Cathy Noblick, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
39 Avenue at the Commons, Suite 106, Shrewsbury, NJ
Maintaining a healthy long-term relationship is one of the greatest challenges we face. It is also one of the most important to our general well-being. As we are growing up, there is little guidance about how to have a good relationship. Most of us learn about relationships from watching the model our parents provide...not always the best place to learn. In recent years there has been a lot of research on what works in relationships and what doesn't. Unfortunately, much of what works does not come naturally. I can help you undo some of the damage from years of negative habits, and share the latest findings about how to achieve a happier, healthier relationship.
Kim Leatherdale, LPC, ATR-BC, NCC, DCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Art Therapist
560 Main Street, Suite 1D, Allenhurst, NJ
You fell in love with your partner, enjoyed the heady first days of the relationship, but staying in love is difficult. Your relationship isn't what it was or you want, you "can't seem to get it right", or even start. The "happily ever after" fairy tale has soured. You can reauthor your story - you know life is not a fairy tale, but the real tale is far more interesting. Therapy is not about being broken, sick or wrong. It's about growth, courage & moving forward. You can learn practical skills to create an authentic loving relationship which includes passion & intimacy as well as caring & communication. It is exciting & joyful to rediscover your feelings for each other.
Saranya Tracey, M.A.
Psychotherapist, clinical, transformation depth psycholigy
Wall Twp, NJ
I help couples in therapy to discuss their problems in order to work issues out in a calm way. If one or both of you need one-to-one therapy, it will be recommended, each seeing a different therapist. With more understanding of oneself, it will be easier to see the other's point of view and to compromise. In couples or marriage counseling I help you both to recognize projections so that you may relate to each other in a healthier way.
Jay Levin, Ph.D, LCSW
495 Ironbridge Road Suite 8, Freehold, NJ
Dr Levin prides himself on being able to quickly diagnose a couples problems. He does not believe in having a couple "replay" their past problems in sessions. At the end of the first session he can explain the problems and the solution to these problems. His mentor John Gray Ph.D, author of "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" has been instrumental in Dr Levin"s success in Couples Counseling
Leslie Feher, Ph.D.
marriage and couple's counseling, psychotherapy
9115 Ridge Blvd, Brooklyn, NJ
Most issues that couples experience includes combative or competitive responses rather than working as a team, trust issues, comunication and sexual problems, and a variety of specific conflicts that are unique to that relationship. Therapy can restore more positive feelings that may have dissipated over time and facilitate an empathic connnection so that the couple is sharing their journey rather than engaging in continuous adverserial conflict.
Zoe Williams, Ph.D.
164 20th Street, Suite 3B, Brooklyn, NJ
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.
Susan Bady, LCSW, BCD
133 Eighth Avenue, apt 2B,, Brooklyn, NJ
I help couples feel safe with me, as an impartial person who does not take sides, but rather helps them explore their relationship. I will teach communication skills so that you express your truth in an honest and effective way and to hear your partner's side without defensiveness; I will help you explore past influences that effect your current interaction. I will help you offer loving support both to yourself and to your partner . And then I will help you learn to compromise, as together you work out the inevitable tangles of two complex beings striving towards intimacy.
Marty Tashman, Ph.D.(psychology), ACSW, M.S.W.
321 Livinston Ave., New Brunswick, NJ
www,YourMarriageCounselor.com Saving Your Relationship and Making It Work. Imagine how your relationship was in the beginning. I will help you build on those feelings, so that you can find the love that you have lost. I work with traditional and non traditional couples who are: dating, in long term relationships, living together, engaged, newly weds or couples who have been married for years. Some people say to me "Are you in favor of saving relationships?" My answer to them is: “Yes, as long as it is not physically and emotionally destructive to either of you.” Relationships are one of the most important things in our lives and it's not always easy go to: YourMarriageCounselor.com.
Lee Crespi, LCSW
Licensed Psychotherapist and Couples Counselor
386 Union Street, Brooklyn , NJ
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.
Barbara Dietz, LCSW
307 President Street, Brooklyn, NJ
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.