Relationship Reconnection Program

Do you and your partner need a step-by-step guide to grow, connect, and navigate conflict in the midst of parenting? Start our Relationship Reconnection Program today: 

  • Step 1: It all starts here! You have to know these things first before you can even begin to communicate clearly
  • Step 2: Now let’s get specific. How do you talk about topics like mental load and arguing in front of your kids?
  • Step 3: One of the biggest challenges couples face is how to navigate relationships with in-laws and families. This is how you do it. 

Individual Workshops

Select a la carte from our library and start growing and connecting with your partner today! Get any workshop for $54.

CCFP Membership

Best Value! Get unlimited access the Relationship Reconnection Program and 1 yr. of weekly worksheets. It's just $24/month.

Step 1: It All Starts Here!

Wondering where to begin? Right here. Explore the key relationship concepts that are vital for any couple relationship to thrive

Couples that feel like they are creating a story together will have a relationship that lasts. You can write a couple story that helps you and your partner live a fuller, richer, and deeper life together. This exercise will help you and your partner know your individual stories and help you imagine the couple story you want. 

Attachment Theory describes why we long for love, how love is felt between human beings, and gives us tips on how to love. This workshop is a “must see” for every couple that wants to stay in love.

Family. We all have one and we all are shaped by our family of origin. This can be both positive or negative or a little bit of both. A couple relationship is not just the joining of two individuals but the joining of two families. Couples that want to thrive need to understand how their relationship is being impacted by their families of origin, for better or for worse. Then, they can choose what kind of family they want to be rather than reacting to past family experience.

Grief is an inevitable part of any couple relationship. Whether it’s grief over infertility and pregnancy loss, changing roles after having kids, chronic illness, a death in the family, you name it. Many couples have to face grief and it can be really hard to feel to connected to your partner as you grieve. This workshop can help you and your partner grieve and stay connected.

Step 2: Now That We Are Parents We Can't Communicate!

We just can’t communicate anymore! These workshops are perfect for you if this is how you feel in your partner relationship. Get practical tips and scripts that will get you and your partner communicating like pros.

Parenting can be stressful. Stress alters our nervous systems and when stressed partners try to communicate they can easily misunderstand one another. This workshop will help you and your partner understand one another’s nervous system response to stress and help you see how stress is confusing your communication, so that you can start hearing one another clearly. 

Having kids changes everything! One of the biggest areas it impacts is how you and your partner communicate. Learn how kids changes your couple communication and what to do about it.

Is it “Ok” to argue in front of our kids? What should we do if our kids see/hear us arguing? Want to know the answer to these questions? Get  answers and some helpful scripts to use with your kids and partner to discuss this issue in your family.

This is one of the hardest conversations parenting partners can have! This course will help you and your partner 1) Establish a working definition for mental load 2) Understand why this is such a hard conversation to have and 3) Learn how to have the conversation in a productive way that will help you and your partner connect and understand one another. 

Step 3: In-Law Relationships

We talk with couples all the time that say navigating relationship with in-laws is beginning to strain their couple relationship. These workshops are designed to help you and your partner identify the kind of relationship you want with your in-laws and give you the tools to communicate this with your in-laws and stay connected as a couple.

Welcome to the In-Law Workshop Series! In this brief introduction hear about how these workshops can help you and your partner communicate and stay connected as you relate with your in-laws. 

How did you think your relationships with your in-laws or family were going to look when you had kids? How did your partner think things would look? Expectations shape how you and your partner communicate about in-laws and family. This workshop will help you identify what your expectations are and how they are helping or hurting your communication as a couple.

“It is so hard for me to set boundaries with my family or in-laws.” “I don’t get why my partner wants to be so close with their family.” “I feel like my partner cares more about what their family thinks than what I think.” Any of these sound familiar? Want to know what is going on behind these statements? Then it’s time to learn about differentiation and attachment. 

Boundaries. We all know the word but they can seem so elusive when it comes to relationships with in-laws and family. What are they? Why do we need them? How do we set them? The answers are all here in this workshop. 

So we know what boundaries we want to have with our in-laws and family. How do we say it? Learn how to approach these important conversations and communicate with compassion and hope with your in-laws. 

What is a toxic relationship? Do we have one with our in-laws or family? Take the quiz and find out. 

Try the CCFP Membership

Get access to the Weekly Worksheets and our step-by-step Relationship Reconnection Program.  It’s time for you and your partner to have the support and tools you need to get and stay connected! 

Weekly Worksheet

Get 1 year of weekly reflection questions emailed to you so that you and your partner can have the important, connective conversations you want to have. Let us guide the conversation.

Relationship Reconnection Program

Get unlimited access to our step-by-step guide to getting connected and staying connected with your partner as you parent.