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Manage Conflict: The Aftermath of a Fight

When you make repair attempts early, you can salvage the point of the conversation and create a more productive and positive outcome.

Gottman Relationship Coach: Making Up After an Argument

So you just had an argument. Now what?  The latest program in the Gottman Relationship Coach, “Making Up After an Argument” includes a step-by-step exercise to help you and your partner process an argument and discover what you were really fighting about. In addition to our powerful “Aftermath of a Fight” exercise, “Making Up After an Argument” includes sections and exercises on feeling overloaded, taking effective breaks from conflict, and how to rebuild the lines of communication—even mid-argument. 

Solve the mystery of what you and your partner really argue about to restore, repair, and revitalize the communication in your relationship. This new program will help you learn:

  • How to process even the most difficult arguments and heal from them together.
  • What to do when you are feeling overwhelmed and overloaded, what we call “Flooding”.
  • What happens in your body when you are in conflict.
  • How to calm yourself down, in or out of conflict.
  • The importance of “repair attempts,” or ways to get the conversation back on track, plus how to notice and make them

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Clinical Foundations in Gottman Method Couples Therapy

Join the thousands of clinicians worldwide who have completed Level 1 and 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. We’ve bundled these essential courses with Therapy Sessions: Live to create a foundational learning experience for professionals adopting the Gottman Method.

Gottman Method Couples Therapy – Level 2

Internalize the powerful, research-based Gottman Method Couples Therapy assessment and intervention techniques as you integrate them in your clinical work. Gain insight as to when to use these methods and when couples therapy is contraindicated.

Level 1 Training is required.

Managing vs. Resolving Conflict in Relationships: The Blueprints for Success

A look at three “conflict blueprints” to help you and your partner constructively manage conflict around unsolvable problems.

The Two Gottman Ideas You Should Be Talking About

Dan Wile, developer of Collaborative Couple Therapy, shares his two favorite Gottman ideas.

How I Integrate Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy

The combination allows flexibility to shift from a relationship-building to an attachment-oriented therapist with a client.

Curriculum

Day One Outline: The Research: What Makes Relationships Succeed or Fail? What is different about Gottman Method Couples Therapy? What … Continued