You may have noticed you encounter some challenges in forming or maintaining fulfilling romantic relationships, yet it is something you have always yearned to do.

Difficulties can include anxiety and burnout in dating, fear of abandonment, mistrust, low self-esteem and self-worth, avoidance of dating situations, assertiveness difficulties, and hopelessness.

People experience repeated patterns in relationships, including challenges forming committed relationships, abruptly ending relationships, or unfulfilling relationships. All too often these experiences lead to feelings of loneliness and disconnection.

The content in this workshop primarily focuses on skills to date, including navigating online dating, common thinking in dating, and understanding healthy vs unhealthy signs for a relationship.

This course is presented by: Nadine Neukirch

Nadine is a Clinical Psychologist at the Birchtree Centre and a Dating Coach.

Nadine has worked across a variety of clinical settings, including a hospital outpatient unit, a university clinic, private practice, and a not for profit clinic. She has extensive training and experience in the psychological assessment and treatment of adults, adolescents, and children and their families. Nadine has worked with individuals with a range of presentations including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, difficulties subsequent trauma, eating disorders, and social phobia. Nadine has a specific interest in developmental trauma and childhood concerns. She also has experience in dating coaching and the impact of adverse experiences on current relationships.

Nadine draws upon a range of therapy modalities to work collaboratively with clients to help them achieve their goals. Evidence based approaches she applies include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, and Mindfulness based approaches. Nadine has a warm and non-judgemental approach when working with her clients.

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"It takes two people to create a pattern, but only one to change it."

- Esther Perel, relational therapist and New York Times bestselling author.