The Arts and Science of Relationships: Understanding Human Needs

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About this course: This course provides an introduction to: 1. Basic concepts of The Strategies and Skills Learning and Development System (SSLD), their relevance for every day relationships and provide advanced concepts for participants who work in fields of social work and health care . 2. Basic practice principles and methods of SSLD, illustrated by relationship management case studies. 3. The SSLD framework for relationship management assessment; N3C (needs, circumstances, characteristics, capacity) and problem translation. 4. Core competencies in the relationship management application of the SSLD system: Observation learning, simulation, real life implementation, review and monito…

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About this course: This course provides an introduction to: 1. Basic concepts of The Strategies and Skills Learning and Development System (SSLD), their relevance for every day relationships and provide advanced concepts for participants who work in fields of social work and health care . 2. Basic practice principles and methods of SSLD, illustrated by relationship management case studies. 3. The SSLD framework for relationship management assessment; N3C (needs, circumstances, characteristics, capacity) and problem translation. 4. Core competencies in the relationship management application of the SSLD system: Observation learning, simulation, real life implementation, review and monitoring.

Who is this class for: For those who wish to know how to manage relationships better and for those who would like to learn about the SSLD system.

Created by:  University of Toronto
  • Taught by:  A. Ka Tat Tsang, Founder of the SSLD System; Professor and Factor-Inwentash Chair in Social Work in the Global Community

    Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Module 1 - Relationships in Our Lives
Introducing the course and the basic concepts of SSLD (Strategies & Skills Learning & Development).


21 videos, 7 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Practice Quiz: Optional: Demographic Survey
  2. Practice Quiz: Optional: Pre-course quiz regarding learning expectation
  3. Reading: Our Dedicated Team
  4. Reading: Course Readings and Resources
  5. Video: Introducing Your Course Instructor!
  6. Video: What is this course about?
  7. Reading: Recommended Reading for Module 1
  8. Video: Relationships Overview
  9. Video: 1.1 Why do people get involved in relationships?
  10. Reading: Needs and Wants
  11. Video: 1.2 Intrinsic & Extrinsic Needs
  12. Video: 1.3 Relationships & Self
  13. Video: 1.4 Relationship & Wellness
  14. Video: What is SSLD?
  15. Video: 1.5 Introducing N3C
  16. Video: 1.6 Individualized N3C
  17. Video: 1.7 N3C: Circumstances
  18. Video: 1.8 N3C: Characteristics
  19. Video: 1.9 N3C: Capacity
  20. Video: Relationship & N3C
  21. Video: Problem Translation
  22. Reading: Examples of Problem Translation
  23. Practice Quiz: Your attitude towards differences
  24. Video: 1.10 Differences & Biodiversity
  25. Video: 1.11 Similarities & Differences
  26. Video: 1.12 Capacity to deal with differences
  27. Practice Quiz: Differences in Relationships
  28. Video: 1.13 Managing Differences
  29. Video: 1.14 Managing Differences: Examples
  30. Video: Conclusion
  31. Reading: Module 1 Lecture Note
  32. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 1

Graded: Why do YOU have relationships?
Graded: N3C Case Analysis Practice
Graded: The Controlling Partner: Underlying Needs
Graded: Managing Differences

WEEK 2


Module 2 - Getting Started
SSLD conceptualization of relationship: Addressing participants’ needs as key condition of possibility. This module will discuss the social exchange theory, life-scripts, managing differences, and responsive assertiveness


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  1. Video: Overview of Module 2
  2. Reading: Introduction to Social Scripts
  3. Video: 2.1 Social Scripts
  4. Video: 2.2 Social Scripts and Traps
  5. Video: 2.3 Social Scripts and Traps: Consumerism
  6. Reading: Recommended Reading on Attachment Theory
  7. Video: 2.4 Social Scripts: Attachment Theory
  8. Video: 2.5 SSLD on changing relationship pattern
  9. Video: 2.6 Natural Imagination
  10. Video: 2.7 Game Plan & Human Nature
  11. Video: 2.8 "The One" Myth
  12. Practice Quiz: Form of Relationships
  13. Video: 2.9 How much is up to us?
  14. Video: 2.10 Mind Reading Fantasy
  15. Video: 2.11 Spontaneity
  16. Video: 2.12 Game Plan
  17. Video: How to Create a Game Plan for your relationship?
  18. Video: Online Dating
  19. Discussion Prompt: Share your online dating experience
  20. Reading: Recommended Reading on Initial Contact
  21. Practice Quiz: How important are they?
  22. Video: 2.13 Initial Contact 1: First Impression
  23. Video: 2.14 Initial Contact 2: Body Language
  24. Video: 2.15 Initial Contact 3: Positive Reframing
  25. Video: 2.16 Initial Contact 4: Summary
  26. Discussion Prompt: Initial Contacts - What do you think?
  27. Video: Conclusion
  28. Reading: Module 2 Lecture Notes
  29. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 2

