Why Breakup & Breakout
Losing your significant other under the best of circumstances is hard. Now, breaking up is often a public affair as social media adds new dimensions to your loss. Breaking up can create feelings of anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and social isolation. How can you process this complex emotional terrain, navigate the social dynamics of a breakup with grace, and emerge on the other side as an even better version of yourself?
Turn your breakup into a breakout!
BreakUp & BreakOut was created to help empower people and take the shame and isolation out of breakups. Informed by modern research in psychology and years of relational clinical practice, BreakUp & BreakOut includes guided exercises to make your healing an active process that you have control over.
Learn how to deal with overwhelming feelings, manage compulsive behaviors, grapple with the modern dimensions of breakups such as ghosting, identify and transform self-destructive patterns, and invest in yourself so that you will emerge from this challenging experience to find a new and more evolved you on the other side.
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Rachel & Tina
Rachel Thomasian and Tina Setteducate are Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists who work with couples and individuals experiencing breakups. They noticed that although the internet and well-meaning friends are full of information and words of comfort, there is a real lack of professional resources based on research for people going through a breakup.
In their 15 combined years of clinical experience they have noticed common patterns and themes in people’s pain as well as in their healing. Using their clinical training and experience they have gathered evidence-based techniques to help anyone going through a breakup. They created Breakup & Breakout to empower people experiencing a relationship loss to not just heal from their breakup, but to use it as a launching pad to get to healthier relationships with themselves and others.