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Strengthening Your Bond: Couples Workshop

As a couple, you may feel that you have been through it all, from the honeymoon phase to the ups and downs of everyday life. But what if you could rekindle the spark and deepen your connection with your partner?


This is where a couples workshop comes in.

A couples workshop is a structured program designed to help couples work on their relationship, improve communication, and build a stronger bond. This is not a therapy services or a substitute for couples therapy.


These workshops are led by trained licensed professionals, who provide tools, techniques, and insights to help couples improve their relationship.

Our workshop also utilizes Gottman method and skills building exercises that were developed by Dr. John and Julie Gottman. It is based on over 40 years of research and clinical practice, and it focuses on improving communication, increasing intimacy, and resolving conflicts in relationships.

Here are some of the benefits of attending a couples workshop:


Improved Communication

One of the key benefits of attending a couples workshop is that it can help improve your communication skills. By learning new techniques and strategies, you can better understand each other's perspectives and work towards resolving conflicts in a more constructive manner.


Increased Understanding

Couples workshops are also a great opportunity for partners to gain a deeper understanding of each other's needs, wants, and desires. This can help to eliminate misunderstandings and promote a more harmonious relationship.

Rekindled Spark

Attending a couples workshop can also help rekindle the spark in your relationship. By learning new ways to connect and build intimacy, you can rediscover the love and passion that brought you together in the first place.

Better Problem-Solving Skills

Another benefit of attending a couples workshop is that it can help you develop better problem-solving skills. By learning how to work through conflicts and communicate effectively, you can avoid the destructive patterns that can harm your relationship.

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Gottman couples workshop will focus on improving the communication and connection between partners. Here are some common interventions used in this type of therapy:

1. The Sound Relationship House: The Sound Relationship House is a framework developed by John Gottman that provides a map of the components of healthy relationships. The therapist will work with the couple to build a solid foundation of trust, friendship, and emotional connection.

2. Love Maps: Love maps are a way to deepen intimacy and connection between partners by increasing their understanding of each other's inner world. In therapy, the couple will be guided through a series of questions designed to increase their knowledge of each other's preferences, hopes, and dreams.

3. Conflict Management: Gottman couples therapy teaches couples how to manage conflicts effectively by emphasizing the importance of active listening, avoiding criticism and defensiveness, and taking responsibility for one's own contribution to the problem.

4. Emotion Coaching: Emotion coaching involves teaching partners how to recognize and manage their own emotions and those of their partner. This skill can help partners to respond to each other with empathy and understanding, even in the midst of conflict.

5. Rituals of Connection: Rituals of connection are regular activities that partners engage in to build connection and intimacy. These can be small, everyday actions like sharing a cup of tea or a walk around the block, or larger, planned activities like a weekly date night.



Don't wait to start your journey towards a healthier, more satisfying relationship. Contact us today and take the first step towards a brighter future together.

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