[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]When we met, Gal
was a marketing manager in tech and Liron
was a design student. At first, the romance was everything we could hope for—but all too soon, trouble showed up.
Liron wanted to “talk about things,” but Gal didn’t understand what there was to talk about. Liron complained that Gal was married to his work and was no fun anymore. Gal complained that he carried all the financial burden in the relationship.
Things escalated. We wanted to be together, but we broke up twice.
Then we decided to work on it.
We took workshops and took on our own personal growth—and what we learned transformed us. Gal left his tech job to become a therapist. Liron let go of her design career and also became a therapist. Now, we enjoy a relationship that’s more fun, loving, and passionate than either of us ever could have imagined.
We appreciate each other’s gifts and talents and learn so much from each other. In fact, we felt so inspired that we decided to dedicate our lives to working with couples. Liron has a gift for teaching couples how to overcome barriers to connection and create a deeper, more exciting love between them. Gal teaches other therapists how to work with couples. He is a teacher in the Hakomi experiential method and an adjunct faculty at CIIS University where he teaches marriage counseling.[/text_block]