SPECIALTIES

Communication Problems

Years in Practice

6 Years

where

New York NY 10003 - United States

Credentials

BS, MA, Non-Profit, Other

Additional Expertise

Image Consultant, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Speaker/Presenter, YourTango Expert Partner

I Practice in

Multiple states/provinces, please inquire

I AM FLUENT IN

English

I Believe

"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson 

About Samantha Karlin

Samantha Karlin is the CEO of New York Dating Consultants. She is a critically acclaimed dating coach and image consultant, having worked with numerous clients on increasing self-esteem and gaining perspective on their love lives. Most recently, Samantha starred in the webseries, "Love Coach," chronicling a client's journey through coaching. Ms. Karlin is a nationally syndicated dating columnist, having been published in Forbes, Fox Business, and Yahoo News, among others. Samantha has studied at Yale University and Tufts University. She also speaks across the country, having last appeared at Brown University speaking about the evolution of LGBT online dating at the annual IvyQ conference. Samantha also consults online dating startups on product development, marketing, and user acquisition. She recently helmed the marketing wheel at Acquaintable.com, which was just acquired. Samantha will be starting her masters in International Relations at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy this January, specializing in gender issues. 

Samantha Karlin Success Stories

I would never have asked if it wasn't for you!!

Men seeking a relationship

Hey Samantha! more

Thought I'd share with you a success of yours (and mine!). You might remember me telling you a story where I asked a girl to get drinks sometime and her giving me a run around by asking for a business card, then when she pulled out her phone, she didn't exchange numbers, but just friended me on facebook.

 

Turns out she had gone on a date with someone else from our social circle and didn't think mixing with another one of us was a good idea. You however, thought the fact that she actually friended me was a good sign. Anway, about a month later I got an FB message that, summed up, was her hinting at meeting up at some point. We've now been dating for almost 3 months, and even put the BF/GF label on it, which if you remember, isn't something I typically do.

So, just wanted to say thanks. Since if not for you, I would never have had the balls to ask  her for a date in the first place.

 

Mike- 26, New York, NY

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