Communication in Marriage Workshop
January 14, 2020 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Few are born natural communicators. Like riding a bike or hitting a baseball, good communication is a skill that one can learn and is a key to enhancing good relationships. Psychologists have been studying communication in marriage for years, and there’s a lot of consensus amongst experts about how happy couples communicate differently than unhappy ones.
Dr. Craig Moorman will share some of those findings as he talks about how you can learn to communicate better with your spouse, and some of the bad habits that should be stopped. You and your spouse will learn practical ways to get thoughts and feelings flowing smoothly which will result in meeting each other’s important emotional needs. This, in turn, can lead to a fulfilling relationship, empathy, and true intimacy in your marriage.
About Dr. Craig Moorman
Dr. Craig Moorman is a psychotherapist, specializing in anxiety, depression, specific phobias, couple’s therapy, addictions, and men’s issues. He holds a Ph.D. and is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 22 years of experience. He has been recognized by the Washingtonian as one of the Top Mental Health Professionals in the Washington, D.C. area. In 2003, Dr. Moorman and his wife, Dr. Adi Moorman, co-founded Finding Solutions Counseling Centers. Unique in the field, Dr. Moorman and his wife, Dr. Adi Moorman, both psychotherapists, offer specialized co-therapy services to couples as a husband and wife team.
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