May 13, 2014 · 6:45 PM
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Maybe you are single and tired of looking for the right partner. Maybe you are divorced and still having problems with your ex. Maybe you are sandwiched between taking care of your aging parents and young kids. Maybe you are married and longing to rejuvenate your marriage. Maybe you are widowed and mourning the loss of your spouse. Maybe you are thinking about reconciling with your ex and wondering if you should. Maybe you are ending a relationship and feeling the loss. Maybe you are struggling with getting past old wounds from your childhood say from a parent or your brother or sister. Maybe you are unhappy with your partner and confused about what to do. Maybe you are tired of dating but afraid to commit to a relationship. Maybe you are pretty satisfied with your relationship but can’t quite accept a few qualities or traits in your partner that drive you crazy. Maybe you are relatively happy in your marriage or relationship and looking to make it that much better.
If any of these sound familiar, you are not alone. Our Relationship Support Group, established in 2006, is for individuals (not couples) who are looking for support as they struggle with various problems in all kinds of relationships. We are a place for ongoing support as questions about your relationship come up.
The group meets weekly for two hours in the comfort of members' homes. It is facilitated by Rob Kaufman, a psychotherapist (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) with over 27 years experience counseling couples and individuals who have never been married or who are divorced and remarried. Rob Kaufman, LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) also offers individual, couple and family counseling by appointment.