Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

Saturdays, November 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2019; 1:30 to 5 p.m.

The Seven Principles Workshop for Couples is 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 is designed to help couples improve their friendship, enhance romance and intimacy, and manage conflict constructively.

LEADER:  Julie Harder, who has completed training by the Gottman Institute to become a Gottman Leader, will present the workshop.

FORMAT:  This structured program, designed by the Gottman Institute, includes short lectures alternating with private couple exercises (no public sharing of issues).

BENEFITS:  Provides structure, motivation, and accountability to truly enhance your relationship, using evidence-based tools gleaned from Dr. Gottman’s forty years of research.

LOCATION:  Union Church, 716 S. Madison St., Green Bay WI

COST:  $120 per couple includes books, presenter, and light snacks ($100 for Union Church members; $15 Early Bird Discount; scholarships available by contacting Pastor Flad Daniels at the church office)

DATES & TIMES:  Saturdays, November 2, 9, 16 & 23; 1:30 to 5 p.m.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DEADLINE:  Registration forms and payment must be received by Wed, Oct 16 (necessary to order materials); Early Bird deadline Wed, Oct 2.

TO REGISTER:  Fill out a registration form and return it with payment (cash, check, or charge) to the Union Office by the deadline noted above.

On-line or phone registrations are not available so please submit a hard copy; downloadable forms are here.  If you do not have internet access, contact Union’s office at 920-437-9266 and we can mail a form to you.  For Union members, forms are also available on the “Union Central” table.

Space is limited; registration will close when the workshop fills.

THIS WORKSHOP IS APPROPRIATE FOR HETERO-SEXUAL AND GAY/LESBIAN COUPLES WHO ARE:

  • Contemplating engagement
  • Pre-marital
  • From newlyweds to decades-long marrieds
  • In other long-term committed relationships

 

IT IS INAPPROPRIATE FOR:

  • Couples in severe relationship distress
  • Significant emotional or physical abuse
  • Mental health problems
  • Relationships where one or both partners are addicted to drugs, alcohol, or other compulsive behavior

 

QUESTIONS?  Contact Julie Harder at timandjulieh@gmail.com or 920-465-0752.

 

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