Handling Difficult Conversations
A step-by-step guide on how to communicate during difficult conversations so you both feel heard and understood
In this course, you will learn how to have difficult conversations that every couple is faced with and will learn what to do and what to say, so you both feel heard and understood. A common struggle among couples is understanding the dance between feeling heard and knowing that your partner "gets you" during these difficult conversation.
Whether the conversation is about money, children, sex, family, or dealing with another important transition in your life, knowing this skill will help you both to feel close, connected, and build a deeper sense of trust, while still getting to the bottom of a discussion.
Many couples go years of feeling unheard or left out of decisions because they do not know these skills. Take control of your relationship and learn the skills that will support years of closeness and intimacy.
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Will this class replace therapy?
- This class is aimed at teaching relationship skills and while the skills taught in the class are similar to those in therapy sessions, this class is not a substitute for therapy and therapy will not be provided during the class.
- If you find yourself needing more time to master a particular skill (i.e. communication skills, conflict management) you may schedule an online therapy session with Priscilla or another clinician at Modern Wellness Counseling. Therapy sessions only applies to Texas residents.
I have been studying relationships since 2010 in many different capacities. From research labs and dissecting couple conversations, to teaching relationship workshops in the community, analyzing data and writing research papers, to now working with couples more directly in a private practice setting and online. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with couples, I understand the importance of setting your relationship up for success and giving your relationship a boost!
I often hear that taking the time to learn about your relationship means "there is something wrong with it" or "that your relationship is bad." But I'm here to say that taking the time to learn about your relationship only means that you care about it, are making it a priority, and want to ensure that you know the skills to maintain the happiness you are experiencing. By taking the time to learn different skills for your relationship, means you are saying this is important to you.
I hope you enjoy this course and please feel free to ask me any questions!
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Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have at [email protected] or call at 210-706-0392.