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About The Gottman Institute
The Bringing Baby Home project is housed at The Gottman Institute, co-founded by Drs. John and Julie Schwartz Gottman. The Gottman Institute has two major functions: helping couples directly, and providing state-of-the-art training to mental health professionals and other health care providers. The Gottman Institute applies leading-edge research on marriage in a practical, down-to-earth therapy and trains therapists committed to helping couples. No other approach to couples education and therapy has relied on such intensive, detailed, and long-term scientific study of why marriages succeed or fail.
It is TGI's mission to reach out to families in order to help create and maintain greater love and health in relationships. The Institute is committed to an ongoing program of research that increases the understanding of relationships and adds to the development of interventions that have been carefully evaluated. TGI's goal is to make services accessible to the broadest reach of people across race, religion, class, culture, sexual orientation, and ethnicity.
TGI is also committed to the care and support of our Institute team, as we know that compassion must begin with ourselves.
How the BBH project advances The Gottman Institute’s Mission
The Bringing Baby Home project advances TGI's mission by disseminating knowledge through the BBH Workshop and Support Groups, which are designed to improve the lives of infants and children by building emotionally intelligent and sensitive families.
It also advances that mission through conducting high-quality research that tests the effectiveness of this program. Additionally, the program furthers our mission by disseminating knowledge.
For more information about The Gottman Institute, please visit www.gottman.com