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Blaze Lazarony


Phone: 707-400-5346

Neurodiverse Couples' Retreat

with Barbara Lazarony

Invest in Your Relationship:

A Neurodiverse Couples' Retreat Can Help You Connect on a Deeper Level


As neurodiverse couples, it can be hard to find time and space to explore your relationship. Our daily routines and responsibilities can get in the way of focusing on what matters most. That's why a couples retreat is the perfect way to carve out time and space to reconnect. It provides a safe, nurturing environment that allows both of you to step back, reflect and create a shared vision for your partnership. Gaining clarity on your feelings, goals, and values can help you each bring understanding, harmony, and an even deeper connection to each other – something worth investing in!


Sharing Your Stories 

One of the most important aspects of any relationship is communication. Neurodiverse couples need to prioritize communication and understanding to build strong relationships. It is important for both partners to be open and honest about their individual needs and feelings, as well as be patient and accepting of one another's differences. Additionally, creating a safe space where each partner can express themselves without fear of judgment or criticism is essential.  


During a couples retreat, you will have the opportunity to get to know each other more deeply by discovering what makes the two of you unique. This could involve exploring childhood experiences or current struggles; all stories are valid! As a skilled couples facilitator, I will help you identify patterns in communication that might be holding your neurodiverse relationship back from reaching its full potential. Most importantly, I will guide you toward finding common ground so you can feel heard and respected. 


Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone Together 

A good couples retreat offers structured activities to facilitate a connection between partners through fun activities like trust-building exercises or creative projects. These out-of-the-box experiences reignite playfulness in the relationship and help people move away from their usual patterns into something new! 


It is also important for neurodiverse couples to focus on problem-solving together rather than assigning blame or feeling guilty for miscommunications; doing something new can support you in creating a new way of being together. Whether learning to dance together or participating in group discussions, these activities can bring about an understanding beyond words necessary for lasting harmony in any neurodiverse partnership. 


Creating A Shared Vision For The Future 

Finally, one of the main takeaways from attending a neurodiverse couples retreat should be gaining clarity on what you both want for the future of your partnership. With this newfound understanding comes a shared vision of what kind of relationship you would like to build - one that feels fulfilling both individually and collectively!

It’s also essential to find ways to make time for shared hobbies and experiences that can help strengthen the connection between you in a neurodiverse relationship. Having a clear vision for your future helps clarify your roles within the partnership, which helps create harmony over time. 



Investing in a neurodiverse couples retreat can genuinely transform your relationship by providing structure and guidance around creating a meaningful connection with each other. It provides an opportunity for growth within yourself too. It gives insight into how both of you as individuals can come together as one unit to create something beautiful - something worth investing in! So, if you are ready to deepen your connection with your partner, let’s book your neurodiverse couples retreat today!




Barbara (Blaze) Lazarony, MA is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #127882, Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #10253, Transpersonal Coach, Certified Trauma Professional, Author & Speaker. 


Read Barbara's full bio here.


Registered Associate, AMFT #127882

Registered Associate, APCC #10253

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

Employed by New Path Couples Therapy Inc.


Phone: 707-400-5346

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