Rachel Moheban will appear at the next Mothers and More Meeting on Tuesday, September 7th at 6:30 pm at MoonSoup. Rachel will talk about “How to Have a Great Relationship With Your Spouse And Be A Great Mom, Too”. She will be sharing doable daily techniques and strategies that you can begin to use right away on how manage stress and anger, rekindle romance and strengthen intimacy as well as communicate more effectively with your partner. Her website is here--- www.therelationshipsuite.com.
You're invited to attend this free event - simply RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Maria for more details 516-680-6888.
Moonsoup is located at 1059 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10022-4028
The Relationship Suite: www.therelationshipsuite.com
Rachel Moheban gleaned two things from her life and those around her—a curiosity for the way people related to each other and a discovery of the self-healing power of the mind. This inquisitiveness inspired her to pursue a Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University. It was not long before Rachel’s gift for providing humanistic therapy made her one of the most sought after psychotherapists in New York City.
What these fortunate clients experience is a warm, dynamic exchange between client and therapist. Rachel removes her clients’ trepidations with engaging interaction that arrives at the heart of their problems and unearths their unfulfilled dreams. Non-judgmental feedback and individualized psychodynamic techniques empower clients to conquer anxiety disorders and depression. Individual therapy is not the only thing driving Rachel’s thriving therapy practice. Top law firms, advertising firms, banks and nonprofit organizations request Rachel Moheban’s corporate counseling services. Even with this success, Rachel’s experiences as a couples therapist and her growing clientele of dating, married and same sex couples prompted the development of her next service.
Over twelve years, Rachel began to notice couples—whether they were dating, married or same sex partners—were missing a key ingredient to creating and sustaining rewarding relationships. She realized couples needed psycho-educational program to address common relationship issues such as communication problems, physical intimacy, anger and money before they arise. The psychotherapist saw the thick wall of resentment stacked between couples that waited too late to seek relationship therapy. In response to this need she created a program for couples called the “Ultimate Relationship Resolution Program”. For more information, check out the program here at: