Training & Education

Seven Principles Program

Dates:
Run 1: 15 & 22 Jun 2019 (Saturdays, 9am - 12.30pm, Registration starts at 8.45am)

Run 2: 21 & 28 Sep 2019 (Saturdays, 9am - 12.30pm, Registration starts at 8.45am)

REGISTRATION CLOSES ON:
Run 1: Friday, 31 May 2019 @ 6pm
Run 2: Friday, 6 September 2019 @ 6pm
Venue:
EMCC Training Room
177 River Valley Road
#05-19 (Level M5) Liang Court
Singapore 179030
  • Details
  • Fees

A Workshop for Couples

This workshop is for couples who seek to deepen their relationship with their spouses. Whether you have a stable or distressed relationship, this workshop can help you better understand your relationship and teach you ways to foster friendship, trust and intimacy with your partner. It will also teach you ways to navigate or prevent relational conflicts.

The workshop Programme

The workshop curriculum is based on 40 years of breakthrough research that Dr John Gottman conducted with thousands of couples in the University of Washington, Seattle. Dr John Gottman is world-renowned for his work on marital stability and divorce prediction. One of his most notable experiments is called the Love Lab, where he analysed the way couples create and maintain friendship and intimacy, and how this relates to conflict.

Love Lab

The first step toward improving or enhancing your marriage is to understand what happens when relationships fail. This has been well documented by Dr. John Gottman’s extensive research into couples that were not able to save their marriages. Learning about the failures can prevent your relationship from making the same mistakes – or rescue it if it already has.


In this Workshop, Couples will Learn to:

  1. Develop and deepen their Love Maps (know each other better).
  2. Foster fondness and admiration for each other.
  3. Facilitate turning towards each other to build up each other’s “Emotional Bank Account”.
  4. Accept each other’s influence.
  5. Manage conflicts by solving the solvable problems.
  6. Manage conflicts by overcoming unresolvable gridlock.
  7. Create shared meaning as husband and wife.

Upcoming public runs

Each workshop will be conducted over two Saturdays.

NEW!

  • Run 1: Saturdays, 15 & 22 June 2019 (9am – 12.30pm) – REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Run 2: Saturdays, 21 & 28 September 2019 (9am – 12.30pm)

The workshop will be from 9 am – 12.30pm.

Register here.

Registration closes on:

  • Run 1: Friday, 31 May 2019 @ 6pm
  • Run 2: Friday, 6 September 2019 @ 6pm

Chartered Runs

If you would like us to conduct a workshop for your organisation, contact us at

training@emcc.org.sg

We will work with you to tailor a workshop programme suited to your organisation’s needs.

Feedback from Participants

“I like how the course is scientific and research driven and not religious, really gave us many wonderful takeaways and self-realisations on things to work on. There are couples who are married for 20 over years at the course too so its heartening to know that we can learn from them, continuously working on our marriage for a long time to come (: Do check it out.” Lyyeow 14 Jan 2017

Public Runs

This programme spans across 2 Saturdays. Each session is 3.5 hours long.

SGD288 nett per couple.

This includes workshop fee, workshop materials and 1 tea break per session.

Refund Policy

1. In the event that the workshop you have registered for is unable to take place, your registration will be carried over to the next earliest run. You may request for a refund of the workshop fee if you are unable to attend.

2. No refund will be made if you withdraw yourself from the workshop within one month before the date of the workshop.

 

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