Healthy Relationships Weekend

Dr. Terri Orbuch, Ph.D. (“The Love Doctor”) and Debra Orbuch-Grayson, M.S., LMFT

Are you longing for love relationships that are positive and strong? Do you have happy and healthy relationships in your life? Research shows that happy healthy relationships make you feel better about yourself, reduce stress, motivate you to exercise, lead to increased heart hearth, and lower your blood pressure. In this healthy relationship program you will learn tips and strategies to create happy and healthy relationships in your life!

This workshop will give you new insights and research-based relationship skills that can dramatically improve the intimacy, friendship and communication in your relationship, and help you resolve conflict in a healthy, productive way. It also will help you identify the effects that work, family, money and health have on your relationships and provide some tools to help manage stress. This program is for everyone, singles and couples alike, looking for helpful tips on improving their relationships. Come learn about what works and what doesn’t for healthy enduring relationships in today’s world.

Dr. Terri Orbuch (PhD), (aka “The Love Doctor®”), is an author, speaker, professor at Oakland University, and research professor at University of Michigan. She is the director of a landmark study, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where she has been following the same 373 couples for almost 3 decades. She has been a relationship expert for for 5 years, and is the author of five books including, “5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great” (Random House) and “Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship” (Sourcebooks). Dr. Orbuch has been featured in such publications as, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, USA Today, and has appeared on The Today Show, The Katie Couric Show, ESPN, and CNN. Learn more about her at:

Debra Orbuch Grayson (MS, LMFT) holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Maryland – College Park and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Behavioral Disabilities from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She has been working with families and children for 26 years providing individual, marital, family and group therapy. She enjoys blending her clinical skills with her experience as an educator. She has worked with adolescents in a variety of academic and clinical outpatient settings. In addition to counseling and consulting, she provides individual and group therapy at an Alternative High School (ALC) as well as Clinical Instruction and Supervision for therapists in training through the Adler Graduate School. Learn more about her at:

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