A Process Changing Relationships Around the World
Safe Conversations® empowers you
to talk without criticism,
listen without judgment,
and connect beyond differences.
Relationship skills can be taught.
It's not natural to slow down and take steps to understand another person. These skills can be taught, and we can train our brains to experience a sense of belonging like never before. Safe Conversations teaches you how.
Objection to difference is the source of conflict.
Top relationship experts Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D., began by asking, "Why do couples fight?" What they discovered led them to develop a simple process of taking turns talking and listening in a structured way that creates safety in relationships. They found it works in ANY relationship, and they began teaching workshops to share the life-changing process.
Who is Safe Conversations For?
Experience It For Yourself
The best way to learn Safe Conversations is through a workshop.
What to Know About the Process
Relationships are Better with Safe Conversations
“Attending the Safe Conversations workshop is like cleaning the windows for the first time. You may think your view is great. In reality, you have no idea how much better it can be! Whether family, coworkers, patients, complete strangers, or even my five-year-old son, the Safe Conversations tools make a world of difference.”Malie Jamison
“This entire process has changed the way I approach not just my wife but how I approach others. I have been using these tools for about four months. It is life-changing. It is the only thing I have ever done that has helped me express myself.”Dan Pullman
“Safe Conversations can be used between husband and wife, parents and children. But more than that, it can be used with your neighbors, between your community and other communities. That is where we need the most healing.”Hind Jarrah
“There’s not a day that goes by in my practice that I don’t use SC. For so many couples its a life-changer. They’ve never been taught how to communicate, and they don’t feel safe with each other.”Dr. Bob Breen