Bettina’s online dating coaching service helps beginners – men and women – to get into the swing of things plus those struggling unsuccessfully with the dating process to revamp their profiles and increase their chances. It all started when friends turned to her for help writing their profiles. With over forty years as a journalist and her background in clinical psychology, she had no problem working out how to make them stand out from the crowd.
But her coaching is not just for women – men need advice too! Judging from the profiles online many males could really do with some help writing appealing profiles. If you have followed Bettina’s career, you will know that she is very understanding of men and their foibles. Here’s your chance to have someone on your side teaching you how to both attract and handle the fairer sex.
It’s now over three years since Bettina has been working as an online dating coach. Most of her clients now use her services not just to help with their profiles but to guide them through the whole online dating process, provide support and strategies for increasing their success.
To find out more further details how the online dating coaching works, please see the online dating coaching page. If you are interested in this service, and would like a FREE phone call with Bettina to discuss what she can offer, please contact Bettina at email@example.com to set up a phone appointment. You do not need to provide your proper name – just give a first name and phone number, and suitable times for her to call. She’ll email you to arrange a time for a chat. All conversations are totally confidential. You can also seek her advice purely using email, if you prefer.
To give you some feedback on the service Bettina is offering, read these comments from people who have benefited from her coaching. See Bettina speak on the Sociology of online dating at the Sydney Institute.
Recent Dating Articles
Bettina has written a number of recent articles about online dating – including describing her own dating adventures. Here’s a selection:
The Three Month Itch
Over the festive season thousands of Australians will fall in love, often with people they meet online. But plenty of these matches are destined not to last the distance – not because they are holiday romances but simply because most early courtships don’t work out. Many fall victim to the three-month itch. Read full story
Sex and older singles
What happens when an ageing baby boomers finds themselves suddenly single? The answer for many is plenty of action between the sheets. The current generation of seniors is no blushing bunch of old fogies ready to hang up their spurs. This is the baby boomer generation which came of age during the sexual revolution. Read full story.
“Does titanium tremble?” Yes, it was an unusual start to an online dating profile. Read Bettina’s article, high fidelity about the online dating profile that led to Bettina’s retirement from online dating.
Love across the ages
Looking for love online is exploding in popularity across all generations. But the huge numbers mean some people are being swamped with attention while others struggle to be noticed. Read full story
Sex therapist seeking love
I found myself 57 and single, after a 20-year marriage. I certainly wasn’t looking for the love of my life – just some cheerful male company. Internet dating came up with the goods, leading to great friendships and a sizzling romance or two. Read full story
Never mind Sally, Harry hasn’t met anyone
“All the men are broke!” the older divorced women complain, as they nervously protect their nest eggs. Read full story
Right Click for Love
This gentle, cheerful man had been struggling unsuccessfully with online dating for over two years when I first started working with him. One look at his profile and you could see why. That photo – oh dear, talk about a bad, thinning hair day! And as for the half-head of the blond woman standing next to him – that’s a real no, no. Read full story