Month: January 2020

Keeping The Flame Alive In A Long Term Relationship

In A Strong Relationship? Don’t Make This Mistake – Interview with QSalt Lake Magazine

Congratulations! You’re in a long term, committed, happy relationship. What’s your secret? People tend to think that the longer the relationship, the easier it gets. You finish each others’ sentences, you know your partner better than you know yourself, your communication is flawless, you have it down! Not quite… With time comes routine, predictability, boredom. The most common question I get from clients in long-term relationships summarizes it perfectly “Between kids, housework, chores and work, how do I keep the flame alive?” Indeed… What about the spice? I answered this exact question in my interview with QSalt Lake Magazine, read the full article on a fine romance, here.          

Own Who You Are and What You Want in a Relationship

Own Who You Are and What You Want in a Relationship If you really want to be in a serious relationship, why pretend you don’t to appease someone else? It’s okay to make that known. Pretending to be interested in only casually dating or portraying yourself as someone who is willing to hook up without a commitment when that isn’t who you are is not going to serve you in relationships. You send mixed messages to both the new partner and yourself by accepting less than you want. The right person for you will find it refreshing and attractive that you are willing to own who you are, and state your expectations about what you are looking for regardless of whether or not the other person agrees or validates you. If you want to learn the tools about how to ask for your needs in relationships, we can help.  Schedule your consultation today!  We’re here to help.

20 ways to find love

Featured Tips – askmen.com article

Dana was recently featured in this article by Danielle Page in AskMen: 20 Different Ways to Successfully Find Love in 2020. Some of her tips include networking, knowing who you are and what you want in a relationship, and more. Read the whole article here.

Rest assured that we are still operational!  Although shelter-in-place requirements due to Covid-19 have necessitated closing our physical office, we are still able to offer tele-therapy services via video or phone.

 

We have successfully transitioned existing clients to a tele-therapy format and have found it beneficial in providing continued support to our clients. 

 

For new clients, we are currently offering a free 15-minute video or phone consultation.  For convenience, we are also offering 1/2 hour sessions in addition to our regular hourly sessions.

 

As this current crisis has caused concern for many people, we have been receiving several calls for consultation appointments.  Please contact us right away to schedule your consultation, as time slots are limited.

 

Please continue checking this notice.  We will be updating as circumstances change.

Shelter-in-place requirements due to COVID-19 have necessitated closing our physical office. However, we are still operational and able to offer teletherapy services via video or phone.

 

Our existing clients have found teletherapy very beneficial in receiving continued support.

As this current crisis has caused concern for many people, we have been receiving an increased number of calls for consultation appointments. Please contact us right away to schedule, as time slots are limited.

 

For new clients, we are currently offering a free 15-minute video or phone consultation.  For convenience, we are also offering 1/2 hour sessions in addition to our regular hourly sessions.

 

Please continue checking this notice. We will be updating as circumstances change.

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