a number of things: Providing a safe space in which to explore and share difficult feelings with each other Facilitating better communication by enhancing listening and expressive skills Exploring individual and family histories to better understand the nature of the couple's dynamics Identifying current stressors and triggers and working to resolve impasses. In my work with couples I integrate a psychodynamic understanding with elements of Imago Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Collaborative Couples Therapy.
Michael Bednarski, PhD
120 Broadway - 38th Floor, New York, New York 10271
Every couple is different and each member of every couple has unique qualities that they bring to their relationship. Many differences are natural and based upon each individual's preferred way of seeing things, making decisions, etc. Oftentimes these differences lead to conflict. When addressed in treatment, couples learn to use such differences to their benefit. For more serious problems i work with couples to get back to the loving basis of the relationship with understanding and proven strategies for navigating difficult circumstances or abruptions in their relationship.
Konstantin Lukin, Ph.D.
223 Bloomfield Street, suite 107, Hoboken, New Jersey 07030
Here at the Lukin Center, our goal is to support each individual while nurturing the health and growth of their relationship. We strive to accomplish improving relationships by: Identifying the sources of negative interaction styles, Correcting problematic patterns of behavior, Eliminating blockages that prevent positive emotional reciprocity, Helping rebuild strong emotional connections. Working with a clinician and your partner simultaneously will provide a safe space to work through the obstacles to your mutual relationship satisfaction and help build a foundation of trust within your relationship.
Nataliya Rusetskaya, LCSW, Ph.D. candidate
Certified Couple and Relationships Therapist, Sex Therapist
132 Washington st, Suite 301, Hoboken, New Jersey 07030
Currently I work with couples to create a therapeutic alliance of trust and safety, to gain better insights about their life challenges, and to assist the clients in reaching their goals and connect better with their loved ones through improved communication patterns and increased intimacy. The pain and conflict of the committed relationship arise not out of lack of love for our partners, but from misunderstanding what love relationship is about. Using Imago Dialogue restores contact and connection, enabling mutual emotional healing, restarting the developmental engine and leading to the recovery of personal wholeness