The relationship maze - online course about relationships

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An online, self-paced course for singles and couples about love and relationships: how to talk to each other, navigating through different stages and relational styles, managing conflict, rekindling your sex life, balancing separateness and togetherness, understanding how you talk to yourself, why you think and behave the way you do, communicating effectively, building confidence and much more.

The course is aimed at enabling you to gain insight and to develop skills that help you to create and develop a strong and lasting relationship.

The course draws on a wide range of therapeutic theories including attachment theory, Transactional Analysis, Systems Theory, NLP, CBT and Gestalt.

Four modules: Know Yourself, Know the Other, Effective Communication, and Being in Relationship.

  • Over 20 video lessons taught by experienced individual and couples therapists.
  • Over 50 downloadable practical exercises.
  • Summary sheets and checklists.
  • A supportive community to help you on your journey.

The course is aimed at people currently seeking a relationship or those who would like to develop their current relationship. You can do this course on your own or take the opportunity to have discussions with your partner about your relationship. 

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Hosted by Angela Dierks

Angela Dierks is an experienced counsellor/psychotherapist, couples therapist, clinical supervisor and lecturer on the MSc Integrative Counselling and Coaching at the University of East London. Tom MacKay has over 30 years of working as a psychotherapist, Master trainer of NLP and group trainer. Tom also lectures on the MSc at UEL.

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