By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
Miami, FL, September 16, 2021 –(PR.com)– Several of South Florida’s premier relationship experts will graciously provide their professional insight and experience to an audience of couples and singles alike at Be Strong International’s Annual (BSI) Marriage Makeover Affair, occurring Thursday, September 23, 2021, at the Embassy Suites in Miami from 6: 30 to 8: 30 p.m.
Panelists include Jerome Washington, owner and founder of JW Therapy Group, who has been in the mental health field for 21 years counseling couples in proper communication, mutual respect and trust. Salima Harris, licensed therapist at Wellspring Counseling and renowned author Rev. Ryan A. Johnson and Dr. Delvena Tom, who have worked with celebrities, athletes, high-stress occupations and military personnel in dealing with relationship and divorce issues.
“We’re excited to have this panel of experts speak to our program participants as well as anyone who is looking for advice to help them in their relationships,” Celida Hernandez (outreach liaison for Be Strong’s Marriage Matters) says. “It goes without saying, that everyone will leave this event wiser and more equipped to deal with the challenges that come with marriage.”
Guests can enjoy a buffet of food prepared by a wonderful team of chefs at the Embassy Suites at Miami International Airport, 3974 N.W. South River Drive, Miami, FL 33142. For those who are unable to attend the event in person, but still wish to benefit from it, there will be a virtual option. Every guest, online or in person, will be entered into a raffle to win prizes. Spa treatments courtesy of Optimal Health and Skin, vacation packages offered by Elite Island Resorts and a dinner for two by Dr. Cesar Javellana from the Miller West Animal Hospital will be the prizes.
This event will be hosted by BSI’s Marriage Matters Program. This program is designed to educate and encourage couples in the areas communication, problem-solving and relationship strengthening. It also focuses on intimacy, parenting, financial literacy, and financial literacy. They aim to help married couples of all ages and stages to create and sustain a happy marriage.
The event is free but has limited capacity so register at bestrongintl.org/marriagemakeover while tickets are still available.
For inquiries or to arrange an interview, contact Nicholas Fernandez at email@example.com
Be Strong International, Inc.
305-969-7829, ext. 105
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