SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — The Board of Education will be hosting Amy Jacobs in a class on relationship communication on Tuesday, May 1.
From the Fetlife post:
In this course, we will look at evidence-based relationship communication styles to help you better connect with your partner(s). With lessons from “The Five Love Languages,” by Gary Chapman and “The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work” by John Gottman, we will discuss how to communicate effectively and avoid pitfalls. Healthy conflict and repairs will be covered, as well as practical concepts and skills you can use to strengthen your relationship(s). This workshop will be inclusive to all relationships styles (monogamous, polyamorous, open, swingers, D/s, M/s, Relationship Anarchy, etc.) and all sexual orientations and gender identities. Also, I’ll bring cookies!
Amy Jacobs, LMSW is a Clinical Social Worker at Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor. She has been working in the area of sexual health for 20 years and has been presenting on various relationship topics for the past 10 years. Amy guest lectures at the School of Social Work at U of M, and has presentations at upcoming conferences both in-state and nationally. In addition to relationships and communication, Amy often presents on consensual non-monogamy, grief and loss, safer sex and risk reduction, HIV/AIDS, working with kink-identified patients, sexual health, and LGBTQ health. In her free time, Amy enjoys crafting, sewing, baking, and hitting people with floggers, whips, crops, and other implements of torture.
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