Compassionate Relationships

In Compassionate Relationships we will explore presumptions about marriages and why they fail. Our seven principles stem from research of processes in married couples and successful interventions.

More importantly, the goal is to provide solid interventions to facilitate new ways of see and behaving that meet both capacity to understand how they got to the current stage of their relationship; to nurture consideration, kindness and admiration; look to each other to solve problems; shared influence; work and solve solvable problems; work through tough times and share meaning and purpose.

Who Should attend Compassionate Relationships?

Married people, those considering marriage, those who want to strengthen their relationships, those who feel their relationship could use a tune up. The aforementioned with children of any age, developmental psychology students, psychologists, social workers, family practice MDs, counselors, school psychologists, grandparents, concerned teachers, human resources professionals volunteers, and those preparing for the above.

A wise and easy tool to implement with parents across K-12 school districts to impact a variety of core needs: healthy parent and student behavior and coping, impacting overall accreditation and outcome metrics.

Excellent for undergraduate behavioral classes and graduate/undergraduate courses.

Why choose the Compassionate Relationships training program?

You should choose this program if you are interested in having better, more understanding and compassionate relationships with your current and future significant others.

Compassionate Relationships offers a unique approach to education that strips boring and non-relevant materials from your learning environment, and putting the most important person in charge, reflecting critical experiences and identity, YOU! A wholly reimagined online developmental experience designed to measurably transform frontline your parenting approach, celebrating the effort, love and struggles with a peer partner, trained as you will be in empathic, active listening.

This program brings together cutting edge research content and applications driven by Stanford affiliated psychologists on an intuitive online learning platform.

  • Length:

    18-hour virtual leadership training experience delivered over 8 weeks in a dyadic, peer to peer based course, guided by expert leadership content and guidance.

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What Do Participants Learn?

Participants learn how to create an intimate and rich detailed love map which is a term for that part of your brain where you store all the relevant information about your partner’s life.


Session One

Enhance your love maps


Session Two

Nurture your fondness and Admiration


Session Three

Turn Toward Each Other


Session Four

Let your Partner Influence you


Session Five

Solve Solvable Problems


Session Six

Overcome Gridlock


Session Seven

Create shared meaning

Psychometric Outcomes

Significantly Higher Levels of:

  • Leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Service Orientation
  • Compassion for Self
  • Compassion for others
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social Dominan Orientation

Significantly Lower Levels of:

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