Y2K offers relationship seminarsPublished 8:08pm Saturday, May 18, 2013
The Y2K Academy will begin offering “Heart to Heart,” a new resource for military members and other individuals desiring healthier relationships.
The new program will kick off June 7 in Suffolk with an eight-week seminar entitled “Top 10 Relational Needs,” which is designed to introduce relationship principles for anyone hoping to deepen the connections among mates, friends and family.
The course is free, but workbooks are $15 each. Space is limited, so registration is required by visiting Y2KAcademy.webs.com by May 26.
“With Hampton Roads being home to the world’s largest military base, Y2K Academy desires to assist military families maintain healthier relationships, due to the severe emotional, economic and mental trauma divorce causes for children,” said Y2K founder Dr. Princella Johnson. “Stronger military marriages (lead to) stronger national defense. In Heart to Heart, attendees will learn what it sounds like to meet the need of attention, what it looks like to show support, how impacting it can be when we meet the need of comfort and so much more.”
Y2K Academy is a character education, academic support and workforce development program that uses social media and technology to mentor youth, fathers and mothers.
For more information, call 925-4545 or email email@example.com.