PAIRS Essentials


Discover the essential skills that have helped tens of thousands create and sustain successful relationships
that are an ongoing source of love, pleasure, and happiness! 

About PAIRS Essentials:

PAIRS Essentials, available in English and Spanish, teaches research-validated, evidence-based intensive skills training for couples and singles in any stage of relationship.

You’ll leave this class with a tool box for enhanced communication, empathy, problem solving, and emotional connection.

Class will cover three segments: the Heart of Intimacy, Constructive Conflict, and Emotional Literacy. Learn how to:

  • Enhance Communication
  • Improve Problem Solving
  • Reduce Conflict and Stress
  • Increase Happiness, Joy, and Fulfillment
  • Strengthen Love and Commitment
  • What Participants Say about PAIRS Essentials:

    “Our marriage was stuck in the doldrums. The tools we learned in PAIRS Essentials sparked something new and dynamic in our relationship. We are more in love than ever!”

    PAIRS Essentials gave me tools to communicate with my child’s father in ways I never imagined. We can talk now without things erupting into a fight. Our relationship has never been better.”

    “I carried some real baggage from my past relationships and upbringing, but PAIRS Essentials not only helped me unpack the pain and hurt of the past, but gave me tools and skills for my future relationships to be healthy and fulfilling. I am a new man!”

    Find a PAIRS Essentials class near you and sign up today! >>

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    Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.