66 episodes

Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection.

Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship?

Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast.

The goal is to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that withstands the test of time.

Each week I share stories, practical strategies, and have inspiring conversations with guests to help you get and keep the relationship you and your partner dream of. Let's find out how to avoid relationship disaster and become relationship masters.

Relationship Psych | Love | Marriage | Conflict | Psychology ‪|‬ Amber Dalsin

    • Society & Culture

Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection.

Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship?

Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast.

The goal is to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that withstands the test of time.

Each week I share stories, practical strategies, and have inspiring conversations with guests to help you get and keep the relationship you and your partner dream of. Let's find out how to avoid relationship disaster and become relationship masters.

    67. How to make your relationship happier

    67. How to make your relationship happier

    How to make your relationship happy again.

    We are going to go over some steps to make your relationship better and two common mistakes that will get in the way.

    In this episode we talk about:


    Your relationship goals
    The actions you need to take to reach your relationship goals
    Mistakes getting in the way of actually creating a happier relationship

    Get the Course Communication Cures by clicking here.

    This episode is for informational purposes only.

    • 11 min
    66. 4 Mistakes Couples Make When Trying to Make Up After a Fight

    66. 4 Mistakes Couples Make When Trying to Make Up After a Fight

    Most couples don’t want fights to become huge blow outs that hurt their relationship. They want a way to successfully resolve pains between them. Like a washing machine, sometimes a problem might spin you around or twist you for a short while, but then you come out cleaner and even brighter than before.

    Conflict is normal in relationships.

    But how we do conflict can be so destructive. It can turn a good relationship toxic and leave a good intentioned couple headed for divorce.

    In this episode we are going to talk about the most common mistakes I see couples do when they talk about a fight that prevents them from processing the pain and coming out brighter than before. Instead, they get spun around, or twisted and come out looking drained, tired, and hopeless.

    Link to Communication Cures https://www.emberrelationshippsychology.com/communication-cures

    This podcast is for informational purposes only.

    • 13 min
    65. Save your relationship with simple frameworks

    65. Save your relationship with simple frameworks

    Save your communication with simple frameworks We get into a relationship to have big smile greet us when we get home at the end of a day, a warm body to curl up next to in bed, a listening ear when we need to vent, an adventure companion to explore with on weekends, and a teammate to tackle housework. And why shouldn’t you have that. But tell me if this has ever been you? As you walk into your front door there is no greeting smile, in bed there is another body hugging the edge of the bed and the gap between you is cool and distant, when you go to vent your not even sure the sound of your voice hits your partner’s ears, you stop spending time together, and you are in never ending power struggle about housework. You might relate to some or all of that. In my last 10+ years as a psychologist and couples therapist, I’ve heard of many couples going through just this. They try to connect but they don’t know what to do when communication breaks down. They have no framework for healthy relationship communication, and their efforts fail. In this episode we cover: · The secret to reconnecting with your partner, and no, it’s not buying a new dress or matching lingerie. · What you can do in the next 2.5 months to walk into 2022 confident in your relationship. · A tool to help you get to the heart of an issue without long drawn-out conversations.

     Get Communication Cures, the new online course click here

    https://www.emberrelationshippsychology.com/communication-cures

    This podcast is for informational purposes only.

    • 13 min
    64. What Predicts Divorce, & How to Prevent Divorce with Dr. Tamara Fackrell

    64. What Predicts Divorce, & How to Prevent Divorce with Dr. Tamara Fackrell

    Discover what causes 95% of divorces, and tools you can use today so can create a loving and long-lasting relationship.

    Whether your relationship is struggling with difficulties feeling seen and heard, lack of intimacy, or the same problems over and over, Dr. Fackrell shares some practical tools couples can use to increase their connection.

    In this episode we cover:

    · What gender is filing two thirds of divorces and why.

    · How to handle it when the same problems come up over and over.

    · What is means to actually show your partner love in a meaningful way, so you actually hit the bulls eye.

    · Why bother working on your relationship.

    · Strategies to improve your relationship.

    Dr. Tamara Fackrell loves good marriages. After practicing as an attorney mediator who works with divorce and other family matters for ten years she decided to get her PhD in Marriage, Family, and Human Development. Dr. Fackrell has been active attorney mediator for over 20 years now and she also does prevention by speaking and helping married couples with Mediation Marital Strategy Sessions. She is an international speaker and the author of over 15 books. She has seen firsthand what does and does not make marriage work.

    Website: https://mindfulmarriage.love/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindful_marriage/?hl=en

    This episode is for informational purposes only.

    • 53 min
    63. What to do after an affair with Mac Stanley Cazeau

    63. What to do after an affair with Mac Stanley Cazeau

    The truth you didn’t know about healing from infidelity, tools you can use to overcome betrayal, and steps to rebuild so you can create a relationship that was even stronger than before.

    In this episode we cover:


    What goes wrong in relationships that sets the stage for infidelity.
    Dos and don’ts after learning about an affair.
    If affairs are really about sex.
    Different kinds of people who have affairs.
    The 3 stages of healing after infidelity.
    What is an appropriate consequence after infidelity so your partner can trust again.

    Bio:

    Mac Stanley Cazeau, LMHC owner and operator of Therapy Is For Everyone Counseling where he specializes in individual counseling, marriage, family, and couples counseling. Mac’s caseload tends to be 70% couples, and 30% individuals/family, of which majority are black men and women.

    Mr. Cazeau obtained his Undergraduate Degree in B.S Psychology from Queens College and Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Long Island University. Furthermore, Mr. Cazeau obtained 3 certifications from the Gottman Institute & one certification from the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT ) model. Mr. Cazeau’s therapeutic philosophy focuses on a holistic approach, utilizing a variety of techniques, tailoring the therapy to each individual's needs.

    Mr. Cazeau specializes in the following:


    Relationship Counseling
    Improving Communication Skills
    Conflict Management
    Increasing Friendship, Intimacy, Admiration, and Fondness within Couples
    Attachment, Love Addiction
    Healing from Trauma & Affairs
    Dating and/or Recovering from A Narcissist
    Divorce/Separation & Family Dynamics
    Depression, Anxiety, Anger Management

    Website: Therapyisforeveryone.org

    Email: Talk2Mac1on1@gmail.com

    IG: @Talk2Mac_Therapist

    This episode is for informational purposes only.

    • 53 min
    62. Mental Health Across the Lifespan with Dr. Julie Erickson

    62. Mental Health Across the Lifespan with Dr. Julie Erickson

    Discover the secrets to good mental health over the lifespan.

    Even if we keep putting 29 candles on the birthday cake every year, the earth keeps going around the sun, and we age.

    Tune in to hear about how we can keep fit with our mental health, how we can optimize our mental health, and what to expect as we age.

    We cover:

    · The truth about how aging affects mental health

    · Poking holes in the myths about the psychological effects of aging

    · How to support the mental health in older adults

    · Questions to ask your partner so you can create a meaningful life together

    · How to take care of your mental health as you age

    · The impact of your social circle on your mental health



    About Dr. Julie:

    Dr. Julie Erickson is a clinical psychologist at the Forest Hill Centre for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the University of Toronto. Her research has focused on understanding the mental health needs of older adults and reducing their barriers to obtaining evidence-based psychological treatment. Dr. Erickson provides cognitive behavioral therapy to adults across the lifespan with a focus on mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, and trauma-related disorders. She also teaches graduate courses and workshops on cognitive behavioral therapy, psychological disorders, and aging & mental health.



    This podcast is for informational purposes only.

    • 40 min

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