Chelene Sirianni, MS, CAS-LMHC
New love is thrilling, but can we keep the magic alive? What sort of secrets can ruin a good thing? How can we resolve resentments before they boil over? We’ll dive deep into the science of healthy relationships, revealing secrets that may surprise you. From meeting your partner’s needs to setting clear boundaries, we’ll learn how to protect these precious bonds, steer clear of pitfalls, and keep things spicy.
Chelene has 23 years of experience helping patients with depression, anxiety, insomnia, parenting, communication, relationships, sexuality, and divorce, which includes a child-centered approach to this difficult transition. She helps couples reconnect after affairs or simply growing apart. She also helps people accept and celebrate alternative lifestyles, believes that emotional health is strongly connected to physical health, and focuses on achieving balance in all areas of life.
*Owing to professional ethics and legal constraints, Chelene Sirianni will not comment on mental health related issues connected to past or current public figures, including political figures. nor can she comment on mental health matters related to the diagnosis or treatment of individuals or the family members of such individuals that might contact or view this program.
This event was recorded on February 8, 2022.
Resources shared during the show:
“The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work” – John M. Gottman
“What Makes Love Last” – John M. Gottman
“The Way of the Superior Man” – David Deida (Masculine energy people)
“Dear Lover” – David Deida (Feminine energy people)
“Mating in Captivity” – Esther Perel
“Where Should We Begin – A Game of Stories” – Game – Esther Perel
“Getting the Love You Want” – Harville Hendrix
“The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate” – Gary Chapman