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What should I be looking for in my next relationship?

20th Oct 2022 | 6pm (UK time)


Join Rachel New, dating and relationships coach, to explore questions such as:

  • What kind of relationship do I want?
  • What kind of person is right for me?
  • How do I want to do things differently this time?
  • What are the essential ingredients that make a relationship work?
  • How important are personality, physical attraction, values, intelligence and other features in determining how compatible we are?

There will be time for some reflective exercises for you to do as well as discussion and questions.

Rachel New has been a dating and relationships coach and educator in London, UK for six years. She has a Masters in psychology, is a qualified teacher with twenty-five years’ experience, has training in life and mindfulness coaching, has a counselling certificate, and has trained with The Gottman Institute to work with couples.

Visit rachelnewdatingcoach.co.uk to find out more about Rachel and to read her blog.

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Your host…

Rachel New

Dating Coach

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Dr Isabelle Hung

Dr Isabelle Hung is a co-founder of divorceclub.com and a clinical psychologist. Having got through her own divorce, she is now remarried and happy to report that divorce really is an opportunity for growth and positive change.