Learn tools to improve your relationship in an experiential way! Keeping the Joy in Relationships is fun, enlightening, and packed with experiential activities designed to help participants improve ALL relationships through an even deeper understanding and embodiment of Positive Discipline Principles. Whether you have been married for 30 years or are looking for a relationship, this workshop provides the tools to establish, strengthen, and rediscover Connection, Passion, and Joy in any relationship. Come alone or with your partner - this workshop is about personal growth and what YOU bring to your relationship.
Who is this workshop for? If you are a person who has relationships, then this is the workshop for YOU! Romantic partners, co-parenting, family, friends, co-workers, clients...Keeping the Joy in Relationships is for anyone that is looking to deepen their connection with others. EVERY relationship can benefit from applying these tools and concepts.
Keeping the Joy in Relationships Weekly Series 6 week virtual workshop to connect with others in a fun, enlightening, judgement-free environment. Filled with experiential activities designed to help you improve all of your relationships through a deeper understanding and embodiment of Positive Discipline principles. Participants in this workshop will learn:
How Positive Discipline (Adlerian) tools can effectively support your relationship.
How to take responsibility without guilt.
How to "be" the right person, instead of wanting your partner to "be" the right person.
What your Lifestyle Priority (Top Card) brings to your relationship.
How the beliefs formed in your early childhood enhance or challenge your relationship.
How to understand and speak your partner's love language.
The Couple's Dialogue Process: Why it is so difficult to really listen, and what to do about it.
How your relationship affects your children.
How to listen beyond the words to what your partner really "means" and "needs".
And many more Positive Discipline tools to bring fun and joy to your relationship.