Therapist Launches Frum Marriage and Intimacy Coaching Program

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Divorce and distressed marriages in the Jewish community are on the rise. At
the same time, there are many couples who have less-than-ideal
relationships or who never received marriage education and need to be
taught techniques to improve communication, enhance affection, and
achieve the happiness they deserve.

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There is also no question that the frum community is bombarded with ever-
increasing pressures from the Internet, cell phones and work stress. Couples
need more help then ever to keep their marriage bonds strong and
connected.

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT, a renowned Marriage and Family Therapist
who specializes in marriage therapy who has also introduced innovative
programs into the frum community for years, will be training individuals,
Kallah/Chosson "teachers, Shadchanim, and Rabbis/Rebbetzins on the Viktor
Frankl Marriage and Intimacy Coaching Program starting Nov. 10. The
program meets on Sundays via a live webinar for two hours each week for 15
weeks.

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“I have watched some of the key trends facing young couples today and they
are getting worse,” says Rabbi Schonbuch. “I have personally saved hundreds
of marriages over the years, but we need a larger group of coaches who
reach even more couples. For over 50 years, marriage educators and
coaches in America have been helping marriages improve. Now, interested
members of our community can learn to be a marriage and intimacy coach
based on the most advanced concepts in marriage therapy/coaching and
Torah-based principles”.

On the program, participants learn to teach couples to communicate
effectively, develop their relationship skills, and work through any problems

they may experience during shana rishona and beyond. Coaches are trained
when to refer the couples for professional advice.
Participants learn the most advanced concepts in coaching including:

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 Emotionally Focused Couple Coaching
 John Gottman’s “7 Principles to Making Marriage Work”
 Logotherapy (Viktor Frankl) for Couples & Intimacy
 Advanced Communication Skills (Imago)
 5 Love Languages

During the training program, Rabbi Schonbuch offers live demos by
counseling real-life couples on-line for the class to observe. Participants also
get ample time to practice role-playing as marriage coaches with one
another.

Certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), participants learn
about theories in marriage and family therapy and coaching including: Family
Dysfunction and Resilience (Pia Mellody), Attachment Theory, Emotionally-
Focused Couple Therapy (Sue Johnson), the meaning of intimacy (Viktor
Frankl), dealing with trauma (EMDR), and overcoming substance and Internet
addiction.

Graduates will also continue with year-long supervision with Rabbi Daniel
Schonbuch, where they can share their challenges, ask questions about their
cases, and better serve the couples they are working to help.
The Viktor Frankl Marriage and Intimacy Coaching Program begins on Nov.
10. To register and watch a free video of week 10, visit
www.TorahPsychology.org or call Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch at 646-428-4723.

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