FREE Training Series: "Three Things Every Couple Needs to Know..."

About conflict, resolution, and restoring harmony in your relationship.

Based on my 10+ years of experience as a couples counselor, I have created a 3-part video training about critical things every couple needs to know! Learn how to handle conflicts, differences of opinion, and arguments the right way.

For a limited time only, this training is absolutely FREE!

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A message from the instructor:

Hi, I'm Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Catherine Cirulli, Psy.D. and I'm the instructor for this training series. After 10+ years of experience as a couples counselor, I've helped many couples improve their relationships and even save their marriages. Let me share some tips with you too!

Research shows that happy couples who stay together are doing certain things right. In this video series, I take the guesswork out of it and give you the information with no-fluff. Like all of my courses, each training video is concise and to the point.

In this training you will learn strategies that really work to resolve conflict and establish a stronger foundation of love and respect.


Lesson 1: What NOT to do when arguing.

Are you and your partner fighting fair or are things getting worse every time you argue? Don't let another disagreement end with wounds and resentment. The first video in the series will address how to argue fairly.

Lesson 2: Taking a break from the conflict.

Sometimes you need a break during conflict to gather your thoughts or calm down. If things get heated and you just need a few minutes alone, you might need a short break. There's a right way and a wrong way to get this space. (In my experience, most people are doing this wrong). This video will explain the right way to do it.

Lesson 3: Stop having the same argument over and over.

Research shows that couples tend to have the same few arguments over and over throughout their relationship; it doesn't have to be this way! Experience more peace in your relationship by learning to stop having the same argument once and for all. 


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