5030: The Power of Two: Secrets to a Strong & Loving Marriage

About the Course:

This book details the communication and conflict-resolution skills that happy couples use to deal with differences. Dr. Heitler explains the basics of collaborative dialogue and shows how these techniques can be applied to even the most sensitive issues in ways that respond to both partners’ needs and help to strengthen their relationship. Readers learn strategies for making decisions together, resolving conflicts, recovering after upsets, and converting difficulties into opportunities for growth. A great book to share with couples who are in conflict.


Heilter, Susan, Ph.D.

About the Author:

Dr. Heitler, a graduate of Harvard, earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from NYU. She and her husband, married over 25 years, have enjoyed raising four children, now young adults. In addition to her clinical practice Dr. Heitler has taught on the adjunct faculty at the University of Denver School of Professional Psychology, continues to write books and articles, and travels nationwide presenting workshops on therapy skills for state psychological associations and mental health professional conferences.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to help others understand the basics of collaborative dialogue.

  2. to be able to help clients apply many practical and effective strategies for ending clashes.

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