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Online Therapy

Whether you are seeking individual or couples therapy, my personalized and intuitive approach will help you attain lasting personal growth and change in a supportive and motivating environment.

Sessions take place using a secure video chat service (similar to Skype) which makes scheduling a breeze. No traffic, no parking, no hassle. Connect from home or work at your convenience.

Discover Intimacy Retreat

Retreat alone or with a loved one to the magical town of Nosara, Costa Rica on April 14th – April 19th.

We will spend 6 days building a deeper level of connection and intimacy with yourself and others while indulging in healthy food, beautiful sunsets, yoga, meditation, breath work, and experiential exercises to help connect you to your heart’s truest desires.

Dr. Schewitz is based out of Los Angeles, CA and has been working with couples and individuals since 2008. She is passionate about inspiring people to dream big and achieve their “impossible” through improving their life and relationships. Read More

Marriage researchers have found 4 characteristics that almost guarantee divorce (or a very unhappy marriage) when present in your relationship. Called the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse, these 4 characteristics are toxic and must be changed if you are to have a positive, loving, and lasting relationship. Dr. Gottman is a well known and respected marriage researcher who is able to predict the outcome of a relationship with over 90% accuracy just by observing a couple for 30 minutes while having an argument. If the 4 Horsemen are present, Gottman predicts the odd are not in your favor… Read More

Dr. Schewitz on the Make Love Last Series:

In this video you will discover:

  • More about Dr. Schewitz
  • The 4 toxic behaviors that are ruining your relationship
  • How to improve your relationship
  • My favorite books for couples
  • What to do when your partner doesn’t want to come to couples therapy
  • The daily practice you can implement to bring more joy to your relationship