How Relationships Thrive in Stress and Close Quarters


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How Relationships Thrive in High Stress and Close Quarters

A Conversation on Marriage During COVID-19

Arielle Ford, Terry Real, Stan Tatkin

Type: Workshop

With stress at an all-time high, our closest relationships are either thriving or straining under the pressures of quarantine, economic hardships, and oh-so-much time together.

Join 1440 Multiversity as it hosts a group conversation with love and relationship expert Arielle Ford, internationally recognized Family Therapist Terry Real, and clinician and researcher Stan Tatkin, as they share unique perspectives and helpful tips on relationships and marriage in the age of the pandemic.

How Relationships Thrive in High Stress and Close Quarters Schedule:
June 3: 5:00-6:30 PM PT

Arielle Ford is a love and relationship expert and a leading personality in the personal growth and contemporary spirituality movement. For the past 30 years she has been living, teaching, and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. Arielle is a gifted writer and the author of eleven books including the international bestseller, The Soulmate Secret: Manifest the Love of Your Life With The Law of Attraction. She has been called “The Cupid of Consciousness” and “The Fairy Godmother of Love.” She lives in La Jolla, California with her husband/soulmate Brian Hilliard and their feline friends.

Terry Real is a nationally recognized family therapist, author, and teacher known for his groundbreaking work on men and male psychology, gender, and couples. In private practice for over 25 years, Terry is founder of the Relational Life Institute (RLI) in Massachusetts, which offers a training program for therapists as well as workshops and trainings throughout the United States and Canada.

Stan Tatkin is a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT), which draws on cutting-edge research in neuroscience, attachment theory, and biology. He is the author of three well-received books about relationships and maintains a clinical practice in Calabasas, California.