Graded: Your Social Scripts and Relationships
Graded: Strategies on Changing Relationship Pattern
Graded: Create a game plan for your first (or next) date!
Graded: Impression management

WEEK 3


Module 3 - Communication
This module covers topics on how to build and manage your relationships through effective communication skills such as listening, understanding, reception, and expression.


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  1. Reading: Recommended Reading for Module 3
  2. Video: Overview of Module 3
  3. Video: 3.1 The 4 Content Areas
  4. Video: 3.2 Four Content Areas - How are they useful?
  5. Video: 3.3 Reception Overview
  6. Video: 3.4 Reception - Ideas 1: Attitudes
  7. Video: 3.5 Reception - Ideas 2: Position
  8. Video: 3.6 Reception - Ideas 3: Opinions
  9. Video: 3.7 Reception - Emotional Content
  10. Practice Quiz: What are their emotions?
  11. Video: 3.8 Reception - Importance of Understanding Someone's Needs
  12. Practice Quiz: Needs Assessment through Conversations
  13. Video: 3.9 Reception - Needs
  14. Video: 3.10 Attributions 1: Introduction
  15. Video: 3.11 Attributions 2: Multiple Contingencies Thinking
  16. Video: 3.12 Attributions 3: Needs
  17. Video: 3.13 Signifying Acts
  18. Video: 3.14 Signifying Acts and Culture
  19. Video: 3.15 Cultural Literacy Approach
  20. Video: Reception to Expression
  21. Video: 3.16 Expression: Facts
  22. Video: 3.17 Expression - Ideas 1: Matching N3C
  23. Video: 3.18 Expression - Ideas 2: Technical Tips
  24. Video: 3.19 Expression - Ideas 3: Staying Attuned
  25. Video: 3.20 Expression - Emotions 1: Experience, Expression and Feedback
  26. Video: 3.21 Expression - Emotions 2: Regulations
  27. Video: 3.22 Expression - Emotions 3: Emotional Work
  28. Practice Quiz: Expressing Emotions
  29. Video: 3.23 Expression - Needs
  30. Video: Conclusion
  31. Video: Emotional work vs. Emotional Regulation
  32. Reading: Module 3 Lecture Notes
  33. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 3

Graded: Identifying the 4 content areas
Graded: Differentiating Needs & Wants
Graded: Listening to Needs
Graded: Understanding Attributions & Signifying Acts
Graded: Expressing Facts or Ideas
Graded: Expressing Needs
Graded: Learning to Manage Your Emotions Better?

WEEK 4


Module 4 - Building Relationships that Work for You
This module addresses relationship building based on communication, reception, and expression skills learned in Module 3. Additional topics on relationship problems will also be discussed.


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  1. Reading: Recommended Reading for Module 4
  2. Video: Overview of Module 4
  3. Video: 4.1 Social Exchange Theory and Beyond
  4. Practice Quiz: Examining the Social Exchange Perspective
  5. Video: 4.2 Value Reconsidered
  6. Video: 4.3 The 6 Domains of Our Lifeworld
  7. Video: 4.4 The Issue of Power
  8. Practice Quiz: Driving factors of Power in a Relationship
  9. Video: 4.5 Power, Balance and Giving
  10. Video: 4.6 Compatibility: Needs
  11. Video: 4.7 Compatibility: Circumstances
  12. Video: 4.8 Compatibility: Characteristics & Capacity
  13. Video: 4.9 Compatibility, Differences and Changes
  14. Video: 4.10 Intimacy
  15. Video: 4.11 Idea of Intimacy 1
  16. Video: 4.12 Idea of Intimacy 2
  17. Video: 4.13 Fear of Intimacy
  18. Video: 4.14 Fear of Commitment
  19. Video: 4.15 Building Intimacy
  20. Video: 4.16 The Role of Physical Intimacy
  21. Video: 4.17 Intimacy and Sharing of Personal Difficulties
  22. Video: 4.18 Physical Intimacy and Presence
  23. Practice Quiz: Enhancing presence online
  24. Video: 4.19 SSLD Strategies for Building & Maintaining Relationships
  25. Reading: Relationship Building Tools
  26. Video: 4.20 To Grow or Not to Grow?
  27. Video: 4.21 Growth and Intimacy
  28. Video: 4.22 Stability or Excitement?
  29. Video: 4.23 Happenings or Rituals?
  30. Video: 4.24 Achieving Win-Win Arrangements
  31. Video: Conclusion
  32. Reading: Module 4 Lecture Notes
  33. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 4

