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Science-based Strategies for Happy, Healthy Relationships

May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Free

Description:

This 1.5 hour workshop will share research and strategies for strengthening love and connection based on the pioneering work of renowned psychologists Dr. Sue Johnson (founder of Emotion Focused Therapy) and Drs. Julie and John Gottman (founders of the Gottman Method of couples therapy). These methods are the gold standard for empirically validated couples therapy. The workshop will include information about:

the Sound Relationship House
effectively handling conflict
navigating sexual desire
maintaining relationship satisfaction after having kids
addressing ambivalence and divorce in collaborative ways
gaining clarity in your relationships. Description:
This 1.5 hour workshop will share research and strategies for strengthening love and connection based on the pioneering work of renowned psychologists Dr. Sue Johnson (founder of Emotion Focused Therapy) and Drs. Julie and John Gottman (founders of the Gottman Method of couples therapy). These methods are the gold standard for empirically validated couples therapy. The workshop will include information about:

– the Sound Relationship House
– effectively handling conflict
– navigating sexual desire
– maintaining relationship satisfaction after having kids
– addressing ambivalence and divorce in collaborative ways
– gaining clarity in your relationships.

About Your Facilitator:

About Cinnamon Counselling: Cinnamon Counselling, founded by Aleesa Sutton, offers couples & individual counselling. Aleesa is a Registered Clinical Counsellor trained in Emotion Focused Therapy and the Gottman Method of couples therapy. She helps couples learn better communication skills, work through past issues and enhance their intimate lives. Aleesa’s philosophy is that all emotions and feelings are ok; it’s the way people respond to their emotions that can be problematic. In counselling, one can learn how to do this well. Aleesa is also an associate therapist at the West Coast Centre for Sex Therapy in Vancouver and at East Vancouver Counselling Collective.