Over 40% of married couples will divorce, and 31% of married people report being unhappy in their marriages. There is a better way. Couples can learn how to talk without fighting, keep friendship and fun alive, and beat the odds of relationship difficulties.
Relationship researchers (including the team at PREP) have developed in-person interventions that can prevent problems, improve relationship health, and cut the risk of divorce. The only problem is that many people don't have an easy way to learn the skills and strategies of PREP that are most often taught in workshops or counseling.
That's why we've developed ePREP.
ePREP is an online program brought to you by PREP, the gold standard for strengthening relationships. It can be completed in the comfort of your own home, and you can start today. ePREP is fully narrated. (Narration begins right after the copyright page)
To see the citations of the published scientific studies click here
ePREP benefits include...
~ Increases in dedication
~ Increases in constructive communication
~ Increases in levels of trust
~ Participants were less likely to break-up with their significant others in both the short and long term
~ Reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression
~ Reduced alternative monitoring (comparing the current relationship to other potential romantic connections)
~ Reduced frequency of psychological aggression
~ Reduced frequency of physical aggression
ePREP is part of the PREP approach:
The PREP approach is based on over 40 years of research in the field of relationship health and success. Much of the research on PREP has been conducted at the University of Denver's Center for Marital and Family Studies. The co-founders of PREP, Inc., Dr. Howard Markman Ph.D. and Dr. Scott M. Stanley Ph.D., along with various colleagues and the team at PREP, Inc., have been involved in developing and refining marriage and relationship education materials for several decades.
The PREP approach has been delivered and evaluated globally:
Thousands of relationship educators have implemented versions of PREP around the world, including in various community settings, on military bases, in prisons, at universities, and in religious organizations. There are more studies by more researchers on more continents on adaptations of PREP than any relationship education approach in the history of the field.
Meet the scientists behind ePREP:
ePREP was developed by Dr. Scott Braithwaite, and is based on the PREP Approach. Click here for Dr. Braithwaite's recent interview at datingadvice.com
This program has been tested in a series of studies by Dr. Scott Braithwaite and Dr. Frank Fincham. To view the abstracts for the scientific journal articles please click here.
Seven sections that will revolutionize your love life:
#1 Improving Your Relationship - confront some things that often go wrong in relationships
#2 Filters - learn about the 5 filters that may secretly be wreaking havoc in your relationship
#3 Events, Issues, and Hidden Issues Model - stop arguing about the shallow stuff and get to the heart of conflicts
#4 Important Conversations - talk more & fight less using the Speaker Listener Technique
#5 Problem Solving - discover how problem-solving can bring you closer to your partner
#6 Fun and Friendship - brainstorm your way to more fun and a better friendship
#7 Putting It All Together - activate what you have learned