CRE Launches All-New Website

We’re excited to announce our new website, designed with you in mind!

The Center for Relationship Education is dedicated to making relationships work for students, adults, couples, and corporate teams. Great relationships begin here, and now it’s even easier to navigate opportunities that will best serve you when seeking relationship education curricula and workshops. Customer feedback played a big part in helping redesign the site, making it easier than ever before to:

  • Find and register for the relationship workshop that fits your needs.
  • Research and purchase the ideal curriculum to help you impact your community.
  • Bring engaging relationship training to your group.
  • Utilize online resources and training videos for your curriculum.



Here you’ll find all of our workshop experiences. Options exist for couples, adults, military, curriculum educators, and corporations. 


Compare and contrast each of our 5 curricula. Curriculum is available for teaching people of all ages, beginning in 4th grade and extending through adults.​


Browse relationship articles, videos, research, and more. You can filter by topic, content type or keyword.

Customer Resources

Existing customers have access to exclusive educational resources, customized for each product. Download and utilize classroom materials, curriculum updates, educator resources and training videos. Note: A password is required to access customer resources. It is found on the 2nd page of your curriculum. If you do not have your password, please email to retrieve it.

Have feedback?

Your feedback is very important to us as we strive to develop a website that is valuable to you. Please submit any questions, comments, and concerns to this feedback form.

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