Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Project

The primary goal of Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Project is to provide the skills needed to build healthy, stable marriages and relationships for those who choose marriage and, for those who are single, to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to develop healthy, sustainable relationships in the future.  
The project serves residents of Weber and Davis Counties from lower income backgrounds.  Individuals and couples will be instructed on strategies to improve marital or relationship satisfaction, communication skills, problem solving, conflict resolution abilities, stability and commitment to family relationships, and gain more realistic expectations of marital and romantic relationships. Instruction is available in Spanish and English.
Funding is provided by the Utah Dept. of Human Services, Utah Marriage Commission.  Paul L. Schvaneveldt, Ph.D., CFLE is the Principal Investigator of the project.  

The primary goal of Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Project is to provide the skills needed to build healthy, stable marriages and relationships for those who choose marriage and, for those who are single, to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to develop healthy, sustainable relationships in the future.  

The project serves residents of Weber and Davis Counties from lower income backgrounds.  Individuals and couples will be instructed on strategies to improve marital or relationship satisfaction, communication skills, problem solving, conflict resolution abilities, stability and commitment to family relationships, and gain more realistic expectations of marital and romantic relationships. Instruction is available in Spanish and English.

Funding is provided by the Utah Dept. of Human Services, Utah Marriage Commission.  Paul L. Schvaneveldt, Ph.D., CFLE is the Principal Investigator of the project. 

Visit us at www.weber.edu/mre for more information and to sign up for classes.  You can contact Ana Carlin or Sara Carver at 801-626-7189, anacarlin@weber.edu, or saracarver1@weber.edu

Revised 09-30-2015

 

Contact: 

Paul Schvaneveldt, Ph.D., CFLE

Co-Principal Investigator

pschvaneveldt@weber.edu

801-626-6597