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Audrey B. Chapman is a therapist (individuals & couples), author, workshop trainer, and nationally-known relationship expert. She has developed a “tough love” approach to helping men and women develop loving, interdependent relationships, build effective communication, problem solving skills, and take responsibility for their happiness.
Dr. Chapman is the former host of The Audrey Chapman Show on WHUR & Sirius XM Radio. She has appeared on numerous national and television programs, including Oprah, 20/20, and Good Morning America; and has been featured in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Ebony Magazine, Essence Magazine, and others.
Dr. Chapman is a licensed therapist in private practice in Washington, D.C. and has authored several best-selling relationship books including:
|Seven Attitude Adjustments for Finding a Loving Man
||Getting Good Loving: How Black Men and Woman Can Make Relationships Work
||Mansharing: Choice or Dilemma? A Radical New Way of Relating to the Men in Your Life
Do You Think You Are Relating with False Hope? Take the following Study Quiz to determine whether you are your own worse enemy when it comes to love. If you answer yes to 5 out of the 8 questions seek therapy. Please feel free to contact Audrey Chapman at 202-756-5042 and/or visit my website at [read more]
LOVE LESSONS 101 Often partners are searching for ways to keep love alive, enriched, and spiritually strong. Using the various suggestions that follow will confirm your love and keep it good and strong.
Begin by thinking about ways that you take care and love yourself. This will reduce the internal pressure of always feeling [read more]
You need to get yourself together so that you can be in a healthy relationship with others. This requires working on your own issues such as your fears, vulnerabilities, and past hurts. Getting involved with other people to make you feel good won’t resolve your issues. This is often referred to as “entitlement syndrome”. This [read more]
There are many reasons a person may have an affair in a marriage. They can have low self-esteem, sexual addiction, deep emotional deprivation, or just a plain sense of entitlement. Whatever the reason for the affair, the impact is degrading and traumatic. No one gets married expecting to suffer from such emotional betrayal. So, when [read more]