The Power of Positive Conflict
and the Pitfalls of Negativity
Conflict has the power to draw us closer together or deeply erode our relationships. In this talk, Nura explores the delicate balance between constructive engagement and destructive criticism, offering scientifically-based insights into fostering healthy communication and resolving differences with resilience.
Debunking Myths of
Dating & Marriage
Our beliefs about love often clash with the discoveries of modern research. Nura dismantles common misconceptions surrounding love, relationships, and marriage, peeling away layers of societal myths and empowering individuals to navigate the complexities of modern romance. Discover a fresh, research-backed perspective that encourages individuals to make conscious choices – fostering deeper connections based on intentionality, rather than fleeting instincts.
Swipe & Struggle:
Navigating the Maze of
Nura pulls back the veil on the complex landscape of the dating scene in the digital era. From swipe culture to the nuanced dynamics of modern romance, she intertwines scientific findings with real-life application, offering practical advice to equip the audience with the necessary tools and strategies that are not only evidence-based, but also highly relevant to modern dating.
Questions You Might Ask Yourself
Am I ready for change?
What are my goals? What would change actually look like?
How would I measure progress?
Am I willing to be patient, persistent and consistent?
Am I willing to take responsibility for my thoughts, behaviors, feelings and actions?
Questions We Might Explore Together
What’s gotten in the way of change happening for you?
How do you want to show up in your life and in your relationships?
What significant events or experiences from your past could be influencing your life now?
How have past relationships – family, platonic and romantic – shaped the way you view yourself now?
What strengths and positive qualities do you see in your life and in your relationships that you can build on?
During the consult we discuss your goals for therapy. It’s helpful to think about this prior to our first conversation – what do you need to see to know that our time together is helpful?
You’re All Set!
If we decide that working together is a good fit, we will schedule your first official session. Sessions are typically one hour long, but occasionally with couples they may run a bit longer.
As Featured In
Dr. Nura Mowzoon & Penn Badgley team up for “Can We Talk?"
The "Can We Talk?" series, featuring Dr. Nura Mowzoon and Penn Badgley, offers a unique exploration of the intersection between media, psychology, and everyday experiences. Through engaging discussions, the series aims to dismantle societal polarization by fostering collaborative mindsets among participants, encouraging thoughtful reflections and real-life applications. Click here if you’re interested in bringing Can We Talk to your school or organization!