CoupleStrong Webinar Series

On-Demand Re-Broadcast Available July 1st $79 per person/couple (Earn 1.5 CES)

Description:

In this webinar, Chris Cambas, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Gottman Therapist Trainer, Relationship Expert will discuss sexuality and what is considered to be good and healthy sex. Sexuality is certainly a significant part of relationships yet what would be considered “good and satisfying sex” seems to be elusive for many, if not most, couples. Books are written on sexual dysfunction as well as numerous ways to pleasure your partner, but none combine both. In this webinar information on each as well as a pathway to sexually satisfying experiences with your partner from emotional and physical realms will be presented.

What You Will Learn:

  • Social norms, mores, and taboos associated with sexuality and how they may be holding you back.
  • What is ok? when it comes to sex with my partner.
  • The emotional component of sexuality.
  • The physical component of sexuality.
  • Sexual Dysfunction and how to overcome it.
  • Trauma and how it may be impacting your sex life.
  • Sexual boundaries and the need to respect them.
  • Sex-starved marriage failure rates and why.

Statistics:

  • 66% of couples report not being satisfied with their sex lives
  • 54% of married men report dissatisfaction with their sex lives
  • 42% of married women report dissatisfaction with their sex lives
  • Couples, on average, have sex once a week
  • The average duration of a sexual encounter is 3-13 minutes

Our Conclusion:

Sexual satisfaction involves much more than a desire to have sex with your partner. There are emotional and physical components that need to be addressed and one without the other will result in sexual dissatisfaction for couples. 

Couples need to address the following to attain the sexual satisfaction they desire.

  • Know your body and its functions as well as your partners.
  • Couples need to agree on sexual behavior otherwise one will fear sundown.
  • Sexual acts should be tailored to your relationship.
  • The ability to discuss sex is critical ( likes, dislikes, fantasies, and desires) without judgment.
  • The objective is mutual satisfaction. 

On-Demand Re-Broadcast Available June 1st $79 per person/couple (Earn 1.5 CES)

In this webinar, Chris Cambas, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Gottman Therapist & Relationship Expert will reveal the science and emotion behind trust and betrayal as well as provide practical tools needed to reconstruct both after an affair. He will present a model and pathway for confession and emotional attunement necessary for recovery. The impact of an affair on a relationship is nothing short of catastrophic. It is essential to have a clear understanding of the cascade into betrayal as well as a roadmap to healing. 

What You Will Learn:

  • The cascade into betrayal
  • The signs of PTSD after betrayal and how to handle them
  • Confession and its components
  • Emotional attunement and its components
  • Roadmap for clear and effective communication moving forward
  • What healing looks like

Statistics:

  • Over 90% of Americans consider infidelity morally wrong
  • Less than 3% of Americans believe it is not wrong to cheat on their partner
  • Around 40% of Americans cheat on their partner
  • 15% of Americans who grew up in a home without both parents report having an affair
  • Age ranges of 30 and below and 70 and above are less likely to dissolve their relationship after an affair
  • Women in their sixties report the highest probability of cheating on their partner. Meaning in the lifespan of their relationships.
  • Men seventy and above report the highest probability of cheating on their partner. Meaning in the lifespan of their relationships.
  • 22% claim to never have admitted the affair to their partner
  • 24% claim to have admitted the affair to their partner
  • 76% claim to have admitted to their past infidelity to their new partner

Percentage Of Americans Who Report Engaging In Sexual Activities Without Their Partners Consent By Age Bracket

  • 18-29 - 21%
  • 30-34 - 17%
  • 45-64 -19%
  • 65+    - 21%

Reported Reasons For Admitting To An Affair By Gender

  • 47% report that guilt was the reason for admitting their infidelity
  • 39.8% reported not being happy in their relationship as the reason for admitting their infidelity
  • 23% admitted because they were caught by their partner
  • 11% reported they believed they had contracted an STD and transmitted it to their partner as the reason for confession

How Long People Wait Before Admitting Infidelity To Their Partner

  • Within a week 47.7%
  • Within a month 26.6%
  • 6 months or longer 25.7% 

Our Conclusion:

Since affairs are so pervasive, it is essential to know how and why they happen and exactly how to recover when they do. We also believe it is essential to understand how to build a healthy and strong relationship in order to prevent an affair and its catastrophic effects..

Trust is Better than Chocolate

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In case you missed it! Pre-recorded on-demand available April 1st. Original Air Date - February 11th, 2022 - Earn 1.5 CES

Learn research-based tools for building and maintaining TRUST. 

You can restore your relationship from the comfort of home. In an exclusive, date-night webinar, you’ll learn how couples build trust with emotional attunement.

This webinar is presented by Chris Cambas LMFT and Certified Gottman Therapist along with our CoupleStrong staff. This 90-minute webinar consists of lectures, videos, and Q&A.

The intimate setting of a webinar enables couples to receive personalized attention from our staff while enhancing and restoring their relationship.

During the webinar, you will learn skills to:

  • Enhance intimacy
  • Create shared meaning
  • Strengthen your friendship
  • Deepen your understanding of one another
  • Transform perpetual problems into dialogues
  • How couples build trust through emotional attunement

Chris and our CoupleStrong staff welcome you to join them for a truly transformative experience. You can combine the webinar with one on one follow-up both in person and via telehealth.

Register today, attendance is limited.

 

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