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Monthly Content Roundup (https://goo.gl/t1kbHT)

We know that it can be hard to catch every single post, which is why we've rounded up our most popular posts from the last month. We wouldn't want you to miss a thing!

What Is CBT Therapy?
Studies show that CBT, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, is becoming the most popular form of therapy. But what exactly is CBT? We dive into what exactly CBT therapy is in our post here: https://goo.gl/4FW8Z4

Can A Quality Relationship Help You Live Longer?
For over 75 years Harvard has been running a study on the physical and emotional health of 724 people, hoping to unlock the secret to a long and happy life. It turns out, it may all lie in the relationships you have. Read about the study in our post here: https://goo.gl/L4uH5X

Communication Habits That Can Ruin A Relationship
Relationships don't necessarily end because of challenges, but because of our response to those challenges. That's why couples therapy so often focuses on the communication between a couple, rather than the issues that are arising. Learn more about the communication habits that can adversely affect your relationship here: https://goo.gl/dBkPNi

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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Is Williamsburg Therapy Group Right For You? (https://goo.gl/6cihAp)

At Williamsburg Therapy Group, we understand that choosing to seek therapy is a very personal decision. We don't want to sway your decision about whether or not therapy is right for you. We do want those in Brooklyn who are looking for a great therapy office to know that there is one right here in your backyard.

Our in-house psychologists and psychiatrists are highly trained and experienced, and here for those looking for therapy in Brooklyn.

Here is what one of our patients said about working with us:

"I have only excellent things to say about Williamsburg Therapy Group. Their team of clinicians and psychiatrists is thoughtful, warm, and attuned to client's needs. All of the offices are beautiful, stylish, and comfy. It is clear that the team values quality mental health care and goes above and beyond to create a meaningful therapy experience. If you're looking for a psychiatrist or therapist, look no further than this practice!" - Philicia R.

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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What Is 'Slow Dating?' (https://goo.gl/pqRk16)

Dating apps are alive and well, but a new way to use them is sweeping through the dating world. It's called, slow dating.

Slow dating is the concept in which people use dating apps with a purpose, rather than swiping mindlessly or filling empty nights with dates. Less matches and less dates may sound like it'll lower the chances of finding a romantic partner, but that may not be true.

Psychotherapist and relationship expert Rachel Sussman said that the brain can become overwhelmed if you go on too many dates at once. She said, "Limiting your dates or matches makes it easier to pay attention, focus, and look for positive signs or red flags."

The concept of slow dating is becoming more popular in the dating world, and could mean a departure from quantity back to more quality relationships.

If you're looking for ways to build more meaningful relationships, working with a therapist can help.

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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What It Means When Couples Never Fight (https://goo.gl/BrwYNB)

When couples say that they never fight, it's hard to believe them. While for some couples, it really is true, but that could be a good thing or a red flag.

Some couples don't fight because they have systems in place for handling disagreements before they turn into full-blown fights. For others, it may be a symptom of fearing what the other person will do or say during a disagreement.

"Couples who communicate honestly, authentically, and with an emphasis on sharing information and learning from each other vs. 'winning' or 'losing' will tend to argue less," said Joshua Klapow, Ph.D. clinical psychologist and host of The Kurre and Klapow Show.

On the other hand, if a couple never fights because they're trying hard to avoid conflict, it can be very unhealthy. Dr. Klapow explains, "The lack of resolution of problems or conflicts by avoiding, compromising constantly, and otherwise pushing them away or aside can lead to miscommunication in the relationship [and] misperceptions about the quality of the relationship."

You can read more about it on elitedaily.com here: https://goo.gl/BrwYNB

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you and your partner are looking for the right couples therapist, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from everyone here at Williamsburg Therapy Group!

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Reasons To Consider Premarital Counseling (https://goo.gl/3vgroc)

Premarital counseling is a great option for engaged couples who are looking to strengthen their relationship before entering into marriage.

If you and your partner are considering seeking out premarital counseling, here are a few ways that it may benefit you:

Discuss Issues
Premarital counseling not only allows you to discuss issues that are already present in front of an unbiased third party, but it will also give you the tools you need to discuss issues that come up down the road.

