San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
If the eyes are the window to your soul, then words are the door to your heart.(c)
When we share our thoughts with loved ones it can be the most stressful or the most comforting and soothing experience. Being vulnerable is risky, regardless to gender. Couples, partners, and close friends will refresh and strengthen their communication in a caring, dedicated environment as they practice communication skills based upon 40 years of research that have been shown to help relationships work through mental illness, addiction, and infidelity. Many couples on the brink of divorce find their way back or learn how to separate amicably. To learn more about the workshop visit www.communicatingcouples.com.
Couples receive maximimum coaching benefit by choose the skill(s) of their liking to practice during the hour. Whether starting from the beginning or practicing one particular skill, your life will become enriched. Learning and practicing the communication skills with children will help likely increase their emotional intelligence and ability to express themselves in a pro-social manner.
Therapists and counselors who send clients to this workshop will very likely experience more effective sessions as a result of clients learning how to cut beneath judgments, assumptions, and projection as a result of clients learning to speak from their own perspective and practice showing understanding to their partner.
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David Clark, MA
David's passion for teaching, coaching, and tutoring come alive when he works with couples. His study of interpersonal relationships in the family and workplace as well as his versed professional and personal background enable him to connect with a wide variety of participants. He is a veteran of the US Navy, and has traveled 5 of 7 continents. He studied American Culture in the American Workplace while an undergraduate at University of California, Berkeley and earned a Master's degree in Marital and Family Therapy at California School of Professional Psychology,Alliant International University, Sacramento.