Building closer bonds and a stronger relationship

Are you trying to find a better connection with your partner?

Do you find yourself fighting over the same issues again and again?

Do and your partner no longer turn towards each other for support?

Has there been an affair or infidelity?


Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a proven therapy that helps couples find safety with each other so that they can talk about their underlying thoughts and feelings in a non-threatening way. EFT is a humanistic, emotional connection that has been lost through distance, disconnection, and a feeling of being emotionally unsafe.present day oriented therapy approach that avoids shame and blame. The work focuses on restoring the


I work with couples to help them find safety and security with each other again, so that empathy and compassion can return or begin to develop. Together we look at their negative interactional patterns and learn how to change them and so that they can respond differently. Couples can become more loving, responsive and emotionally connected.

I have also trained with The Couples Institute to help couples understand the underlying causes of their relationships distress.  We apply practical techniques to get healing results.  


Couples Therapy Sessions can cover:

  • Conflict and Arguing

  • Relationship Issues

  • Infidelity and Affairs

  • Open marriage Negotiation

  • Communication Patterns

  • Behavior Change Requests

  • Pre-Marital Counseling


   Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & AASECT Certified Sex Therapist
Call or email Mimi for a free phone consultation

Tel: 845-548-8838

20 Squadron Blvd, Suite 680, New City, New York 10956

Mimi is a New York State Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) Clients whose health care insurance plan includes out-of-network mental health benefits can receive partial reimbursement for their psychotherapy services.  Receipts are given at the end of each session.  Please check with your health insurance provider to determine whether you are allowed to get reimbursed for services provided by non-participating providers.