WCCE

Making Marriage Work

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Marriage, like life, is a process...

and enjoying the process is the key. Led by licensed clinical therapists, rabbis and financial advisors, Making Marriage Work classes provide a safe, open environment in which couples learn to share, develop and enrich intimate, loving relationships. Couples will learn communication skills and conflict resolution techniques necessary to strengthen their marriage. Topics include: the meaning of love and commitment, the effect of personal histories and personalities on the relationship, parents, in-laws, friends, time management, sexuality, family planning, money management and more. Jewish values and traditions provide a strong context to this enlightening experience.

All seminars meet for 8 session: $350  

All Making Marriage Work seminars are currently on hold, please click here for more information and to register for our Marriage for Life weekend retreat on Friday, May 30 - Sunday, June 1 2014

Winter / Spring  2014  Schedule

Sundays: 10am-Noon
January 12 – March 2
April 6 – May 18
American Jewish University

Tuesdays: 7-9pm
January 14 – February 25
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, West Los Angeles

Thursdays, 7:30-9:30pm
January 23 – March 6
American Jewish University

 

The Basic Seminar

For couples considering marriage, engaged or recently married.
This seminar consists of 8 sessions:

5 with a licensed counselor, 1 with a rabbi, 1 with a certified financial planner and 1 private session with counselor.

 

The Inter-Faith Seminar

For couples with a non-Jewish partner considering marriage, engaged or recently married.  

This seminar consists of eight sessions: six with a licensed counselor, two with a rabbi, one with a certified financial planner and one private session with the counselor. In addition to the basic curriculum, this seminar will delve into specific areas of concern to inter-faith  couples.

 

The Challenge of Growth Seminar

For couples who have been married more than two years.

This seminar will focus on the impact of children on your marriage, keeping the spark alive, long term loving and commitment and more. It will consist of seven sessions: six group sessions with a licensed counselor and one private session with the counselor.

 

For more information, call (310) 440-1246 or email mmw@aju.edu