The Relationship Hub:
Classes focused on learning skills for all. things. relationships.
Do you need something more in your relationships?
> Are you struggling with communication?
>Do you feel unseen and misunderstood?
>Do you need to talk, but your partner is never ready?
>Do you need space, but your partner wants to talk?
>Do you want couples therapy to progress more quickly?
>Are you unsure if you want to go to couples therapy?
>Do you feel overwhelmed by trying to improve your relationship?
>Do you know what is causing a wedge in your relationship?
Do any of these sound like you?
If so, you have come to the right place. MANY, MANY people struggle with how to get their relationship to a good place and keep in there. You've tried reading the books, you've actually gone to counseling, or maybe you're in counseling right now. Maybe you know there are things to work on, but you actually don't know what they are. Maybe there are conflicts that keep happening, and you haven't figured out why you fight all the time. This is where we come in.
Your relationships matter.... Maybe more than almost anything...
The impact of relational health is vital to both mental and physical wellness.
When people aren't relationally well..
>Mental health suffers and relationship problems are often catalysts of depression and anxiety.
>Physical health suffers including nutrition and sleep.
>Families and communities suffer with divorce, financial strains, emotional abuse, and continuing to build cycles of poor relationship skills.
Here are the details...
Cost of individual therapy 1 Hour for around $150-200
Cost of ~2 hour skills class $65...
...And leave with home practices, implementation strategies, useful tactics, and increased understanding for how to improve skills.
2023 Relationship Hub Topics
* Workshops will be held live on Google Meet for 1.5 to 2 hours at 10 am PST.
Because this isn't therapy, but education, join us from any location!
March 9th, 10 am:
What's the biggest challenge many couples will face during their time together? Coparenting! Comes learn a little about the impact of parenting on a couple, review some child development that will help ease the chaos of parenting, and how to build skills together to make this phase one of humor and job instead of stress on your relationship.
Couples often try to give love in a way that is missed or not seen. When effort is given but it doesn't reach a spouse, this causes a lot of hurt, resentment, and upset in a couple. Come learn how to refine the way to reach out to love your person so that they might see that effort and that you might see theirs to feel more connected and more cared about.
Stay tuned for our next class topic!