Graded: What are the 6 domains of our lifeworld?
Graded: Assessing Compatibility
Graded: Exploring Your Own Idea of Intimacy
Graded: Creating Your Own Happenings and Rituals
Graded: Valuable Lessons Learned

WEEK 5


Module 5 - Challenges, Endings, and Transformation
Introduction to the concept of Six Domains of Human Life and its application in different parts of a relationship. This module explores the transformation and termination of relationships and their challenges.


21 videos, 3 readings, 6 practice quizzes expand


  1. Reading: Recommended Reading for Module 5
  2. Video: Overview of Module 5
  3. Video: 5.1 Culture, History, and Technology
  4. Practice Quiz: Cultural Rules
  5. Video: 5.2 Six Domains of Transformation - Environment
  6. Video: 5.3 Six Domains of Transformation - Cognition
  7. Video: 5.4 Six Domains of Transformation - Emotion & Motivation
  8. Video: 5.5 Six Domains of Transformation - Body & Behaviour
  9. Practice Quiz: Where do you experience it in your body?
  10. Video: 5.6 Mutual Needs
  11. Video: 5.7 Separation-Individuation 1
  12. Video: 5.8 Separation-Individuation 2
  13. Video: 5.9 How can we deal with each other's unmet needs?
  14. Video: 5.10 Aging: Part 1
  15. Video: 5.11 Aging: Part 2
  16. Practice Quiz: Relationships and Aging
  17. Practice Quiz: Optional Quiz: Love Beyond Death
  18. Video: 5.12 Transformation & Termination
  19. Practice Quiz: Experience of Termination
  20. Video: 5.13 Coping with transformation and termination
  21. Video: 5.14 Coping with emotional challenges
  22. Video: 5.15 Coping with major life transitions
  23. Video: 5.16 Self-Preservation
  24. Video: 5.17 Difficult Transition
  25. Video: 5.18 Lifeworld Design
  26. Video: Conclusion
  27. Practice Quiz: Your Transformed Relationship
  28. Video: The Breakup Journey
  29. Reading: Module 5 Lecture Notes
  30. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 5

Graded: Relationships that Need to be Transformed
Graded: Transformed Relationships
Graded: Managing Transformation
Graded: Get Over Self-Blame and Guilt
Graded: Managing the Emotional Challenges of Transformation/Termination
Graded: Major Transitions in Life

WEEK 6


Module 6 - Relationships & Self
The final module covers various topics related to relationships, including love, sexuality, intimacy, and relationship problems.


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  1. Video: Overview of Module 6
  2. Video: 6.1 What is Love
  3. Video: 6.2 Six Domains of Love
  4. Video: 6.3 Concluding on What is Love
  5. Video: 6.4 Sexuality
  6. Video: 6.5 Needs Addressed by Sex
  7. Video: 6.6 Psychological Needs
  8. Video: 6.7 Social Needs
  9. Video: 6.8 Spirituality
  10. Video: 6.9 Sex and Quality of Relationship
  11. Video: 6.10 Diversity in Sexual Expression
  12. Video: 6.11 Erotic Justice
  13. Video: 6.12 Instrumental Relationships
  14. Video: 6.13 Relationship Problems - Communication
  15. Video: 6.14 A Case on Relationship Problem
  16. Video: 6.15 Dealing with Relationship Problems
  17. Video: 6.16 Affairs: Part 1
  18. Video: 6.17 Affairs: Part 2 - Affairs and Beyond
  19. Video: 6.18 Dysfunctional Relationships
  20. Video: 6.19 The Challenges of Transformation and Change
  21. Video: 6.20 It all comes back to the self: The SSLD ideal
  22. Video: Concluding the Course
  23. Video: Engaging Non-Normative Sexualities & Desires
  24. Reading: Module 6 Lecture Notes
  25. Reading: Additional Resources for Module 6
  26. Practice Quiz: Course Evaluation

Graded: Your Own Idea of Love
Graded: Activity, Interaction, and Relationship
Graded: Communicating the Meaning of Sex
Graded: Deviant Sexual Practice and Culture
Graded: Social Disadvantage and Sexual Life-Chances
Graded: Dysfunctional Relationship
Graded: Review
Graded: Sharing A Good Lesson
Graded: Have You Changed?

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