Michael McNulty

PhD, LCSW

https://gottman.com
Michael McNulty has over twenty five years experience in counseling and psychotherapy. He has extensive training in psychoanalytically informed psychotherapy. He blends this background with contemporary evidenced based approaches, such as The Gottman Method of Relationship Therapy. His clients, students and colleagues often characterize his style as humanistic and collaborative.
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The Person I’m Dating Is Irresponsible With Money. How Do I Say Something Without Overstepping?

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How Do I Help My Friends Resolve a Fight Without Taking Sides?

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My Partner Isn’t My Best Friend. Is That OK?

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My Partner Is Constantly in Touch With His Ex and Her Family. Is This Normal?

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What To Do When You and Your Partner Have Completely Different Morning Routines

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My Partner Has 900,000 Instagram Followers…and It’s Hurting Our Relationship

by Michael McNulty

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