Learn what it means to be CoupleStrong at our world-renowned weekend workshop for couples created by Chris Cambas, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Gottman Therapist/Trainer, Relationship Expert with our CoupleStrong staff. See for yourself why thousands of couples worldwide have benefited from being CoupleStrong.
- 2 days filled with engaging presentations and experiential activities designed to enhance, strengthen, or restore your bond
- For couples of every age
- Has produced positive results for over 90% of those who attend
CoupleStrong workshops are based on 35,000 hours of face-to-face therapy with thousands of couples. Our workshops will give you new insights and research-based skills that can dramatically improve the intimacy and friendship in your relationship and help you manage conflict in a healthy, positive way
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We are also offering The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work which is based on the bestselling and acclaimed culmination of four decades of research by Dr. John Gottman, presented in an accessible format to anyone who longs for stronger, healthier relationships.
The Seven Principles Workshop for couples is a two-day marriage workshop based on the internationally acclaimed research of Dr. John Gottman as presented in his New York Times bestselling book—The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. This educational workshop has been offered across the US and internationally, and has strengthened the relationships of tens of thousands of couples. It’s specifically designed to help couples improve their friendship and learn powerful communication and conflict management skills.
The workshop includes lectures, demonstrations, videos, and private couples exercises. The activities are fun, insightful and informative. And there is no need to worry about sharing your personal problems in front of others… we don’t do any group sharing at this workshop.
The seminar imparts in practical, applicable ways the findings of Dr. Gottman’s four decades of research on the habits and patterns of couples. His scientific, longitudinal studies at the University of Washington are without peer in their study of over four thousand couples, measuring everything from the way couples talk to each other, to vital signs, to stress hormone levels, to conflict-recovery techniques.