Tools to making a successful, lasting, and loving relationship
Jennifer Krafchick,Toni Zimmerman,Amy Quinn
Wednesday, January 16th 2013
Intimate relationships are among the most important and meaningful relationships of our lives, but they take work. Many couples do not know what to do in order to improve their relationships. In fact, over 50% of marriages end in divorce, but there are steps that couples can take to reduce their chance of becoming a divorce statistic. Join these award winning faculty members from the Marriage and Family Therapy program at CSU in learning about different techniques and tools that you can immediately apply to your current or future relationships. These are research-based practical skills that will help to improve the quality of your relationship. Research findings from the world renowned relationship expert, Dr. John Gottman, will be presented and resources will be shared to help your relationship. All types of relationships are honored in this presentation.
Goals and Target Audience:
Goals: Based on the research from John Gottman, participants will learn the 7 principles to making relationships work. They will also learn concrete skills that they can use to reduce their risk of divorce or their relationship ending, conflict, and relational dissatisfaction.
Target Audience: Any CSU employee who wants to improve the quality of their current or future marriage or intimate relationships.