Come and learn about the latest research on love and relationships, and how to apply it to your own relationship.This is a program that teaches you to D.I.Y your own relationship maintenance and repair so you can know not just HOW to communicate, but WHAT to communicate, and how to feed and grow a lifelong connection.
The FRSA National Conference 2016 will have a keen focus on measuring success in the family and relationship sector which remains a critical issue for service providers and their funders. By measuring success we can better identify what works and what does not work in delivery services, toward improving the well being of clients across the life course.
The Conference will include a variety of international and local keynote speakers and workshop leaders addressing a range of topics and issues in an exciting mix of plenaries, debates and interactive sessions, to support and encourage important discussions and conversations by offering new insights and knowledge.
The newly appointed Assistant Minister for Social Services, the Hon. Zed Seselja will be delivering keynote address 1 to kick off the Conference! Followed by International keynote speaker, Associate Professor Moira Inkelas from UCLA presenting 'A learning system for improving family and community outcomes'.
Navigating the Boundaries in Couple Relationships
In romantic relationships boundaries can often be seen as unnecessary or even unhealthy. However, this evening will explore the concept that without lines of distinction there can be confusion for the individual and the couple relationship. Many boundaries are assumed or vague, but do couples really know what they understand about their own individual assumptions? Unclear boundaries can hurt the relationship and can create confusion. So what does communicating about boundaries look like and how can you assist couples to discuss and set their own boundaries?
Come along to this session to explore not only your own understanding of boundaries in couple relationships but also how you can facilitate couples to develop clear and concise expectations to help build stable and healthy relationships.
Presenter: Denise Lacey
When: Thursday, 27 October, 2016
Time: 7.15pm – 9.30pm
Where: Knox Centre, East Melbourne
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