On Campus Program

Loving Like You Mean It Emotional Mindfulness to Transform Relationships

For everyone.

No matter how hard we try, many of us struggle to make love work. The main issue getting in our way is that our adult brains are running on outdated software. Our early relationship programming causes us to fear being more emotionally present and authentic with our partners—precisely what’s needed to build loving connections. But we don’t have to remain prisoners to our past. WHAT YOU’LL EXPERIENCE
• Emotional mindfulness
• Anxiety regulation
• Mindful communication

Grounded in cutting-edge neuroscience and attachment theory, this program with Ronald J. Frederick and Timothy J. Beyer presents a proven four-step approach to using the power of emotional mindfulness to help you

  • Identify when your old programming gets activated
  • End unhelpful patterns of behavior
  • Manage and make good use of your emotions
  • Develop more effective ways to relate to your partner.

The capacity for cultivating healthy, loving connections is inside all of us, just waiting to come out. Return home with tools that can help you turn your relationship around and get back on track.

Recommended reading Ronald J. Frederick, Loving Like You Mean It

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Program at a Glance

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Program Theme
Relationships and Sexuality


Ronald J. Frederick, PhD, is a psychologist, author of Loving Like You Mean It and Living Like You Mean It, and cofounder of the Center for Courageous Living.

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Timothy J. Beyer, PhD, is cofounder of the Center for Courageous Living in Beverly Hills, California. His passion lies in helping others achieve their goals and realize their best life.

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