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How Men Can Make or Break a Marriage or Love Relationship


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The Secret Tool Men Can Use to Make or Break a Marriage or Love Relationship

Is it easy for you and your partner or spouse to talk to each other, even about what may seem like simple things? If it is, chances are, your marriage or love relationship is in a good place, and your connection is strong. If this is not the case, these little moments of silence, like a couple sitting together at a restaurant and starring at their food, may be signs of some stress or tension in your marriage or love relationship.

Join us Wednesday May 21st @ 12:00 p.m. for our next marriage and couples counseling and therapy in NYC Webinar: How Men Can Make a Relationship Last. The webinar is complimentary, but you must register to join. You can join via smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, or via telephone (tolls may apply). You'll have the opportunity to comment and ask questions as the webinar continues.

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Travis Atkinson, LCSW, is the Director and Creator of the Loving at Your Best Plan in New York City.

Travis Atkinson, LCSW, is the Director and Creator of the Loving at Your Best Plan in New York City.

Recent Reviews from Independently Verified Clients of Travis Include:

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Travis is a remarkable therapist. He is highly attuned and skillful in the fine art of purposeful relationship therapy deftly integrating aspects of attachment theory and affect regulation. He sees what few can.

 

THANKS TRAVIS!

Travis is not your ordinary therapist. He is uniquely gifted at understanding relationships, human emotions, and their deep underlying causes. And his empathetic careful approach helps you feel comfortable to explore these yourself, like you never have before. If you are lucky enough to spend time with him, you will come to understand that you are in the presence of a very special person. He has made a huge difference in my life.

Travis Atkinson, L.C.S.W., is the director and creator of The Loving at Your Best 5-Step Plan. Travis is a Certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist and Supervisor, an Advanced Certified Schema Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer, a Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist, and a Certified Group Psychotherapist. Travis is a Founding Member of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy.

Travis has trained couples therapists nationally and internationally for many years, including recent trainings in Italy, South Korea, the Netherlands, and the New England Educational Institute in Cape Cod. Travis is a supervisor and trainer at the Schema Therapy Institute, and is co-author of the latest schema mode therapy inventory, the SMI. He recently published “Schema Therapy for Couples: Healing Partners in a Relationship” in the Handbook of Schema Therapy (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012). He co-presented in Cape Cod with Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., the founder of schema therapy, for three years, training other couples therapists, and recently completed a video to help couples therapists with Sue Johnson, Ph.D., founder of Emotionally Focused Therapy. Travis graduated from New York University, with graduate degrees in Clinical Social Work and Management.

One of the best ways to know the quality of the therapist is through reading verified reviews from past and current clients. Click REVIEWS to read through the many experiences clients have had working with Travis and the Loving at Your Best Plan. Two recent independently verified reviews from satisfied clients include: 

 

Is Your Partner Shutting You Out? How to Draw Him or Her Back

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How Do You Draw Your Partner Back Effectively When He or She Shuts You Out? 

If you're like many couples in trouble, chances are, one of you in your marriage or love relationship in NYC is shutting the other one out. Most likely, if you're reading this, you're the one being shut out. You've tried yelling and screaming, but nothing so far seems to help get your message across effectively. What can you do?

Join me on Thursday April 10th @ 8:30 p.m. E.D.T. to learn more about what the patterns are that can get you and your partner or spouse stuck, and find out what you can do to change those patterns. 

The Marriage and Couples Webinar in NYC is complimentary, but you must register at least one hour before the webinar begins to join. 

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About Travis: 

Travis Atkinson, the creator of the Loving at Your Best Plan

Travis Atkinson, the creator of the Loving at Your Best Plan

Travis Atkinson, LCSW, has been practicing  therapy since 1995, and has trained couples therapists nationally and internationally for many years, including trainings in Italy, the Netherlands, South Korea, and the New England Educational Institute in Cape Cod.

Travis's certifications include:

Travis started working for Jeff Young in 1998 at the Cognitive Therapy Center of New York. He completed eight years of extensive training in couples therapy at the Gottman Institute in Seattle. Travis also has trained extensively for eight years in Emotionally Focused Therapy, and was personally supervised by the founders of EFT, Sue Johnson and Alison Lee.

Recent Works

Travis is co-author of the schema mode therapy inventory, the SMI. He published “Schema Therapy for Couples: Healing Partners in a Relationship” in the Handbook of Schema Therapy (2012). Travis also presented with Sue Johnson on a training video for couples therapists working with LGBT couples.