— On-demand training
Relationship Hacks from a Couples Therapist
2 CE HOURS
This course will discuss a blueprint for a solid relationship, including effective communication, reducing frustration and resentment, and tools to cultivate a stronger, more fulfilling relationship.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
No Prerequisites Needed
ASSECT & APA Approved
Accessible on Mobile
What You’ll Learn in this Course
Describe the role of attachment style in relationships.
Assess when there are fundamental issues in a relationship.
Apply tools to strengthen relationship bonds and connections.
What Course Requirements Will I Meet?
This course may count toward fulfilling Sex Therapy Training (STT-C)
Theory and methods of approach to intervention in relationship systems experiencing sex and intimacy problems.
This course may count toward fulfilling Sexuality Counseling Techniques (SCT-C)
Theory and methods of different approaches to intervention in relationship systems.
What Our Students Say
LOVED HER!!! Super helpful and informative since I don't have experience with couples. She is super knowledgeable!
Licensed Social Work Associate
It was really helpful to learn how to best serve couples as a therapist.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Dr. Johnson provided great tools to improve my work with couples.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
— About the Instructor
Dr. Daryl Johnson, PhD, LPC
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Daryl Johnson, affectionately known as your favorite couples therapist, is a licensed professional counselor and psychologist in the Washington, DC area. Dr. Daryl helps her clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in their relationships.
Are you ready to take this course?
Dr. Daryl Johnson, PhD, LPC
Dr. Daryl Johnson, affectionately known as your favorite couples therapist, is a licensed professional counselor and psychologist in the Washington, DC area. Dr. Daryl helps her clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in their relationships. She specializes in guiding singles and couples toward healthy romantic relationships.
Dr. Daryl founded her practice to help people in relationships (whether that be platonic or romantic) find more love and intimacy in their lives. Some of the issues she address are: creating healthy boundaries with friends, family members, partners; managing anger; dealing with grief; and understanding the role attachment plays across relationships.
She has been honored of being cited by Cosmopolitan as one of the 21 relationship experts to follow. Dr. Daryl is a published researcher, author, and has been a contributor for Marriage.com and Digital Romance. She has been featured in major publications such as Red Book Magazine, Brides, and Pop sugar.