Talking about trust is not easy in relationships and yet it is the most important key to long-term relationships.
Use this simple 5-day e-course to help you get brave, make clear requests, listen and connect with your partner’s needs- and hopefully implement powerful change.
Together we'll cover:
1) Your personal history of trust
2) Vulnerability in relationships
3) Creating healthy boundaries
4) Accountability & reliability to build trust
5) Creating non-judgmental spaces
6) Integrity and giving the benefit of the doubt
- Elements of Trust Handout
- Three templates for difficult conversations
- Empathy, Forgiveness, and Meaningful Support Handouts
- The Compassionate Communication Toolkit
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Gina Senarighi, Ph.D., CPC is a certified relationship coach, retreat leader, speaker, and author specializing in human connection, intimacy, authenticity, shame-resilience, and alternative relationships. For over twelve years she has supported hundreds of clients creating fulfilling integrity-based relationships according to their own rules.
She earned her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2010 from Saybrook University. She received her Bachelor's degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin in 2002 and a Master of Science in Education with a minor in Human Sexuality from Indiana University in 2004. In 2019 she completed her Ph.D. in Spiritual Studies and Pastoral Counseling.
Gina was named Portland’s Best Life Coach in 2019 by Portland Business Recognition and has taught psychology courses, communication workshops, couples intimacy retreats, and guest lectured on alternative relationships and sex-positive therapy at universities across the US. Students love her no-nonsense “real talk” presentation style.
Gina knows with better relationship and sex education we’d build a more compassionate, creative, confident, and fulfilled society. She believes we are entitled to desire and we all need meaningfully connected relationships to thrive. She knows all relationships need a tune-up from time to time and has been praised by clients for her friendly non-judgmental approach to couples work.
She understands first-hand the struggles creative and entrepreneurial couples face as they navigate the abundant joys and challenges that come with a high-achieving lifestyle. Her clients span the globe as they set forth to make the world a better place for us all.
When she’s not teaching, coaching or consulting you can find her in her gorgeous urban garden, hiking Door County with her tiny dog, cooking lavish dinners, playing with her two sweet kids, or traveling the world with her partner, Rae.