Instructor: Alfonso R. | June 26th – July 31st | Sundays 4p-8p | Live in Lemon Grove (SD)
Promise Church – 1821 Sonoma Ln., Lemon Grove, CA 91945

R3 Academy Team

Instructor: Alfonso

This is the amazing instructor who will be with you for your entire R3 Academy for Couples.

Your Instructor has many years of experience and receives high marks from participants for enthusiasm and empathy. Our R3 Academy representatives will also be in touch throughout your experience.

Course Schedule

Starting June 26, 2022 | Sundays 4p-8p
Begin Enrollment by: June 16th



June 26, 2022
What Makes for a World Class Relationship?: The pillars to a “World Class Relationship” are unveiled, giving couples a road map for the R3 Academy for Couples.


June 26, 2022
Necessary Steps to Make a World Class Relationship a Reality: Couples learn what to do, what not to do, and why they act in certain ways in their relationship. Eye opening and empowering, this session sets things in motion for deeper growth and nurturing satisfaction and happiness.


July 3, 2022
Power Listening is the Key to Unlock a World Class Relationship: Learning how to listen is the missing ingredient in many couple relationships. After this session, it will no longer be missing, and will likely become the most transformative communication skill in the relationship.


July 3, 2022
Changing Behaviors for a World Class Relationship: To grow in a relationship from where it is, changes need to be made. Couples discover how change is possible, but not in the way most people think. Learn new ways of thinking and communicating that make change possible, even probable.


July 10, 2022
Surrender & Caring in a World Class Relationship: In couple relationships, both partners yearn to be loved and cared for. In other relationships, people desire to be appreciated. This session is filled with self-discovery of what makes you feel loved and appreciated.


July 10, 2022
Learn the 6-Step Win-Win Process to Resolve Conflicts: Conflicts in relationships are inevitable. How we deal with conflicts can build up or tear down a relationship. This session provides insights and skills to help couples strengthen their relationship as a result of how they handle conflict.


July 17, 2022
Apology & Forgiveness in a World Class Relationship: Apology and forgiveness are essential for growth and health in a lasting couple relationship. Couples find the session enlightening, liberating and healing to their relationship.


July 17, 2022
Nurturing the Relationship: Growth in a relationship takes intentionality and purpose. Couples take time to create a list of relationship-nourishing ideas that will take things to a new level.


July 24, 2022
Dealing with Difficult Emotions: Couples can get blindsided by negative emotions and feelings. This session kicks off with a focus on “Dealing with Difficult Emotions”. Learn what they are and what to do when they emerge.


July 24, 2022
Tools to Deal with Difficult Emotions : Couples learn about triggers and how to manage difficult emotions in the midst of life.


July 31, 2022
Creating a Plan to Deal with Difficult Emotions: With dozens of new tools to deal with difficult emotions, couples review their toolbox and identify the tools they want to use individually and as a couple.


July 31, 2022
Making Money Work: The issue of money is often a stress point for families. Learn how to reduce the stress by better understanding finances, setting a budget in motion, and creating a plan that works for the entire family.

Steps to Enroll in the R3 Academy

Healthy Relationships California (HRC) offers the R3 Academy for Couples free of charge to California residents thanks to a federal grant that offsets all the costs for the program.

HRC is required to enroll participants with a multi-step process. Due to limited space per R3 Academy and the high demand to attend, completing the enrollment process as soon as possible is advised.

Step 1:

Complete an online survey to ensure you are eligible for the R3 Academy for Couples. To be eligible, you need to live in California and enroll with your partner.

Step 2:

Reply and agree to the Privacy Statement plus read and sign the Consent form you’ll receive via email.

Step 3:

Complete a confidential demographic survey, conducted by phone with an R3 Academy Representative.

Step 4:

In addition to offering the R3 Academy, HRC is also researching the impact our programs have on participants. Prior to starting the program, an R3 Academy Representative will call to give you a survey that asks general questions about your relationship with your child/children and your partner/co-parent. All responses are confidential. (Note, steps 3 and 4 can be done at the same time).

After Step 4 is completed, you’ll be officially enrolled to attend an R3 Academy.

Fully enrolled participants will receive a shipment prior to the first session that includes the course curricula, an R3 Academy polo shirt, and other program materials.

You also will be contacted several times throughout the course by an assigned R3 Academy Coach, who is available to offer advice, referrals, or any assistance needed.

R3 Academy Polo

Various Sizes Available

R3 Academy Curricula

Comprehensive Reference & Exercise Manuals


More Cool Merch
like keychains and stuff
The R3 Academy Customer Service Line is available to answer your questions. Leave a message, 24/7, at (877) 989-7501 and an R3 Academy Representative will respond within 2 business days.
These programs teach valuable relationship skills that have been helpful to many! These programs are not, however, intended for treatment of domestic violence, drug or alcohol abuse, or other addictions. If you are experiencing any of these in your relationship, we urge you to seek additional support. If you need help with domestic violence:
Funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: #90ZB0026. These services are available to all eligible persons, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, or religion.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.