Cherish Your Connection: Couples Workshop - 04/18/2009

  • Presented By: The Relationship Center of Jacksonville
  • Speaker / Facilitator: Virginia Boney, Ph.D., LMFT
  • Topic Area: Marriage Enrichment

  • Start Date: 04/18/2009
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Daily Schedule: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
  • Registration Deadline: Apr 10 2009 12:00AM

  • Location: UNF University Center, Room 2003 Jacksonville, Florida, 32224
  • Fee Info: Workshop Fee (includes lunch): $250/couple ($25 workshop discount for couples registering by 3/18/09) *Parcipants can receive certification for $32.50 discount on their marriage license.
  • Open To: Mental Health Professionals, Couples

  • Contact Information: For more information or to register, please visit our website, email or call (904) 23603963.

Looking for better ways to communicate?

Asking how to keep romance alive after the wedding?

Tired of having the same fights over and over without any progress?

Wondering how to protect your connection after having a baby?


If any of these are true for you, this workshop is for you!


Unfortunately, most couples today spend a lot more time and money planning for a wedding or decorating the baby nursery than learning the skills to protect their conneciton with each other.  While wedding vows include the promise to "cherish" one another, few couples have the skills identified by researchers that keep romance alive after the honeymoon or having a baby.


Are We At Risk for Divorce?


One in every two first marriages ends in divorce today, and the risk of divorce is even higher if either spouse has been married before.  Half of divorces occur after 5-7 years of marriage, usually after the transition to parenthood.  Sadly, 70% of couples report a statistically significant drop in marital satisfaction after the birth of their first child.


Learn Research Supported Skills to:

Improve Communication

Manage Your Differences

Keep Your Romance Alive


Who will benefit from this workshop?

Couples Contemplating Marriage

Engaged or married couples wanting to keep their romance alive

Couples who are considering having a child or are expecting one

Couples whose relationships feel distant or distressed