ePREP for Singles
ePREP for Singles - If you are not in a committed relationship right now but would like to be better prepared for a serious relationship in the future ePREP for Singles will help you do just that by teaching relationship skills using practical tools that have worked for many others.
Eight sections of research-based relationship help. This program has been tested in a series of studies by Dr. Scott Braithwaite and Dr. Frank Fincham.
Eight sections that will revolutionalize your love life:
#1 Risk Factors and Danger Signs - confront common Danger Signs that often destroy relationships
#2 Filters - learn about 5 major filters that can cloud good communication
#3 Issues and Events Model - stop arguing about the shallow stuff -get to the heart of conflicts
#4 Important Conversations - talk more & fight less using The Speaker Listener Technique
#5 Problem Solving - embrace tough issues with a problem-solving model that works
#6 Foundations of a Strong Relationship - identify the kind of person you want to be with for the long-hau
#7 Fun and Friendship - discover how to keep your difficult issues from contaminating fun and friendship
#8 Putting It All Together - see how the various sections fit together to make for a better love life
We are excited to partner with the award winning organization, First Things First as our Giving Partner.
For each ePREP product you purchase we gift a copy to First Things First so that they may distribute it to people who could not normally afford this program.
"...I am a social worker, working with families with open child protective services cases. While building on parents relationship skills is only one of many possible building blocks we work with them on, this program does a great job of summarizing key relationship and communication techniques.
With this specific client I was working with this material on, I encouraged her to use this material not only with potential romantic partners, but also in her communication at work and with her extended family. It was nice in the wrap up session that the material pointed this out too. As we were going through the material she was able to relate it to experiences she has had, like some of the communication filters, and the video examples. When reviewing with my client what she took from this, she informed me that she plans to take her future relationships more slowly to really get to know the person before jumping into a “relationship” too quickly. She is able to verbalize some of the red flags/warning signs of people she meets, as well as list some desirable attributes in a future partner.
Thank you for this material and how easy it is to use. It is relatable, to the point, and relevant.
Senior Clinician, In-Home