Wisdom
If you've never been married before, you may not know what to expect. A great marriage counselor has worked with many couples, and may be able to provide great wisdom and insight into the type of issues that you're likely to face.

Communication
Premarital counseling doesn't just focus on how to deal with issues when they come up, but even with how to avoid letting little things turn into issues. Relationships benefit from great communication, and premarital counseling will equip you and your partner with the tools you need to be great communicators.

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you and your partner are looking for the right couples therapist, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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Feeling Confident Disagreeing With Your Partner (https://goo.gl/kuw5fF)

When you're in a relationship, it's impossible not to face disagreements with your partner at some point. It isn't a bad thing to disagree with your partner. After all, you're different people who come from different places, and there may be situations that you approach differently.

Knowing that you're going to face disagreements is an important step in approaching these disagreements in a healthy way.

You may feel scared vocalizing your concerns to your partner, fearing that it could lead them to feel more upset with you, or even leave you. While these fears are normal, it's important to stand up for yourself and your beliefs. As you become more confident in your self-worth, and your worth as a partner, you'll feel more comfortable voicing differing opinions.

If you don't feel comfortable voicing your opinions in relationships, whether they are romantic or not, a therapist may be able to help you understand how to approach these conflicts. Working with a therapist can help you understand the cycles that are happening in your relationships, and how to combat them.

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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Meet Our Staff: Dr. Selling (https://goo.gl/ybjRYV)

Williamsburg Therapy Group Director Dr. Daniel Selling is a licensed psychologist who provides empowering solutions to individuals, couples, and families.

His expertise draws on unique and extensive experience as a private clinician on Manhattan's Upper West Side, and a former leading psychologist for the City of New York.

Dr. Selling's therapeutic model for couples blends traditional components of counseling and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with an innovative, Family-Systems approach. It is active, present, and focused on the nuances of communications and intimacy in relationships.

Dr. Selling encourages couples to face their challenges head-on as they explore opportunities for individual growth as well as mutual understanding and nurturing.

Dr. Selling also has a wide-ranging experience diagnosing and successfully treating Anxiety and Depression. To learn more about Dr. Selling and the other practitioners at Williamsburg Therapy Group, visit our website here: https://goo.gl/ybjRYV

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if couples therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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How Does A Breakup Affect Your Brain? (https://goo.gl/efUXkx)

It may not sound romantic, but love and science really do go hand-in-hand. Researching the science behind falling in love is nothing new, but researching the science of how a breakup affects your brain is relatively sparse.

There have been a few significant studies that have been conducted to try and understand how the brain behaves when a person is experiencing a breakup. Here are a few interesting facts about how your brain deals with the pain of a breakup:

- Your brain processes the pain of a breakup the same way it processes physical pain

- You may have cravings for your ex that simulate the cravings of someone battling addiction

- Your brain is actively trying to make you feel better and learn how to act differently in the future

Are you intrigued? You can read more about these facts, and the studies that they were pulled from, in this article here: https://goo.gl/efUXkx

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if couples therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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Do People Stay In Unhappy Relationships For Their Partner? (https://goo.gl/Ky6Fdx)

According to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the motivation to stay in an unhappy relationship may be the feelings of their partner.

Psychologist Samantha Joel found that people frequently consider how dependent their partners are on the relationship before they decide to break up with them.

One reason that people may not leave unhappy relationships is simply that they don't want to break their partner's heart.

Researchers conducted two studies to understand the motivations behind staying in unsatisfying relationships. The study found that the more dependent people believed their partner was on the relationship, the less likely they were to initiate a breakup.

You can read more about the study, and it's altruistic findings, here: https://goo.gl/Ky6Fdx

If you're in Brooklyn, New York and you are trying to decide if couples therapy is right for you, call Williamsburg Therapy Group at 347.765.0904. We are here to help you reach your goals, so let's get started. Visit our website to learn more: https://goo.gl/ReW6c9

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