John Gottman, PhD. and The Gottman Institute are world renowned, leaders in the study of relationships. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is a New York Times best seller, it's content being evidenced based, practical and easy to apply. Join couples all around the world who use these principles to navigate their relationship. 

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After years of research it’s found that John Gottman can observe a couple for as little as 15 minutes and make predictions of divorce with a 91% accuracy. He has honed in on what makes and breaks a marriage, this is what we’ll be sharing with you in The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work Workshop. The content is by the Gottman Institute and adapted as per training by Kameela Osman, MSW, RSW. 


The workshop presents proven tools to help couples:

Improve friendship, fondness, and admiration

Enhance romance & intimacy

Manage conflict constructively

Gain skills to address perpetual solvable problems

Create Shared Meaning

Maintain gains throughout a lifetime.

Appropriate for:

  • couples in various stages of life
    • the pre-engaged to the premarital
    • the newlyweds to those married for decades.
  • Those wishing to enhance their marriage, reconnect, & reinvigorate it
  • Those who are struggling, seeking better conflict management strategies and tools

Not appropriate for those in relationships with:

  • Severe distress
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Active addictions (alcohol, drug, sexual, gambling, etc.)
  • Serious mental health problems in one our both partners.

Additionally: This workshop is open to Ontario (Canada) residents, 18+ only.

Fee: $175+hst (Note as this workshop is not psychotherapy/social work services HST is charged)

Leader: Kameela Osman, M.S.W., R.S.W. is a social worker / psychotherapist, and is the founder of Elite Counselling & Consulting Services. An experienced group facilitator, coordinator, therapist and clinical supervisor. Clinical experience includes working with individuals, couples, families, and mandated clients (both adults and youth). She uses training in various modalities of counselling to take an integrated approach to therapy. She’s skilled at working with clients on issues such as anxiety, depression, anger, self-esteem, assertiveness, sexuality, bullying, parenting, domestic violence, and relationship issues.

The workshop is psycho-educational and while both facilitators are clinicians, the workshop is not therapy.

The workshop includes lecture, content, and private couple exercises. Couples will be working on activities between themselves and not sharing/processing individual relationship struggles with the larger attending group.

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