Family Life Science Education

Anger Management and Abuse Intervention

Relationship Education

Professional and Community Development

Your partners in accountability.

Family Life Science Education

Family Life Science Education is committed to helping individuals, families, and communities identify issues, learn prosocial and positive relational skills, develop healthier attitudes, and create solutions.

FLSE helps people, families, and communities achieve greater self-awareness and solve problems from an educational perspective with a learning objective within a therapeutic approach.

Family Life Science Educators

All FLSE services are approved by a Certified Family Life Educator. "The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) grants recognition to individuals who have met academic and work experience qualifications in ten family and societal content areas and have indicated expertise in the field of Family Life Education."

All anger management services are provided by a trained facilitator certified by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA).

All violence intervention and domestic violence classes are taught by a certified domestic violence professional and/or trained domestic violence advocate.

FLSE Programs

  • Anger Management and Abuse Intervention Education

  • Relationship Education for Individuals and Couples

  • Relationship Education for Parents and Teens

  • Family Life Workshops for Individuals and Families

  • Family Life Workshops for Communities

  • Family Life Workshops for Professionals

  • Abuse Intervention Workshops for Employers

  • Community Issues Workshops

FLSE Approaches and Theories

  • Cognitive Behavioral

  • Constructivist Learning

  • Culturally Sensitive

  • Ecological

  • Moral Education

  • Psychoeducational

  • Rational Emotive

  • Solution Focused

  • Strength-Based

  • Trauma Focused


FLSE educational programs are evidence-based and evidence-informed. The following CEBC-rated approaches and framework enhance our services:

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),

  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT),

  • and Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP).