Willis Courtney, M.D. and Pam Brown Courtney Are Committed To Domestic Violence Prevention Education
Sustaining a partnership for almost 30 years has not been an easy task. However, it has been a task worth the investment for my husband, Willis Courtney, M.D., and myself, Pam Brown Courtney. My husband is a first generation physician who practices Independent Medical Exams (IMEs) in neurology/epilepsy, and I am a first generation real estate entrepreneur who develops, invests and educates in real estate. We understand the challenges many couples face today. Dr. Courtney comes from a two-parent household in rural McGhee, Arkansas. He says the example his father set by the way he treated his wife for almost 50 years, who was also Dr. Courtney's mother, set in motion the skills he needed to participate in our partnership of marriage. In contrast to my husband I was exposed to domestic violence and a single parent household at an early age. Together, Dr. Courtney and I are the founders of CNTI, Courtney's Neuroplasticity Training Institute, where our goal is to help couples experience having a great working partnership, which is one of life’s most rewarding experiences. Building strong, lasting, loving relationships takes time and skills to learn. Navigating the waters of positive communication is no easy undertaking. Avoiding the pit falls of physical and mental abuse, domestic violence and unhealthy relationships is a learned behavior. We provide you with the training and tools you will need to create a healthy, rewarding relationship experience.
As a board certified neurologist/epileptologist, studying the brain has been a part of Dr. Courtney's 23-year practice. His training provides you with the tools you will need to enjoy the benefits of great communication in your partnership.
"As the wife, PBC, I say, let’s learn to Partake in Brilliant Conversations," Dr. Courtney says. "We look forward to seeing you at our next group training session or call us for confidential consultations for corporations, small group sessions or individuals. We can also meet the requirements of your job, court or school for anger management coursework in all 50 states." For more information about CNTI (Courtney's Neuroplasticity Training Institute), call Pam Brown Courtney at:
(501) 940-1506 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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&Dr. Willis and Pam Brown Courtney Are Committed To Domestic Violence Educational Training.