Compassionate Couples Series

  • 03 Jan 2017
  • 6:30 PM (EST)
  • 17 Jan 2017
  • 8:00 PM (EST)
  • Compassion Education Center Classroom

Registration

  • Register for all three classes, learn more, and save! $60 per couple. Please include the names of both of you in your registration.
  • This is the January 17th "Compassionate Couples" class, and is just $25 per couple. Please include the names of both couples in your reservation!
  • This is the January 10th "Compassionate Couples" class, and is just $25 per couple. Please include the names of both couples in your reservation!
  • This is the January 3rd "Compassionate Couples" class, and is just $25 per couple. Please include the names of both couples in your reservation!

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Pamela Cotton, PhD

Three different classes on three Tuesdays in the New Year:  January 3, 10 and 17, 2017

6:30 - 8:00 pm

This is just for the two of you to start your new year well!  Explore concrete, well-proven ways to improve your primary relationship, build relationship skills and improve daily interactions.  All types of couples are welcome at all levels of commitment – please register together!  Each class will cover at least two major points that are designed to help you improve your togetherness, based on decades of couples therapy.  Work on the concept yourself and with your partner, and leave each class with a beneficial compassionate behavior to practice. 

Compassionate Couples:  Set Yourself Up for Success – January 3

Compassionate Couples:  Mindful Communication is Key – January 10

Compassionate Couples:  Maintaining Your Balance – January 17

$25 per class or $60 for all three classes

Pamela Cotton, Ph.D. is trained in clinical psychology and had a psychotherapy private practice for many years.  She studied meditation in several traditions and incorporated mindfulness into her work with her clients. Pamela shifted focus from clinical practice to writing and coaching, integrating mindfulness with resilience development.  She has written several books, including Mindful Resilience, Grief:  Finding Peace, and Compassion in LeadershipHer coaching clients learn to integrate mindfulness into their lives and use current life challenges as opportunities for growth and personal transformation.  She greatly values personal development and continues her own studies and mindfulness practice.

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