How To Train Your Brain For Better Dates – And Sex
If things aren’t working out in your love life, maybe it’s about time you saw a doctor. An Upper West Side psychologist is using a special kind of therapy to help her clients take charge of their bad dating habits and find love.
Elizabeth Cohen, Ph.D., has been using cognitive behavioral therapy with her clients for 15 years. The therapy, which is more broadly used to treat anxiety-related issues, identifies a patient’s more destructive thoughts, assumptions and behaviors and, with the help of the therapist, corrects them.