Author - Jacqui Christie
Why you need to read this book
Your relationship is like groundhog day. You dont understand your partner. Now is the time to reconnect.
Your head and your heart are in conflict.
Neuroscience can help rewire old patterns of behaviour so you truly know each other.
Bring back the spark, it is within you. All you need to understand is how to do so.
Jacqui is an author, clinical psychologist, family violence specialist, relationship expert and public speaker.
With more than 20 years of experience, Jacqui enjoys helping men and women empower themselves. During her career she has counselled, coached, trained and empowered thousands of people.
In addition to speaking about relationships and women's personal development at events and seminars, she has been featured as a relationship expert in the media - Cleo, Women's health magazine, The Age and Love Destinations which was a TV special about Love.
Jacqui's formal training includes a master's degree in psychology and additional clinical psychology study to earn her clinical registration. She is also an accredited Psycho-biological approach to couples therapy (PACT) level 2 therapist.
Her professional associations include Australian Psychological Association, the College of Counselling Psychologists, the Psychology Board of Australia and World Vision.
Jacqui Christie is the author of Rewire Your Relationship she lives in Victoria, Australia with her partner of 37 years.
What you will learn
How to transform your relationship into a lasting source of love, intimate connection and companionship
How to empower each other with the confidence and tools to craft make- or- break moments and weather the key stages in your relationship
How to feel safe and secure with your partner
What you will learn
That there is a way to repair your connection with each other
How to understand your partner's brain and why they keep doing the things they do
Why your attachment style plays such a vital role in your relationship
What your partner needs and how to give it to them