Meet Travis Atkinson, not just a therapist, but a true architect of love. With over 25 years of experience, he’s a master in crafting relationship blueprints. His journey in couples therapy isn’t just marked by time; it’s adorned with a diverse array of certifications, showcasing a deep commitment to healing relationships. “Every couple’s story is a new adventure,” Travis shares with a sparkle in his eyes.
Travis’s skill set is a vibrant tapestry of qualifications. He’s not only trained but has revolutionized the field of couples therapy. His credentials form a captivating mosaic, reflecting a life dedicated to understanding and mending love’s complex dynamics. “Blending colors on a canvas,” he says, “that’s how I create the perfect picture of love.”
Travis’s academic journey has been equally illustrious:
These degrees form the bedrock of his understanding of both human emotions and the organizational aspects of therapy.
Travis’s influence in therapy crosses borders. His teachings and methods have resonated from the romantic streets of Italy to the historic landscapes of Scotland. “Each place adds a unique stroke to my therapy canvas,” he reflects with a touch of nostalgia.
As the founder of the Schema Therapy Training Center in New York, Travis is not just a therapist but a mentor. He plants seeds of knowledge, cultivating a new generation of therapists. “I think of myself as a gardener in the world of therapy,” he describes, “planting seeds and nurturing their growth and healing.”
At Loving at Your Best, the approach transcends traditional therapy. It’s a journey towards personal transformation and relationship wellness. “We are co-navigators,” Travis states, “guiding you through the seas of relational challenges towards a harbor of harmony.”
In the heart of New York, Travis and his team are ready to embark on this transformative journey with you. With vast resources and unmatched expertise, they stand as beacons of hope. “Step into our world,” Travis invites, “and let’s navigate the path to relational bliss together.”