Robin Bryant, Ph.D.

Located in New York City serving the Upper West Side and all surrounding areas

(212) 721-8910

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Couples Therapy in New York City

Have you noticed that you and your partner are arguing more frequently than you did in the past? Are the previously successful conflict-resolution techniques that you have used falling flat this time? Have you felt a growing distance between you and the special person in your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it is a sign that your relationship is going through a difficult patch and could benefit from the professional guidance offered by a certified couple therapist. Thankfully for you, help is at hand.

With a wealth of experience in finding real and lasting solutions for couples from across New York City, Robin Bryant, PH.D. developed a reputation for offering an impartial yet effective middle ground for couples who are unable to communicate properly. Once that initial wall of silence has been broken down, solutions are often found soon after.

So, if you are reading this it proves you are serious about your relationship and are eager to find a way of repairing the current fractures that exist. With the help of Robin Bryant, PH. D., this can happen. Call my New York City Office today and let me help you.

The Power of Talk

Although it may seem like quite an obvious point to make, the simple reality is that so much can be achieved when two partners sit down and actually speak and listen to one another. This sentiment is as true when it comes to peace treaties after a conflict, as it is to employer-employee stand-offs and is certainly the case when it comes to couples’ therapy.

One of the biggest benefits that I offer my clients in New York City is a neutral space, where they can express their respective perspectives on the relationship. By removing the barriers to communication, it is far easier to fix the problems that exist by getting to the root of the problem.

One of the most commonly heard opinions that I hear from couples is that early in their relationship they always listened to each other but that as things progressed this sense of curiosity or mutual interest has waned and that things are now very different. Perhaps the biggest contributor to relationship stagnation and conflict is a lack of communication and one of the biggest factors that causes this sense of silence is a worry that each person has disappointed or failed to satisfy their partner.

The reality is that in many cases, your partner is not disappointed in you but is rather upset or feeling vulnerable about another issue. Once that perspective has been relayed to your partner, it can be easier to find resolution to the other problem. Again, my expertise in couples’ therapy can assist in this respect.

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If you are like most people in New York City, then the idea of fighting with your partner every day is undesirable and not viable in the long-term. If you want to return your relationship to how you envision it, then why not call Robin Bryant, PH. D. today—you won’t regret it!