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Boris Herzberg
Boris Herzberg
Boris Herzberg
People and circumstances change, and so do relationships. As a couple or as individuals we deal with such changes, often at inconvenient times. However, these changes, difficult as they may be, can be highly beneficial for the development and growth of the couple when they are timely and appropriately addressed.

Professional counseling or consulting at such times can help regain lost contact, improve communication, overcome disagreements, help better understand each other and each others' expectations, ultimately overcoming the crisis and improving the quality of the relationship.

I will be happy to support you during uncertain transitional periods and help you find inner resources to deal with the changes, empowering your relationship growth.

My name is Boris Herzberg and I am a psychoanalytic therapist and relationship consultant working online
My approach

For more than a decade I've been working with and around relationships as a consultant, coach and therapist. I provide sessions that help couples and individuals come to terms with their relationship to each other and self and explore new ways of living and being within a relationship.

You can expect an empathetic, accommodating and non-judgmental approach, as my personal experience is in line with my professional practice, making it easier to understand couples from different backgrounds and places, including international families, long-distance relationships and expats.

I am trained in the psychoanalytic psychodynamic paradigm, which helps uncover the hidden underlying dynamics of relationships. Additionally, I specialize in coaching which employs a more direct and proactive approach. That said, I would describe my helping approach as integrative and adaptive, as I see each person as a unique being and thus work in a holistic way - with people, not with problems.

My experience

11 years of counselling and coaching focusing on the topic of relationships
Worked with 1700+ clients in individual, couple, group sessions (+500 in educational courses)
Contributing author for Psychology Today. Author of the book "The Path to Yourself. Practical Guide to Self-development" (published in Russian).

My education

Psychoanalytic therapist (East-European Institute for Psychoanalysis)
Life-coach (MCI - Master Coach ICF, Israel)
Psychologist (Moscow Institute of Group Therapy and Supervision)

Additional courses:
Therapy for couples and families in crisis
-Traumatic and Normative Crises in Family and Marriage
-Dependent Behavior and the Phenomenon of Codependency in the Family
-Love Triangles
-Children's Fears
-Family and Adolescent Crisis
-Adolescent Self-Destructive Behavior
-Child in Divorce Situation: Loyalty Conflict
(East-European Institute for Psychoanalysis)

On a personal side:

Born in 1980 in born in the former USSR, lived throughout Europe and in Isrаel. Married, loving father of 3 children and a humble cohabitant to 2 cats. I speak English, Russian and Hebrew.

Some issues that we may address in our online meetings
  • Conflicts & disagreements between the partners or family members
  • Circumstantial or developmental crisis in the relationship (eg relocation to a different country, "growing out of the relationship", raising children, monetary issues, relationship boredom etc)
  • Emotional detachment: loss of feelings, intimacy or interest in each other
  • Crisis of one of the partners through the lens of a couples dynamics (eg loss of job, depression, love triangle etc)
  • Suppressed feelings (anger, fear, anxiety, guilt etc) - learning how to express and overcome
  • Coping with separation or divorce, learning to grieve constructively, not destructively
  • Sexual dysfunctions
  • Adultery and betrayal, loss of trust
Blog and Podcast
Welcome to my blog! Here you will find articles about a variety of topics relating to relationships, psychology and emotional intelligence. Read it here. I am a contributing author for Psychology Today.

You can also listen to the AB Relationships podcast on Youtube or Spotify
How conflicts are a driving force of couples therapy?
Contact me for online session or ask a question
Couples online session 125 € (140 $) / 55 min
Individual online session 100 € (110$) / 50 min (details here)

Sessions are arranged according to your needs and circumstances. The appointments are usually held at regular intervals 1-2 times a week. We discuss how many meetings you might need at our first sessions.

Full confidentiality guaranteed.
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