Practice Not Perfect: Advanced Relationship Skills Class


  • NW Network Community Engagement Center 3818 South Angeline Street Seattle, WA, 98118 United States

You’ve been through our Relationship Skills Series

You’ve tried out some skills

And now you want to share what worked and what feels hard…

We hear you!

The Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse presents “Practice Not Perfect” a 2-part booster course to reinforce your healthy relationship skills.

This is a course for folks who have taken our 7-week Relationship Skills Class, and would like practice and discussion that reinforces skills for the relationships that you want.

During this booster course we will:

  • Troubleshoot some of the common challenges that you’ve encountered since trying out these skills.
  • Practice new exercises that advance our relationship skills
  • Build a support network of like-minded LGBTQ folks who are passionate about having safe and fulfilling relationships!

The session will be held WEDNESDAYS August 2 & August 9.

There are two meeting times each day:

1 pm – 3pm

OR

6 pm – 8 pm (please register for the same time both days, if you need to do something different, email aimee-josiane@nwnetwork.org)

Our Community Engangement space is located in the basement of the Columbia City Church of Hope: 3818 S Angeline St, Seattle, WA 98118. The space has an accessible side entrance located on the left hand side of the building.

*Interpreters are available and happily provided. Please let us know ASAP if you need an interpreter. The Relationship Skills Class is held an accessible space and we ask that folks come to the series with low-to-no scents to keep everyone welcome and present during the series.*

Suggested donation: $90.00. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Scholarships & Trades available.

This class is open to:

Bisexual people & their friends & loved ones
Trans people & their friends & loved ones
Other LGBTQ people and is open to all
Regardless of relationship status or history

For more information, accessibility questions or to register contact Aimée-Josiane at: 206.568.7777 or aimee-josiane@nwnetwork.org