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May 2 2016
Dr. Kevin Skinner, LMFT, CSAT-S, Core Faculty, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

The lives of most people are histories of their search for intimate, meaningful relationships. Yet, so many struggle to find the intimacy they want. For this purpose, Dr. Kevin Skinner has created this Creating Relationship Intimacy class. Based off of 20 years of intimacy research, Dr. Skinner has developed a step-by-step approach to help couples find and create the type of intimacy they long for.

August 20 2015
Chelom Leavitt,

Men are consistent. They are always thinking about sex. However, women might think of sex a few times a week. The difference between men and women is not a bad thing! When you combine men’s push for sex with a woman’s emotion and deeper ideas, this creates a very healthy, meaningful relationship

June 22 2015
Dr. Kevin Skinner, LMFT, CSAT-S, Core Faculty, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

Based upon research and hours of therapy, this class will help you improve your chances of succeeding in relationships (whether you’re married or single).