She mentions one client, a divorced investment banker in her late 40s who is “beautiful, successful, and single.” She’s got a high-pressure job and two kids on the Upper East Side in New York City — and no time for dating.
“Most of my clients have these enormously successful careers and they’ve got families,” she said.
The New York City matchmaker, a 42-year-old married mother of two, curates her clients’ profiles, even crafting messages to set up dates.The idea of working as an online dating coach came to her after setting up several of her friends who ultimately got married in the late 1990s.She has never personally used a dating app, but said her training makes her equipped to help modern singles.With a master’s degree in social work from New York University and five years of experience in individual psychotherapy treating patients with depression and anxiety, Golden saw an opportunity to take on a more light-hearted trade.“All those skills transferred over to this work I’m doing now,” she said.
Golden juggles a maximum of 12 clients at a time, charging them 0 for the first month of coaching, 0 for the second, and 0 for each additional month.
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