On Campus Program

Navigating Interpersonal Conflict in Relationships


Conflict is a natural part of life. If not dealt with properly, lingering conflict can foster insecure relationships and contribute to mental health issues and trauma.

Join founder of The Relationship School® Jayson Gaddis and learn the skills to efficiently and effectively address conflict in your life so you can build more secure, stable, and empowering relationships. Understand how to embrace your fear of conflict and use it to deepen your primary partnerships, friendships, and family relationships.

Through lecture, Q&A, experiential practices, and dyad exercises, you will learn

  • The foundation of an emotionally safe and secure partnership
  • The number one rule about listening that changed Jayson's life 
  • The three most important agreements to have in place before any disagreement 
  • Five steps to repair after any conflict, rupture, or disconnection 
  • The fastest way to work through conflict—and why speed matters to your brain and nervous system.

Return home with the tools to make your partnership—and the world—a safer and more connected place to live. 

Recommended reading and listening Jayson Gaddis, Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High-Stakes Relationships, and The Relationship School (podcast).

Included in Your Stay


Daily Yoga Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Relationships and Sexuality


Jayson Gaddis, MA, a speaker, author, and relationship teacher, is the founder of the Relationship School® and host of the Smart Couple podcast.

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