They say hindsight is 2020. Now that the year is over, it’s time to start over. Take stock of what needs repair in your life. If you’re single, reassess your dating options: dos, don’ts and re-dos. Is it a chronic case of limbo? Is there a way to break the feeling of life “on hold”?
If you’re partnered, swap out some habits that are compromising your relationship. So much sheltering in place together can strain even the best of dynamics. For many, unnecessary bickering, blaming and criticising has become second nature. Discover new ways to improve your coping skills and sense of connection as a couple. It’s a lot easier to change your approach with the guidance of a professional. Don’t wait for the next normal to come your way, start creating it today.
Park Avenue Relationship Consultants (PARC) is an out-of-network New York relationship counseling service with private office locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Riverdale and Long Island. We specialize in couples therapy, individual and family relationship counseling, and marriage and pre-marital counseling. Each PARC therapist is an expertly trained, fully licensed clinician with over 20 years’ experience working with couples, individuals and families. All sessions are private and client information confidential.
During the current health crisis, we are offering special discounted video counseling sessions in the privacy and safety of your own home. All video sessions are out-of-network, private and confidential. Offer is available to individuals, couples and families (new clients only) and expires February 1, 2021. For more information—and to schedule your first session—please call PARC Client Services at 917-340-7592 or email us.
PARC is out-of-network. A private counseling service, we do not accept payments from insurers or belong to any insurance networks. While insurance plans can reduce costs, we believe they can compromise quality of service, privacy and confidentiality. PARC is dedicated to providing the highest level of counseling to clients, with guaranteed privacy and confidentiality. If your insurance plan offers out-of-network mental health coverage, your therapist can provide documentation you can submit to your insurance provider for re-imbursement.