4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Enrich Your Marriage Workshop
4 week workshop: 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4
4 - 6pm with free childcare
Cost per couple: $200
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“Love doesn’t just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new. —Ursula K. Le Guin”
Ever wonder why you feel connected in your marriage one day and not so connected the next?
Still love your spouse but some days yearn to feel closer?
Curious about what is really happening when you find yourself in conflict with your partner?
Want to find more positive ways to communicate with your partner?
Come to the Enrich Your Marriage program to learn more about:
What it means to be in a healthy marriage.
How to create the “couple bubble” that allows for meaningful connection, sense of trust and a secure relationship.
Understand what’s behind your cycle of conflict and discover new ways of handling conflict
Deepen your understanding of your partner
Develop more compassion for yourself and your partner
This four week course will be both educational and experiential. You will be offered materials and resources on the topics as well as time to practice the skills during the sessions with your partner. There will be additional resources to utilize between the sessions that build on what you have learned.
It is strongly recommended that you and your partner commit to all four sessions as each builds on the previous one.
Take this time to strengthen the relationship with your partner.
Unless you love someone, nothing else makes any sense. —e. e. cummings”
“We, too, live in the shelter of each other.” Celtic Saying
Debra Dalby, LCSW, RYT has been in the mental health field for over 20 years. Currently, Ms. Dalby provides treatment to individuals and couples in addressing relationship issues, anxiety, depression and PTSD. Ms. Dalby's trainings include Pat Ogden’s level one Sensory Motor Psychotherapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Life Force Yoga Level One Training for Mood Management, Yoga Teacher Training along with many others. Ms. Dalby incorporates an integrated model using body, emotions, mind and spirit to help her clients better understand their procedurally learned behaviors from early life developmental, attachment or trauma injuries. Through Mindfulness, Ms. Dalby helps her clients develop skills in managing their shifting mental states and gain competency, clarity, curiosity and compassion for themselves.
Crossroads UMC is closed the evening of Thursday, November 15
due to inclement weather.
All Activities at Crossroads UMC are cancelled tonight.