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Anyone with a passion for helping strengthen marriage.Research shows that lay leaders (that means ordinary people without a mental health degree) and clergy, can teach the courses as well as – or better – than mental health professionals (those with mental health degrees and licenses). You do NOT need a mental health degree or state license to teach marriage or family education programs – just as it doesn't take a heart surgeon to teach smoking cessation or diet and exercise classes.- Leader training takes one to three days for the courses that require in-person training and certification: PREP, PAIRS, Mastering the Mysteries of Love, Couple Communication, Bringing Baby Home, 8 Habits of Successful Marriages, Family Wellness, etc.- Or, many programs do not require "in-person" training – the "training" is recorded on DVDs and supplied in the leader Kit.
Basic Training, Marriage Links, Active Relationships, Couplehood As a Spiritual Path, 10 Great Dates, How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk (Jerkette), Torn Asunder, Marriage Done Right, Married and Loving It, Third Option, The Marriage Course, etc.
Teach the courses and offer programs in your community – in congregations, community centers, schools, military bases, Extension offices, clinical practice – in any setting. Marriage Education is an approach that teaches the skills andinformation needed to communicate, manage conflict, and have healthy, satisfying relationships.
You can teach this material to couples (or singles) in classes, retreats, workshops and at-a-distance learning (online, phone-coaching, DVD-based) programs.
- Courses usually eight to 16 hours long, and are usually taught in a weekend or one-night-a-week format.
Can be as short as 4 hours and as long as a semester.
improving relationships in the workplace, in school, in the community.