Unlock the Potential for Happiness in your Marriage
Are hurt feelings and anger creeping into your marriage? Have your conversations turned more frequently into arguments? Are you drifting apart? If so, the time to act is now, before things get worse (and they will).
Now there is a short eight week course available to help you and your spouse make your marriage better. Not marriage counseling, the Stanford Marriage Enrichment Program ® is specifically designed to address and correct the difficulties married couples almost universally experience but don’t always resolve. While most marriage-related programs focus on teaching listening skills, this program goes far beyond that, teaching proven and helpful techniques to not only improve communication but to recapture the warmth and happiness that brought you together in the first place!
The Stanford Marriage Enrichment Program ® is designed and conducted by Bill Colagrande, a successful Master’s level psychotherapist with over thirty years of experience. In it, you will use easy to complete questionnaires to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses in your relationship, learn new skills and acquire the tools necessary to restore the joy, mutual admiration and closeness back into your marriage. Consisting of eight ninety-minute lessons offered in-person or on-line via Skype, the course includes outside readings, experiential exercises and homework assignments. The exercises are interesting, occasionally challenging, easy to complete and will provide a wealth of information with which you can build and strengthen your marriage.
Why struggle unnecessarily when effective and affordable help is only a phone call away?
The cost for the course is only $849 per couple, far less than you would be expected to pay for conventional marriage counseling. This includes twelve hours of instruction plus all worksheets and materials.
If you and your spouse are committed to being together, then why not make your marriage the best it can be!
Contact the Institute for Human Development today to register or request additional information.