-Wendi L. Dumbroff, couple and sex therapist discussed sexual health concerns to take into account-
Madison, NJ — Wendi L. Dumbroff, MA, LPC, was recently featured on the I DO Podcast hosted by Sarah and Chase Kosterlitz. In the segment, “Help! My Partner Is A Control Freak,” Dumbroff discussed issues around controlling relationships, making couples aware of their behavior and how to act moving forward.
“When people talk about communication and control we have to unpack what it is someone is saying. Well, what do you mean by control? Illustrate it for me, whatever issue that is brought to you, you have to understand it.”
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Dumbroff elaborates, “Whatever stress is on the surface, we kind of have to drop down below it and see what’s there. It’s being able to see the cycle and pull that cycle out so each partner can see the impact of their behavior.”
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Ms. Dumbroff is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Madison, NJ, where she specializes in individual, family, couples, and sex therapy. She is a highly trained couple and sex therapist who provides a safe, non-judgmental and sex-positive environment.
Dumbroff has extensive experience counseling individuals, families, and couples, around many different matters including; infidelity, lack of communication, depression, anxiety and all aspects of sexual issues. Highly intuitive, she honors the perspectives of each person in the room; she deeply believes therapy is a very courageous choice and key to understanding un-useful patterns, which repeat in relationships.
Additionally, Dumbroff is a teacher and advocate of mindfulness and meditation which are skills she brings into her therapy practice. To see more of Wendi’s media coverage, please click here.
For more information, please contact Wendi Dumbroff at email@example.com or at (973) 937-8651.
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