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December 12, 2016

Relationship Co-Coaching
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Many married couples would like to deepen their love and emotional connections, especially those caught in habitual patterns of conflict. Our guest Dr. Timothy McCarthy challenges traditional simplistic beliefs about relationships and marriage, asserting these are harmful, inclining couples to breakup prematurely and a 50 percent divorce rate.

His new approach, Relationship Co–Coaching, is a new dynamic growth model for love and marriage that helps couples finally break repeating negative relationship patterns and commit to a more unselfish, altruistic love for one another. Dr. McCarthy offers inspiration and hope for all those wanting relationship improvement with case examples showing remarkable changes now seen in couples after using this new approach.
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Corporate Talk: Dr. Timothy McCarthy
Dr. Tim He has developed a new approach for helping couples overcome entrenched self-limiting negative patterns, Relationship Co-Coaching, and has seen clients change more quickly and dramatically than ever before in his practice.

See Dr. McCarthy’s new self-help book for how couples can use these principles to create real relationship change. He is inspired to educate couples in how to achieve greater happiness and love
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Dr. Tim McCarthy
Dr. McCarthy is a Licensed PhD Psychologist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Minnesota with over 33 years of experience. He is a therapist, coach, author, and speaker/presenter for professional organizations and businesses. His practice is dual focused and includes both therapy and executive coaching.

During the first 28 years of practice Dr. McCarthy saw how difficult it was for couples to break free from deep-rooted patterns and to make real change. So in 2010 he developed a new approach—Relationship Co-Coaching—influenced by his extensive experience in executive coaching and leadership team co-coaching. Using this model he now sees couples change in remarkable ways never seen before in his first 28 years of doing marital therapy. His newly published book RELATIONSHIP CO-COACHING: A NEW APPROACH TO DEEPER LOVE, LESS CONFLICT has received praise by therapists of national reputation and notables in the local community.

Dr. Tim's Website