Solving Relationship Problems For
Divorcing Clients, Individuals & Couples
Divorce Counseling for people contemplating divorce, in the middle of the legal process, or struggling through its aftermath.
Couples Counseling for people having marital conflicts and relationship problems.
Individual Counseling for people coping with major life challenges or childhood trauma and dealing with depression or anxiety.
I am always considering ways to make my substantive, goal oriented counseling services more available and appealing to my clients.
The world of telecommunications has widened its reach to enable traditional
in-person counseling to be adapted to more readily accessible and convenientclient choices, like videoconferencing and the telephone.
A respected psychoanalyst, Dr. Deborah Hecker has developed a cutting-edge relationship model she calls “Yours, Mine, Ours: Romantic Partnership Done Right”. Her innovative approach assists clients in simultaneously developing their individual identities while teaching them how to successfully integrate that unique identity into their partnerships.
She integrates both inner personal dynamics with inter-personal skills for individuals going through separation and divorce. She also specializes in helping committed careerists and business people to negotiate boundaries for their work and their personal relationships.Read More
When I was going through my divorce, my Dad, a corporate attorney, told me the following; “Everybody wins and everybody loses.” At the time, I was too caught up in the war to be able to grasp the meaning of that wisdom.
One of my clients aptly referred to his post-divorce aloneness as the “panic of the I.” He compared his feelings to those of a toddler who feels the world is safe and friendly until his mother turns out the light and leaves him alone to face the boogeyman.
How many of you mentioned the challenge of trying to build your love relationship while building your company? Are you married to your company—or to your spouse? Is your real relationship at risk?