Upcoming Events and Workshops


Seven Principles for Happy Marriages

Wednesday evenings April 10 and 17, May 1 and 8

Seven Principles for Happy Marriages includes lectures and private couples exercises. Participants will not share personal details in front of other couples. Registration includes educational material from Gottman Institute.

Understanding your spirited child struggles

Understand Your Spirited Child and Invitations into Power Struggles

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 at 12:00 PM

Some children do their learning by living large and pushing the boundaries. Join our discussion of how expressions of emotion can be a valued, creative force for connecting with others. We will also consider how these intense moments can be turned into valuable opportunities for your child to practice autonomy and mastery. Bring your examples and learn how to not fight, not give-in, and proactively prepare coping strategies for your child’s next most intense emotional moment.

Past Events

mealtime struggles

Mealtime Struggles

Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024 at 12:00 PM

Mealtimes are a tricky time for most families. Spend a lunch hour with us as we share routines and tools that we’ve found especially helpful for young children who are learning how to enjoy coming to the dinner table and developing a healthy relationship with a variety of foods.


Making the Most of Marital/Relationship Conflict

November 8

Curious about the nature of conflict in your relationship with your parenting partner? Interested in using unavoidable conflict to bring you closer together?


Seven Principles for Happy Couples

November 2, 9, 16

This 4-part workshop provides proven tools from the Gottman Institute to help couples improve their relationship. Sessions run October 26 through November 16 on Thursday evenings.

Bedtime Battles

Bedtime Battles And Other Tricky Transitions

December 5

Lessen daily struggles at home by learning how to mirror 3 key secrets teachers know about guiding children through daily transitions: utilizing developmentally appropriate routines, choices within limits and your child’s strengths.