Relationships and Dating
If you feel alone in your relationship or if you suffer from anxiety or excessive worry in your relationship, there are ways to minimize and reduce these worries and focus on building healthier relationships.
Building healthy relationships is essential to leading happy, productive and fulfilling lives. Steady NYC can help you create healthier, more meaningful and satisfying relationships.
We experience many different kinds of relationships over the course of our lives. Navigating the various relationships in our lives can be challenging.
At Steady NYC, our experienced team of licensed therapists have the professional experience to guide you through whatever relationship challenges you are experiencing. And, we help you work through the challenging aspects of relationships — including the relationship you have with yourself — and we help guide you on the journey toward building healthier relationships in your life.
At SteadyNYC, we work with folks in relationship in many areas including, but not limited to:
- Exploring and establishing interpersonal Boundaries
- Navigating dating in New York City
- Building healthy communication skills
- Restoring trust and repairing conflict
- Increasing self-esteem
- Establishing more secure attachments
- Trading codependency for interdependency
- Consensual non-monogamy and Polyamory
- Sex and intimacy
- Including BDSM/kink practitioners and community members
Dating and Partner Relationships
If you feel distant in your relationship or if you feel as though you keep repeating the same old arguments with the same unsatisfactory resolutions, relationship therapy can help. In partner relationships, it is not uncommon to feel frustrated and stuck from time to time. Our therapists work with partnerships and couples of various structures (polyamorous, non-monogamous, and monogamous), an individuals seeking to build healthy relationships.
When a romantic relationship is new there is excitement and a natural curiosity to get to know everything about the other person. This is an exciting time in a relationship where everything feels perfect and hopeful and right. Over time, however, this curiosity and sense of wonder may start to wane and the initial excitement of every day slips into more of an everyday routine. This is common, of course, as the newness wears off. When relationships progress, sometimes we can turn on autopilot and behave with less intentionality. We take things, and people, for granted. And we slip into routines that may begin to feel dull, stale, and uninspiring.
When the newness goes away, the relationship can still thrive and be satisfying and meaningful for all involved with a little bit of work and a shared commitment.
In fact, this is often where the magic is. There is opportunity and hopefulness in choosing to recognize what is no longer working in a relationship and then using that insight to mold your relationship, together, into what you both desire it to be.
By making the decision to consider entering into therapy, you’re acknowledging that this relationship is important to you and that working to improve it is a priority.
No matter the kind of relationship concerns you may bring to therapy, at Steady NYC, you will find a calm, welcoming environment with highly trained therapists ready to listen and help you strengthen and build healthy relationships.
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Entering into therapy to build healthy relationships is a worthwhile goal and one that our therapists will support and encourage you on at every step of your journey. We welcome you to our practice with compassion and understanding as well as a deep willingness to understand your story, your needs, and your goals.
Steady NYC is a practice rooted in authentic, holistic practices. Here you will discover a therapy practice free of shame, stigma, and judgment. We respect you as an individual and because there is no one size fits all prescription for healthy relationships, we will work together with you to help you achieve your highest vision for a healthy relationship.
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