USU Extension in Weber County offers a free Marriage Survival course that meets MED requirements. Click HERE to visit their website.
USU Extension in Washington County offers a Marriage Survival course that meets MED requirements. Click HERE to visit their website.
Weber State University teaches a variety of marriage and relationship education classes in Weber and Davis counties. Classes are available in English and Spanish. Click HERE to visit their website.
SLCC offers Passport to Love, a FREE date night series for engaged or married couples utilizing PREP curriculum. Click HERE to visit their website and register for their marriage education course.
The Stronger Families Project (SFP) is a nationally and internationally recognized parenting and family strengthening program for families and is taught through UVU at locations throughout Utah County. Click HERE to see upcoming classes and events.
Utah Date Night facilitates workshops utilizing Dr. John Gottman's 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work curriculum. Workshops are led by certified Gottman Educator, Nate Bagley, and Certified Gottman Therapist, Laura Heck. CLICK HERE to visit their website.
This online course is designed to help couples who are engaged to be married prepare for their married life together. Couples will explore a variety of topics such as expectations for marriage, managing finances as a newlywed couple, managing conflict, transitioning to marital sexual intimacy, and keeping your love alive.
Note: This approved premarital course is designed for couples affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and it uses religious references.
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This workshop focuses on four themes:
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Within Our Reach” is a curriculum designed to help couples overcome barriers and develop positive communication skills. It is based on extensive testing and feedback from couples and those in the community who worked with them.
The LINKS (Lasting Intimacy through Nurturing Knowledge & Skills) Program is a five-session secular curriculum that certified instructors can teach. Each session is based on a two-hour teaching time frame, but is designed to be adapted to many different time frames and group settings.
This curriculum leads couples through Dr. John Gottman's groundbreaking book The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. It integrates research from the book and educates couples through relationship enhancing exercises.
Prepare/Enrich is a dynamic, research-based assessment that highlights couples' strengths and uncovers opportunities for growth across core and customized relationship topics. Through Facilitator feedback sessions, couples strengthen relationship skills, increase satisfaction, and build resilience.