Do you long to experience true love and a strong partnership?
Are you in a relationship but not sure if you should stay or go?
Do you sometimes wonder what a normal, healthy relationship looks like?
Understanding what a healthy, loving relationship looks like is paramount. All of your questions, the things no one ever told you, perhaps leaving you to seek advice from friends, colleagues or even searching online for articles or quizzes—we’ll cover it right here in clear and simple language, offering tools and strategies to help you along the way.
In this course, we will:
✓ Learn what is healthy in a partnership and what isn’t
✓ Identify unhealthy patterns in a relationship
✓ Call out early warning signs of psychological abuse
✓ Share strategies for recovering from relationship stress and trauma
✓ Develop an understanding of our own strengths and vulnerabilities in relationships
✓ Reconnect with our sense of self and identity
✓ Discuss how wounds from our past affect our sense of worthiness
✓ Shift our focus from not trusting others to trusting ourselves
✓ Explore and identify what we want from a partnership
✓ Learn how to preserve our individuality in a relationship
When you sign up for Healthy Relationships 101 ﹣ Your Guide to a Healthy Relationship, you will receive:
✓10 video lectures, taught by Avery Neal, psychotherapist and leading expert on women’s wellness
✓In-depth notes to walk you through the curriculum
✓Journal assignments to reflect on and develop your relationships
✓Even better, lifetime access!
✓All this, for only $129.00
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
✓Determine if you are in a healthy relationship or not
✓Identify the early signs of abuse in a relationship, subtle or obvert
✓Relax your mind and body to heal prolonged stress and trauma
✓Understand your strengths and weaknesses so you can set better boundaries
✓Develop strategies to build your confidence and sense of self
✓Embrace your value and sense of worthiness
✓Reconnect with your inner voice and learn to trust yourself
✓Develop an image of your ideal partnership
✓Identify your individual needs in a relationship
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Avery Neal, PhD, LPC is a practicing psychotherapist, international author and speaker. In 2012 she opened Women’s Therapy Clinic, which offers psychiatric and counseling support to women. She specializes in depression and anxiety at all stages in a woman’s life. She has worked extensively with women suffering from prenatal anxiety and postpartum depression in addition to helping women recovering from divorce and healing from psychological abuse. She is passionate about empowering women discover their own inner strength, leading to higher self-esteem, confidence and overall life satisfaction.
Dr. Neal is the author of, If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse, which has been translated and published in twelve languages. Her articles and interviews have been published by Oprah.com, American Counseling Association, Counseling Today, BookTrib, Best Self Magazine, Hitched Magazine, Bustle, POPSUGAR and PKWY Magazine, and her courses have been taken by over 18,000 people worldwide. The International Association of HealthCare Professionals nominated her as one of the top psychologists in Houston.
In this groundbreaking book, Avery Neal, psychotherapist and founder of the Women’s Therapy Clinic, helps you recognize the warning signs of what she terms “subtle abuse.” As you are able to accurately identify patterns that have never made sense before, you are better equipped to make changes to free yourself from ongoing aggression and control.
As an expert in the field, Dr. Neal has guided countless individuals to regain their self-esteem, their joy, and their lives, in the wake of this type of unhealthy relationship.