7 Principles For Making Marriage Work
Dates: February 24th & 25th, 2017
Time: 3pm-9pm both days
Location: ECF Event Center – 127 10th St South, #600 Kirkland, WA 98033
Registration is Now Open
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Designed to help couples who want great marriages! John Gottmans’s 30+ years of research and practical application has proven success helping couples manage relational stress and helping them avoid the most damaging behaviors. You will gain tools to foster fondness and admiration and learn how to have conversations that accomplish what you really want.
Register today and mark your calendar for February 24th and 25th from 3-9pm.
ONE TICKET includes all fees, the book The Seven Priciples For Making Marriage Work, two workbooks and two evenings of fun, inter-active learning for you and your partner.
Registration Ends Feb. 14th. Register Soon!
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES WORKSHOP?
Couples that are contemplating engagement.
Couples who are engaged.
Couples in committed, long term relationships, 1-50 yrs.
Couples that want to enhance their relationship.
Couples who are struggling.
You will learn:
- How Gottman can predict divorce with 91% accuracy and avoid the pitfalls he observes.
- What to do with your perpetual problems.
- How to solve your solvable problems.
- Ways to overcome gridlock.
- Skills to know and understand your partner better.
- Why nurturing fondess and admiration is vitally important and how it’s possible to rekindle.
- Appropriate responses to your partner’s bids for connection.
- Why giving value to your partner’s thoughts and ideas is beneficial for YOU.
- How you can support each others dreams.
- To create shared meaning and create a relational legacy worth passing down
- One on one time with your partner.
- Time to try out our research based tools.
- To laugh and have fun while learning.
- Teaching based on Gottman’s research.
- The opportunity to enhance your relationship satisfaction.
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOT SUITABLE FOR:
- Relationships dealing with domestic violence.
- Addicts who are not in recovery.
- Those with untreated mental health problems, including extreme anger.
- Couples dealing with severe verbal or emotional abuse.
- Severely distressed marriages, unless both partners are ready to start a new chapter in their lives.
- This workshop can be a good starting point prior to therapy.
Gottman’s tools and strategies work because they are not based on opinions or their own experiences but on decades of scientific research. Dr. John and Julie Gottman are world-renowned relationship therapists who founded the Gottman Institute, right here in Seattle.