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Tools for Couples that are Healing Together

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Webinar summary:

When emotional wounds are present in a relationship, they reveal something within you that can affect your relationship. Healing is a process that couples learn by turning toward one another. This webinar presents ways you can learn how to connect with your partner through creating shared meaning. With these tools, you can work on building the friendship within your relationship, ask for help, find ways to reconnect daily.


Define emotional wounding
Explore how emotional wounds affect intimate relationships & how to turn towards your partner as part of the healing process
Discover tools to reconnect and heal with our partner

Introducing Leo Flowers:

A Chicago native, corporate comedian, former Div-I college athlete, with a Masters in Counseling/Psychology, Leo Flowers combines his education and experience into his Suicide prevention podcast, “Before You Kill Yourself,” which has over 100,000 downloads! It’s insightful, heartwarming and intensely funny. For the podcast, he interviews other mental health experts, comedians and best-selling book authors as they destigmatize mental health and teach you how to thrive.

Leo life coaches individuals who are thriving, prosperous and successful in their careers & finances, but suffering in their relationships. Leo works with those who are hungry for connection, acceptance and affection. If you want to feel the freedom to embrace life and find meaning, then email leoflowers2000@gmail.com to schedule your complimentary coaching session with my team! I only take on 2 new clients per month.

2021-08-10T10:00:00-07:00 2021-08-10T11:00:00-07:00


Aug 10, 2021 to Aug 10, 2021


10:00 am to 11:00 am PDT


Conversations Webinar




Conversations Webinar

Presented By:

Leo Flowers

Sponsored By:

The Gottman Institute