WE3 Couple Relationship Seminars

Savannah Ellis & Joe Whitcomb present the WE3 Couple Seminars

You know that the health of your marriage is a powerful influence on every part of your life. A difficult or wearisome relationship, or one that lacks trust and intimacy, will cause you to bring stress into your workplace, undermine your physical health, increase financial hardship, and ultimately undermine your overall quality of life and sense of well-being.

When both spouses feel secure, loved and respected, with safeguards in place for the inevitable challenges that will arise, they are often better equipped to move confidently through life’s daily hassles and heartbreaks.

A healthy and happy marriage doesn’t happen by chance – it grows from a commitment to daily habits that build the relationship rather than undermining it. Every day requires a decision to choose “WE” over “ME”.

MC-253490872-1-1Joe Whitcomb, M.A. LMFT and Doctoral Candidate and Savannah Ellis, Psychologist, Certified Infidelity Coach and Author have teamed up to bring you proven, effective strategies to help you develop “WE Connections” in your own marriage.

The WE3 Couples Relationship Intensive will help you…

•Change ineffective communication habits
•Break through impasses and get unstuck
•Gain new strategies to effectively resolve conflict
•Deepen understanding of yourself and your spouse
•Build trust and heal from past hurts
•Renew appreciation and affection
•Learn to accept and celebrate differences
•Transform your habits of interaction
•Learn to make requests and navigate agreement
•Build respect and strengthen your connection
•Move from the isolation and alienation of “ME” to an connection and intimacy of “WE”

The WE3 Couples Relationship Intensive program provides…

•A time away from your normal routine, responsibilities and environment
•Focused and exclusive attention given by two experienced marriage counselors with over 20 years of experience and training.
•An opportunity to meet privately as a couple with both counselors
•Faster positive results that may otherwise take weeks or even months or years to achieve
•An opportunity to know that you are not alone and that you can develop a new story of “WE”

Your registration fee includes:

•Snacks and refreshments throughout each day
•Participation in the WE Couples Relationship Intensive!

Don’t wait for the last minute!


  • $1997 per couple
  • $300 Discount for payment 1 month in advance of event

WE3 DATES  – Q 3 & Q 4  2014

August 30 & 31


July 26 & 27

Nov 8 & 9


If you would like to read about the content from our seminars, you can buy a copy of our book Reboot Your Relationship By Savannah Ellis & Joe Whitcomb.




Please contact us before making the decision to join us at an event. Our events are not suitable for all couples and we would like to ensure you are both going to receive maximum benefit by attending. You may receive additional forms to complete prior to registering for the chosen event date. Note that if you contacted us before the cut off date for early bird discount, and you still not have completed the registration process, you WILL receive the early bird discount.


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