Life isn’t about money or career or the number of likes we get. Relationships. That’s what really matters. With our partner, our kids, our parents, friends, colleagues.
So much advice available on the subject comes from unsolicited sources, isn’t backed up by science, or it’s hard to implement in our day to day lives. It comes in the form of (often cheesy) self help books or really inaccessible scientific tomes.
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Our Advisors & Coaches
Marriage and family therapist and nationally board certified health and wellness coach specializing in helping others cultivate their strengths and gain empowering tools to overcome personal challenges and achieve relational goals.
Associate Professor of Psychology at Brigham Young University who has started his own program of prevention research that aims to reduce the incidence of marital dysfunction and the physical and mental health problems that attend it.
Licensed mental health counselor in the state of NY who uses CBT, DBT & Psychodynamic therapy in a person-centric approach to counseling.
Licensed mental health counselor in the state of NY who developed a passion for helping others after her own path of self-reflection & connection.
Chair of Psychology and Director of the Marriage and Family Studies Laboratory at Binghamton University. Author of “Great Myths of Intimate Relationships”.
Certified professional life coach specializing in empowering others to build happier lives. Bachelor of Science in finance and a Doctorate in law.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional and Qualified Supervisor in Florida. With over 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families, Mark specializes in areas including addiction, sex, trauma, and codepency issues.