7 Principles Retreat
Providing practical skills in a format that can help couples strengthen their relationships.
- 500 US dollars$500
The Gottman Seven Principles Workshop is based the New York Times Bestseller, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. This workshop has been developed using ground-breaking research by Dr. John Gottman and Nan Silver on what makes relationships really work. Over 40 years of research and 3000 real life couples’ experiences have been compiled to create a program for couples who are wanting to strengthen their relationship and learn real-life skills for creating a relationship that lasts. This workshop is perfect for couples who want more from their relationship. Price is per couple and all supplies are included. During this training, you and your partner will learn what makes and breaks a healthy relationship. The two of you will engage in private and concrete exercises to help strengthen your relationship and grow your bond long after this workshop is over. Couples will be in the comfort of their own home and will not be asked to share personal information with others in the class. Exercises are designed to: *Improve friendship, fondness, and admiration *Enhance romance and intimacy *Manage conflict constructively *Gain skills to address perpetual and solvable issues *Create shared meaning *Maintain gains throughout a lifetime Appropriate couples are: *Couples in a committed relationship *Engaged couples *Everyone form newlyweds to seniors *Those who wish to enhance a good marriage *Those needing better conflict management skills *Those who want an emotionally intelligent marriage *Those going through transitions from adding children, empty nest, caring for parents, etc. This workshop is not appropriate for: *Severe relational distress *Emotional abuse *Domestic violence *Active addictions *Serious mental health problems If you find yourself needing more support, please reach out for a referral to help with these common situations.
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