4. C.A.R.E. Exercises

  • the final step in your C.A.R.E. Plan is to identify and develop personalized C.A.R.E. exercises designed to change your brain in order to improve your relationships.

​2. Relational Safety Groups​

  • Practicing new skills in a relationship makes most people feel  vulnerable.  You will improve your chances of having a positive relational and learning           experience by having a clearer sense of the ability of the relationship to grow.  Forming relational safety groups will give you a more nuanced understanding of    the relationships in your life and will guide you in choosing the safest relationships when relating in new ways.

Components of the C.A.R.E. Program

Must you repeat bad relationships?

1. Relational C.A.R.E. Assessment

  • A 20 question relational assessment tool that allows you to see your relationships in 3-D and provides invaluable insights into how your pathways for connection are influencing and being influenced by the relationships in your life.


     

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3.  C.A.R.E. Scores

  • Your C.A.R.E. scores, calculated from the  answers you recorded on your C.A.R.E. Assessment, provide a snapshot of the relative strength or weakness of your 4 neural pathways for connection.  High C.A.R.E. scores are correlated with stronger, safer and more rewarding relationships. 

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