"Rekindling passion and intimacy in your relationship"
Gottman - Art and Science of Love
Couples Weekend Workshop - A Time for Couples to: Re-Connect and Re-discover Love and Passion in Your Relationship
June 6-7, 2020 Maryland Venue - The Fair Field Inn- BWI
Join Kathleen M. Horrigan LCPC and Tim Donovan LCSW-C in Maryland Registration- Next Workshop June 2020
June 6-7 is the perfect time to visit Baltimore, MD. Come and sight see the world famous Baltimore National Aquarium, Babe Ruth Museum, or just stroll through the downtown Inner Harbor to find lots of Restaurants and Live music venues. Washington DC is a short train or car ride away and a beautiful time to visit Museums and Monuments. For more information or question contact Kathleen at [email protected] or email Tim at [email protected]
Shuttle service provided free of charge from the airport to the Hotel Venue. Discounted hotel rooms and discounts for Therapists and Military. For more information or to Sign-up for this date contact Kathleen at [email protected] Only 15 couples's seats available
All Gottman Art and Science of Love Workshops include the following:
Based on over 40 years of research with thousands of couples, The Art and Science of Love workshop will give you new insights and research-based skills that can dramatically improve the intimacy and friendship in your relationship and help you manage conflict in a healthy, positive way. Along with the memory of re-connecting and the knowledge that “we can do this,” you will take home a box set of cards, tools, and tips to support your relationship in your everyday lives.
The Art and Science of Love
Weekend Workshop for Couples
2 days filled with engaging presentations and experiential activities designed to confirm, strengthen, or restore your love
For couples of every age, ability, and sexual orientation
Shown to achieve results similar to those of 6 months of marital therapy
Has produced positive results for 94% of those who attended
Private couple's conversations, NO group sharing
The Workshop Program
In a word: Science! The Gottman curriculum is developed from 40 years of research with more than 3,000 couples. It’s grounded on what actually works in relationships that are happy and stable, not idealistic notions or anecdotal evidence of what marriage ought to be.