Programs & Events
The New Science of Love
Have you ever noticed that some couples seem to be in sync with each other while others are much less so - and wondered why? This program is for couples interested in finding their way to better communication and deeper, more fulfilling ways of being with each other.
Catherine Carpenko BFA, MA Psychology, Member CAPT, a professional coach and therapist who has worked for many years in Toronto and Orangeville, will be at the Mill Street location of the Orangeville Public Library on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 7 p.m. to discuss the new science of love.
Based on Sue Johnson's book, 'Hold Me Tight', couples are offered a revolutionary new way to see and shape love relationships. The stories, new ideas and exercises offered in the book and shared in this talk are based on the new science of love and the wisdom of understanding human relationships.
Ms. Carpenko will provide attendees with a road map to help guide them through the trials and tribulations of relationships, using techniques that are practical and are not about who is right or wrong, but are about how to work together to create the relationship they desire.
Admission is free, and everyone is welcome. Refreshments provided.
- Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2012
- Time: 7:00pm
- Location: Mill Street location - in the Meeting Room on the lower level