Council for Relationships provides custom talks, workshops, and programs for schools, businesses, churches and religious organizations, or groups of any kind. Our staff of more than 60 staff therapists are include social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, marriage and family therapists who are trained to speak on a broad range of mental health or relationship related issues. A selection of the topics we are able to present on include:

  • Dealing with emotions, stress and anxiety
  • Developing communication skills and conflict mediation
  • Dealing with loss or death
  • Dealing with illness
  • Acceptance and diversity
  • Combating bullying/creating a hero culture
  • Mindfulness
  • Interactive therapeutic workshops
  • Conflict mediation
  • Sexual harassment
  • Challenges of social media and/or sexting
  • Reflection and connectedness
  • Inclusiveness and Acceptance
  • Warning signs of common mental health issues
  • Strategies for developing your emotional intelligence
  • Techniques for exploring emotional concerns
  • Support through loss, crisis or scandal
  • Developing a peer mediation program
  • Developing a culture that values diversity
  • Gender identity and LGBTQ issues
  • Recognizing traumatic brain injury/trauma in students
  • Anti-bullying strategies/creating a culture of heroes
  • Creating an “it happens here” culture
  • Opportunities for ethnography

FEES: Fees for Council’s custom public programs are variable depending on the topic, presenter, and length of presentation.

Please email info@councilforrelationships.org to schedule a program for your group.