Ready to create a meaningful life together?

Learn how to strengthen your relationship using The Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work in our in-person workshop

March 13 & 14, 2020 - $850 per couple*

*Have a promo code? Email us at: info@metherapynyc.com

How many times, in the past month, have you?

  • Left the office excited to see your partner, but wound up feeling lonely or disconnected upon arrival?
  • Felt frustrated by your partner for constantly being on their phone or working, or had your partner frustrated with you?
  • Felt misunderstood, invalidated and unheard in your relationship?
  • Experienced a lull in intimacy or romance?

If you are in a committed relationship and are feeling a little out of tune with your partner, this workshop is for you.

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is a heavily researched and practiced workshop designed to help you and your partner improve your friendship, enhance your romance/intimacy, manage conflict constructively, and create goals and meaning for your life together. 

Created by Drs. John and Julie Gottman, this workshop is internationally recognized as one of the most effective tools to have in order to strengthen your relationship, deepen your connection, and increase feelings of validation and understanding.

Join us March 13th & 14th, 2020

A Workshop Designed for You

Over the course of the two days, you and your partner will explore the seven principles of making marriage work together.

Just Move Forward

You will not be required to share any information with others at the workshop. 

This workshop is for YOU and YOUR PARTNER, and you will only be asked to remain engaged, excited and motivated to show your partner how much they mean to you.

Mollie is a true relationship expert and ... I've witnessed her dedication to helping individuals and couples find a way to relate to their emotions, improve their communication, and gain strategies to transform their relationships with themselves, their partners, and their professional networks. 

I can only imagine how much her workshop will transform your relationships.

-- Julia Colangelo

By the end of the workshop,

Sense of Connection

Tools that Work

Leave with techniques to help you and your partner feel understood, connected, and fullfilled even in your busy schedules.

Be able to implement tools to find space for one another - emotionally, cognitively and physically.

Stronger Marriage

Through a renewed sense of connection and a clear action plan moving forward, your marriage will be stronger than ever.

Your Facilitators

Mollie Eliasof, LCSW, is your lead facilitator for thie workshop.

Mollie is a couples therapist in Columbus Circle, working with driven and ambitious couples in New York City to help them achieve balance both in their career and in their relationships. 

Mollie hosts the podcast, Next Level Relationships, where she explores how to enrich your life experience by optimizing your connection time in relationships, both at home and at work.

She has completed the Level 3 Practicum Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and is on her way to certification with the current cohort. Mollie and her private practice run a blog on METherapyNYC.com, dedicated to enhancing dating and relationships.

Mollie will be assisted by Alyssa Ashenfarb, LCSW. Alyssa is a couples therapist who works alongside Mollie.

Alyssa has completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She is a complex trauma specialist, and focuses on helping couples understand past and present wounds through Gottman Method and other modalities.

A Workshop by ME Therapy NYC

With offices throughout NYC, Mollie Eliasof Therapy is a growing collective of emotional wellness specialists focused on improving your mental health and life balance.  

We strive to help you reach your ideal life one with happiness, purpose, meaning, and fulfillment. There are many obstacles that can occur on your way to achieving this goal. Our goal is to help you identify and move past each one, so that you can have the life you want. The safety and support of our mental health professionals will get you there.  

Join us on March 13th & 14th, 2020