Lee Kaufman

Life Coach

By creating an honest, human connection, Lee Kaufman helps people to calm down and see their unhealthy, and sometimes even destructive, patterns for what they are—simply patterns. Then, through a clear and fresh approach, he lays out a path, one doable and manageable step at a time, to bring forward healthy change.

Lee began his work with the Marriage Recovery Center in January, 2018. Alongside Dr. Hawkins, he developed a program focused on bringing about growth and healing for men who struggle with being emotionally disconnected from the world around them. He also offers Anger Management and Health Coaching sessions.

Over the last 15 years, Lee has worked with people on healing nearly every aspect of their lives, from the physical (yoga, meditation and breath work), to the emotional (self-concept and love), to the intellectual (career and financial pursuits).  He also spent over a decade in traditional finance roles, so he fully understands the pressures and rigors of our modern-day life.

Therapy Rates

Mini Intensive (3 hour session)$350
2-day Personal Intensive$2400
3-day Marriage Intensive$3400
Hourly Sessions$135
Marriage Evaluation Package$350
10 Hour Package$1250
Please note that all discounted packages are non-refundable and will expire after one year of purchase.

Recent Articles by Lee Kaufman

Anger from a Woman’s Perspective

I’ve spoken about anger a lot, but this is the first time that I’m addressing anger from the female perspective. I’m specifically addressing some of the relationship triggers that cause women to become angry and how woman might experience anger differently than men do.

You Don’t Need to Process Your Anger with Your Partner

When we’re extremely angry, physiologically we’re not a whole lot different than a child throwing a tantrum. We’re literally not in our right mind. Blood has moved away from our pre-frontal cortex (the seat of conscious thought) and filled our amygdala, where the fight or flight response is triggered. We call this state being “flooded” or “triggered,” a term coined by Daniel Goleman in his bestselling book Emotional Intelligence. Basically, when you’re in fight or flight mode, you’re in no position to think or communicate logically.

Are You Setting Boundaries or Just Complaining?

One of the key issues I see in my work with clients is the inability to use boundaries and boundary-setting in a way that is healthy and productive for relationships. Boundaries are key! Why are they so important? Because if you don’t figure out how to set healthy boundaries, one or both of you will probably often be triggered, flooded, and unable to function well in your relationship. Without boundaries, you could (without realizing it) actually be feeding your relationship dysfunction instead of standing up for what’s best or right for you and the relationship.

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