Design Strong Relationships

When your life is “working well,” it likely means that your relationships are thriving. When life isn't working well, you probably have relationships that could use fixing. Which of your relationships could use an overhaul? In this seminar, you will explore how you relate to others in your life: significant others, family, friends, coworkers or community members. You will learn how to design thriving relationships, and how to speak with compassion and still deliver a straight message. By using our techniques, you will learn how to work through hurt feelings, mistakes and resolve conflicts so that their relationships become a source of joy.

This workshop will be lead by Dr. Samantha Sutton. Samantha earned a Ph.D. in Biological Engineering at MIT, and then decided that she wanted help advance science and technology by helping the scientists and technologists themselves. Samantha coaches clients in The Handel Method®, a high-performance approach to taking responsibility for what you want in your life, and getting it. 

Date and Time:  
September 24, 2013
6:00 - 9:00 PM


Microsoft, One Cambridge Center, 4th Floor, Cambridge, MA 02142

We appreciate Microsoft donating the use of their event space.

Members: $35; Non-Members: $55, Workshop and Annual Membership: $120

A light dinner will be served.

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