Recap: The Long-Distance Relationship Survival Guide ft. Janet Bayramyan

New episodes will be posting in December! In the meantime, Erika hopes you enjoy recapping some oldies but goodies with her.

In this recap: Erika and Janet Bayramyan cover the challenges and benefits of  long-distance relationships.

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What we talked about

Greetings, folks! While Erika is working hard to refine her podcast process and make an improved listening experience for all of you, we'll be recapping some previous episodes that Erika's chosen as especially interesting, important, or relevant. New episodes are slated to be released in December. Stay tuned!

In this recap:

Janet Bayramyan is a licensed therapist specializes in trauma, relationship, and sex therapy. In Janet’s workbook she helps you tackle the many issues that arise in long distance relationships.  Erika and Janet cover the challenges and benefits of long-distance relationships in addition to how to handle conflict.  They also talk about how sex can be a barrier and requires creativity to enjoy physical intimacy.  

Questions tackled: 

What are the benefits and challenges of long distance relationships? 

How do you learn how to deal with conflict in these relationship types? 

How do you have sex when you are in a long distance relationship? 

How do you know if someone is cheating or not? 

Workbook: The Long Distance Relationship Survival Guide 

https://www.suzihalajyan.com/shop/long-distance-relationships-survival-guide-workbook-1 

More about Janet

I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the states of California and Florida. I work from a trauma focused and attachment oriented perspective, supporting individuals and couples through their healing of past and current distressing events. I’m trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Havening Techniques. Havening Techniques is a psychosensory modality that supports individuals in de-traumatizing stressful memories in the brain. I’m also certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

These certifications mean that I’m well versed in helping you get through any traumatic experiences you’ve been through whether you experienced sexual assault, physical violence, domestic violence, medical trauma, abandonment or neglect. I feel comfortable sitting in the room with you, holding a safe space for you to share anything that you want with me, while we collaborate together to figure out a plan to support you and provide you with some relief.

I also support individuals who want to improve their relationship and sexual wellness with sex therapy, while also assisting individuals develop healthy boundaries. I also take into consideration cultural background in my work and am mindful of how culture plays a part in one’s journey.

Where to find Janet

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