Richard Borofsky

Richard Borofsky, EdD, is cofounder and codirector, with his wife, Antra Kalnins Borofsky, of the Center for the Study of Relationship in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they provide couples therapy and workshops on the practice of relationship. They have been a couple for 50 years. He has been a clinical psychologist for more than 40 years, is trained in Gestalt therapy, and is a longtime student of Zen. He and Antra are contributing authors to Right Here with You: Bringing Mindful Awareness into Our Relationships; Joyful Wedding; Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy; and On Intimate Ground: A Gestalt Approach to Working with Couples. In 1995, Boston magazine gave them the “Best of Boston” award for their work with couples.

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Resources

  • Marriage as a Path of Compassion

    Most of us enter into relationship in order to find a safe harbor to get away from the storms of the world, says couples therapist Richard Borofsky. Then we discover that the safe harbor sometimes becomes a storm itself.

  • Love's Apprentices

    You are already one of love’s apprentices—whether you know it or not. That's because learning to love and be loved is the principal reason we are all here on this planet, say couples therapists Richard Borofsky and Antra Kalnins Borofsky.