Date: Apr 26, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Learn the 12 components that will set you up for a successful relationship!
Achieve your goals as a couple by building on your current strengths and learning new skills.
The PREP approach is a scientifically-based and empirically-tested method of teaching relationship education. It is based on over 30 years of research in the field of relationship health, with much of the research conducted at the University of Denver, and sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. This means that PREP's trainings and workshops are delivered with a seal of integrity that can be trusted.
Using techniques of cognitive-behavioral marital therapy and communication-oriented marital enhancement programs, PREP aims to help couples maintain high levels of functioning and prevent marital problems from developing. Topics covered include:
- conflict management
- emotional supportiveness
- among others
Specfic topics for classes are:
- 29 March - 3 Keys to Success & Personality
- 26 April - Danger Signs/time Out & Anger/Stress
- 31 May - Speaker/Listener & Events/Issues
- 28 June -Fun/Friendship & Commitment
- 26 July- Expectations & Problem Solving
- 30 Aug - Love Styles & Road Mapping
The Family Advocacy Program promotes individual, couple, and family wellness by offering a comprehensive program that includes awareness, education and support to prevent family violence.
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