Couples in Community: Distance and Closeness in the Time of COVID-19
Strategies and Tools to Work Through Relationship Challenges
Length: Self-guided - expect to commit 6 hours to get full benefit from the course
Format: Video, written information, experiential exercises and self-reflection guided work.
Skill Level: All welcome - no prior knowledge required.
This is a self-guided relationship course for individuals, couples, and practitioners. It consists of video presentations, theory notes, and innerwork and relationship assignments.
Although the course is designed to be entirely self-guided, this is a social learning platform. Participants can choose to interact with others who are taking the class. I will monitor the platform regularly and be available for questions and discussion.
What are the requirements?
Course value $175 - offered at a special price of $125, with a financial equity access option.
Financial equity access - in recognition of global and local financial inequalities, Couples in Community is also offered at a discounted rate of $65 for those disadvantaged by the global or local economic context.
Please pay the rate that best suits your circumstances.
Course value $175 - offered at $125 special price with $65 financial equity access rate.
To register with the financial equity access rate please use the coupon code 838AC4A6
To pay via Paypal:
Please Paypal your course fee of $125 (or $65 financial equity access rate) to firstname.lastname@example.org with memo Couples in Community: Distance and Closeness.
PWI will send you a signup code once we've received your Paypal payment.
What am I going to get from this course?
Relationship Skills and Attitudes that are particularly helpful for couples, friends and family in quarantine, but can be applied in many circumstances.
Who is this course for?
Individuals, Couple, Students, Therapists, Facilitators, Humans struggling with or fascinated by relationships
About the Instructor
Jan Dworkin, PhD, has more than 25 years of international, cross-cultural experience as a couples therapist and leadership coach. She is a co-founder of the Process Work Institute (PWI), a not-for-profit graduate school dedicated to research and training in process-oriented psychology. She served as its academic dean for over a decade and continues to teach training workshops worldwide. Jan coaches leaders and teams across sectors, specializing in conflict facilitation and leadership development in creative industries. She is the author of Make Love Better: How to Own Your Story, Connect with Your Partner and Deepen Your Relationship Practice (Belly Song Press, 2019). Jan has been featured on numerous podcasts and media outlets, discussing her work with couples. Based in Portland, Oregon, she lives with her partner, Jerry, and their Corgi, Mattie.