We develop and share research-based programs that promote healthy couple relationships.
This research-based, theoretically grounded and best-practice informed model outlines key patterns of thinking and behaviors associated with healthy, stable couple relationships and marriages that can be taught in an educational setting.
This couples education curriculum blends practical skills with an understanding of the physiology of human interaction to enhance healthy relationship knowledge and skills.
This training curriculum prepares professionals to teach healthy relationship skills to individuals and couples, including those in the child welfare system.
This resource offers theoretically and empirically informed implications for designing, delivering, and evaluating relationship and marriage education programs for diverse audiences.