Saturday, February 04, 2012

For Counselors and Leaders: Couple Communication Skills Program Instructor Training Workshop

Antioch University Seattle Center for Continuing Education Presents:
Couple Communication Program Skills Instructor Training Workshop,
Friday, March 8th, 6-9 PM & Saturday, March 9th, 9 AM - 4 PM  2013
- 9 CEU's

It can be every couple’s desire to achieve a gratifying and intimate connection
with their partner. When encountering the different stages and events of life,
trying to decide on mutual goals and being equipped to work effectively
together towards realizing those goals can often present intimidating
challenges. At the same time, recent research shows that stable marriages
increase measurable success in emotional and physical health, sexual intimacy,
career, financial matters, children’s happiness and personal fulfillment.

What is Unique about the Couple Communication Skills Training Program?
  • Over 600,000 couples nationally and internationally have participated in Couple
    Communication since its beginning at the University of Minnesota Family
    Study Center
  • More than 70 independent studies, many at major universities throughout the United States, document the effectiveness of the program in helping partners learn skills
    and increase relationship satisfaction
  • Awards affirming the program have been received from the Association of Couples
    for Marriage Enrichment, the American Association for Marriage and Family
    Therapy, and the National Council on Family Relations
  • Offers the best integrated set of communication concepts and specific skills
This Workshop is designed to equip you to:
  • Help couples and individuals gain confidence in their ability to effectively
    communicate together
  • Provide faster, better resolutions to conflict
  • Assist couples reduce reactivity, disagreements and tension
  • Empower couples towards their desired goals for intimacy
  • Fulfill a key prerequisite for becoming a Couple Communication Program Certified
  • Presentation, instruction and modeling of the tools by the facilitator
  • Structured approach to empower you to train couples and individuals in the skill competencies
  • Orientation to various training formats + comprehensive instructor syllabus
  • Question/Answer and Group Discussion
Presenter/Trainer: Rob Baker, M.A., LMFT, LMHC, CSAT (S)

Tuition: $200.00 general public, $185.00 Antioch faculty, staff
Materials fee for all participants: $95.00

Register online: or call: Center for Continuing Education @ 206-268-4111

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