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Therapy Field Relationships Program

Therapy Field Relationships is a psychological approach to improve the relationships of a person with herself (himself) and others. It allows the student to redefine her role in most of the relationships in her life, take more responsibility, notice opportunities, and to take action to improve those relationships.

Therapy Field Relationships is 7 days of training to concentrate on one subject each day. It consists of video material, workbooks, and exercises the student can perform on her (his) own. Will it make your relationships better? The results have been so far excellent. Students who have taken this program have reported that they have achieved a significant improvement in the quality of their life.

Parts of the program

1. Chaos and Order

Easy to follow analyses about men and women in relationships. How people from opposite sexes see each other, how men and women can be classified according to personality traits, and what is important to know when forming relationships.

2. Relationship with yourself

What is important when it comes to yourself before forming any relationships. What personal features are important and which personal transformations increase the probability to enter a happy relationship. How does aging affect the relationship forming potential and what are the practical ways to improve the situation.

3. Forming relationships

Understanding the potential of the possibility of a happy relationship in advance. Avoiding potentially harmful relationships. Practical tools for psychological preparation to approach a potential partner. The role of the physical relationship and avoiding psychological suffering when it comes to having expectations that can not be met.

4. Finding the deeper meaning and true love

What exactly has to be contributed to the relationship by both partners to add deeper meaning to the relationship and find true love. Practical tools to improve the behavioral and emotional side of an ongoing relationship.

5. Improving communication in a relationship

The principal differences of communication strategies of men and women. Effective problem solving and enabling of growth and contribution to both relationship partners.

6. Relationship challenges

Understanding the psychological causes and background of infidelity. Preventing the routes that lead to infidelity. Asking for forgiveness and forgiving. Rebuilding a failed relationship. Realistic predictions to the future of the relationship. 

7. Closure of relationships

Ending relationships with as little psychological suffering as possible. Finding a way back to confidence and mental strength. Practical tools and tips to avoid repeating patterns that have not served you well. in the past.