Ten Strategies for Effective Communication
Somerset, NJ (PRWEB) March 8, 2008
Anyone who is married understands the ups and downs that go with long term commitment. Even the very best of relationships cycle through periods of good times and unfortunately bad times -- and nobody is exempt from these "bad times." Dr. Marty Tashman, a New Jersey marriage counselor, understands this fully and has the education, experience, and compassion to help those couples who are looking to improve their relationships.
Dr. Tashman has been a therapist for over 30 years, and is always in favor of salvaging a marriage as long as it is not physically or emotionally destructive. He counsels a broad range of couples including those who are dating, in long term relationships, living together, engaged, newlyweds or couples who have been married for years. During his sessions he teaches his patients how to improve communication, as well as how to deal with emotional pain and anger.
Dr. Tashman has a sincere desire to help his clients achieve a healthier relationship and has provided several tools to get them started on that road. Not only does he have a very useful website (YourMarriageCounselor.com) for anyone interested in learning more about him or his counseling style, but he has also made several appearances on television and radio broadcast shows -- a few of which can be viewed or listened to on his website.
An important recurring theme in Dr. Tashman's therapy sessions is that of reconnection. In his most recent television interview, he guides his viewers through dealing with a workaholic partner. He essentially teaches them the workaholic's point of view, and then proceeds to offer suggestions on how to approach that partner in a non-threatening way.
It's true that Dr. Tashman's website offers information about himself, but it also has many useful resources to help a troubled couple rekindle the relationship they used to share. He has a broad range of articles that offer relational assistance on several topics, and although his articles are very helpful, his expectations are still realistic. In one of his articles, "Ten Strategies for Effective Communication" he lists ten strategies, as the title suggests, but before listing them he advises the reader to adopt those strategies slowly. Change does not come about overnight.
Dr. Tashman also makes some very unique promises to his clients that are a testimony to how important it is to him that his clients achieve success. Unlike many therapists, he guarantees that there will be no charge for the client who feels they aren't making any progress during their sessions. He also encourages emails between sessions and does not charge for brief follow-up phone calls after sessions. And if all that weren't enough, he doesn't even charge for last minute cancellations because he understands how hectic life can be and that sometimes important things just come up.
For more information about Dr. Marty Tashman, please don't hesitate to visit his website at YourMarriageCounselor.com.