Galit Romanelli Verified
Life Coach, Mother empowerment/Infant feeding counselor
Hi, I’m Galit and I’m a Relationship and Dating Coach!
Relationship dynamics are hard and often we know what we want, but we don’t always know how to get it? Or even if it exists? How do we navigate the tension between being in an intimate relationship, without losing ourselves? How do we create a relationship that one the one hand answers our needs and at the same time expands past what we may have seen at home and are familiar with? How do we step out of old patterns that keep us stuck, into new relational dances that keep us alive, growing and thriving? How do we breathe new life into a long term relationship? Can long distance relationships work? All of these questions can be answered once we get connected to ourselves, learn new language and a new model for love. I’m a certified life coach, hold a MA in Gender Studies and am a PhD student at Bar Ilan University. If any of these questions have been nagging at you, don’t wait - you deserve to be in a relationship that is a celebration!
University College London
Coaching certificate from TAU, 2010
Certified lactation consultant
MA in Gender Studies from UCL
Couples / Relationship / Marriage Counseling
Gender Identity Concerns
Parenting Issues / Training
Gottman MethodThe Gottman Method is an evidence-based approach to couples therapy that is designed to help couples strengthen their relationships and resolve conflicts. This method is based upon decades of research on thousands of couples and utilizes an approach that is both structured and collaborative. The method is designed to help couples increase respect, affection, and closeness, break through and resolve conflict, generate greater understanding, and to keep conflict discussions calm. It emphasizes the importance of self-regulation, constructive communication, and creating a safe environment for couples to talk and work through their issues. During sessions, couples work on skills such as active listening and expressing needs and feelings effectively. Couples are also given tools to identify and work through conflicts by using problem-solving techniques and developing strategies to manage emotions and reduce stress.
Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT)IRT focuses on helping couples identify and address their unconscious patterns of behavior that contribute to conflict and dissatisfaction in the relationship. IRT also emphasizes the importance of forgiveness and validation in healing past wounds and creating a more positive and fulfilling relationship. IRT helps couples develop communication skills and a deeper understanding of each other's needs and feelings.
Through Imago Therapy, couples will be able to explore their communication patterns, discover sources of conflict, and create new ways of connecting with each other that build empathy and understanding. The therapist will also work with the couple to create a vision for their relationship and set realistic goals for how to achieve it. This therapy helps couples to develop better communication, trust, and intimacy, as well as providing hope for the future of their relationship.
Narrative TherapyNarrative therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the stories, or narratives, of a person's life in order to help them gain insights into their situation and develop skills to make positive changes. It is based on the idea that people construct their own stories and meanings to make sense of their lives and experiences. It emphasizes the strengths, values, and skills of the person, while also exploring the influences of culture and context on their life. Narrative therapy seeks to empower individuals by helping them to identify and use their inner resources to overcome challenges and create positive change.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)NLP is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy that focuses on understanding how people think, communicate and interact. It was developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the 1970s. NLP looks at how people use language, their body language and other non-verbal communication to understand their inner experiences. It uses techniques such as modeling, reframing, and anchoring to help people change their behavior and beliefs. Its goal is to help people understand how they think and take control of their own behavior and thoughts. NLP is based on the belief that the way we think affects how we feel and how we act. It points out that each person operates within their own subjective reality rather than from a place of objectivity. Proponents of NLP believe everyone’s perception of the world is distorted, limited, and unique. A therapist who practices NLP explores how a person in treatment perceives their reality and the effect this perception may have on that person’s thoughts and behavior. The therapist can then help them find and strengthen the skills that serve them best and assist them in developing new ways to replace ones that have shown to be unproductive or harmful.