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This course provides an introduction to: 1. Basic concepts of The Strategies and Skills Learning and Development System (SSLD), their relevance for every day relationships and provide advanced concepts for participants who work in fields of social work and health care . 2. Basic practice principles and methods of SSLD, illustrated by relationship management case studies. 3. The SSLD framework for relationship management assessment; N3C (needs, circumstances, characteristics, capacity) and problem translation. 4. Core competencies in the relationship management application of the SSLD system: Observation learning, simulation, real life implementation, review and monitoring....

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Jul 20, 2019

The course contents are somewhat specialised and I'm glad it's offered free of charge.\n\nLearning this course helps in understanding dysfunctional relationship and how to change it from yourself


May 03, 2018

Very interesting, with a practical approach and with many examples. Highly recommended as it offers a good insight on the way people form relationships and connect with others.

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par Eliane J

Jul 09, 2017

Amazing course and very insightful!

par madhumitha

Oct 09, 2019

Thank you it is very useful course

par Levi K

Mar 23, 2018

Everyone should take this course!


Jan 14, 2018

It was a great course. Thank you

par Гладышева Е Д

Jun 05, 2019

Very interesting!

par Lucian R

Jun 26, 2018

Excellent course!

par Laura G E

May 12, 2019

It was wonderful

par Anshu

Jan 22, 2020

Valuable course

par Germán A S B

Feb 14, 2019

Exelente Curso

par Vivian L

Apr 07, 2017

Great course!

par Amr M

Jan 25, 2020


par Rohit R

Jan 01, 2018

Loved it. More art/philosophy than science, but still great work! Very analytical guy the professor is. Don't remember him ever taking a moral stance, he simply states what people tend to do, and dissects their behaviors as a consequence of interpersonal conflicts.

par Ahmed H A

Sep 02, 2017

The course gives many good hints about understanding the power that motives relationships and helps to understand the dynamics of relationships however it doesn't include a lot of skills to be learnt on how to manage relationships in tips.

par Muniza S

Sep 02, 2019

Indeed a very interesting course which is helpful to guide towards strengthening of relationship through positive attitude , emotional control and understanding of oneself as well as the needs of others or life partners.

par Jay R

Jul 12, 2019

Very good course and gave good useful insights in to a very important aspect in one's life i.e. understanding human needs, to build effective relationships

par Segah S

Sep 28, 2019

It could have more intellectual approach to the relationships and more attention to the efficiency of storytelling or phrasing.

par olohigbe j a

Dec 17, 2019

This course has opened up my understanding on relationship and needs,its helping me relate better and address issues

par Giovanna S B

Nov 28, 2017

Sometimes, couldn't understand what the teacher was saying. Other than that, loved the course!

par Zaryab F

Mar 26, 2019

This course helped me a lot to handle relationships in my daily life.


Mar 27, 2019

its good to learn something different

par Baneen H

Jun 27, 2019

It's a good course

par Anumeha S

Nov 29, 2017

it was really good


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par Cynthia A

Mar 11, 2018

I did not encounter "aha" moments of learning but the actual information was a great refresher and very useful. The subject matter does offer a bit of an outline to deal with relationship differences. The subject matters breaks down elements of differences and similarities in relationships in a manner that one (as a coach or counselor) can follow and apply. The most frustrating thing was the instructor's use of the word "like" after every other word; that was annoying. Please people learn to articulate properly when giving an instructional video.

par Ethan F

Apr 24, 2017

Course design is pretty uneven in pace, engagement and expectation setting. The interactive segments could be better. Also, the core content feels like a hodge-podge of different sources thrown together to support the Professor's lexicon.