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Mission Statement

Our mission is to distribute easily-understood conclusions of the relational sciences to couples, families, individuals, communities and organizations throughout the Dallas area.


Relationship Education programs strengthen the family by teaching people how to succeed in their unions. Healthy couples create healthy families, which in turn nurture successful children who perform well in school. This ultimately creates healthier communities!

Safe Conversations(r) is based upon the most advanced psychological therapies - as well as the latest neurological research - to perfect and teach effective communication and the power of connection. To date, Safe Conversations workshops have served more than 1,400 couples (traditional, single-parent and same-sex), and their children, across the D/FW Metroplex.



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Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend Safe Conversations?

by Christy R. (March 31, 2015)
This was a great volunteer experience. We learned so much listening to the classes! All of the coordinating staff were great to work with and made us feel needed and welcome. Overall amazing experience!
by Doug J. (March 20, 2015)
Safe Conversations created a pivoting point in the relationship I have with my wife and family. I not only use the principles at home but at work in the hospital as well. Thank you Harville and Helen for making a difference in my life and my family's as well.
by Margaret J. (Administrator for this Organization) (March 20, 2015)
I get more from it than I give! I've volunteered numerous times and am always amazed at the positive energy that I gain from helping out. The staff is helpful and appreciative. The attendees are 100% engaged. It's AMAZING!!! (As a plus, they let volunteers observe when FWD! is not immediately needing their help)