Safe Conversations Online Workshop with Clay and Sonja Arnold
December 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CST$99 – $196
Come learn how to increase your joy and reduce your anxiety – even during a worldwide pandemic.
2020 has been a hard year on relationships. Fear, stress, economic worries, being together at home non-stop, politics, it has all contributed to relationships being on the edge.
As we approach 2021, we want to invite you to consider doing a reset in your relationships. Whether friends, family, or marriage, we want you to know that there is a way to talk without criticism, listen without judgement and connect beyond your differences.
Safe Conversations can teach you to do just that. Moreover, you can learn to talk about anything with safety and without negativity. Based on cutting edge neuroscience Safe Conversations, can give you the tools you need to not just to survive in your relationships, but to THRIVE!
The workshop will be led by Clay and Sonja Arnold. The Arnolds have been relational, life and brain health coaches for over 20 years. Having been married over 40 years, they have experienced and navigated the twists, turn and stressors of life that can wear on any relationship. That insight combined with the Safe Conversations tools can gently guide you to the relationship you really want.
Bring your, teen, family member, friend for insightful, fun, and growing time on December 12th
The online workshop includes:
- Live teaching by Safe Conversations® Trained Leaders
- Real-time access to a coach to help you practice your new skills
- A downloadable Practice Guide
About your trainers:
Clay and Sonja Arnold have been partners for over 40 years and coaching since 1992. These Master Trainers have trained hundreds of people to talk without criticism, listen without judgment, and connect beyond differences.
After registration, you’ll receive the Zoom link.
Safe Conversations® offers relationship education, not therapy. The information in Safe Conversations® materials or workshops is not intended as medical advice or a substitute for treatment by a qualified healthcare provider.