The precepts upon which the I Can Relate Game and Process™ are built are well-established in a variety of social-science, theological, and philosophical studies. The empirical research that led to the development of the I Can Relate Model focused on the social sciences and compassionate theology in exploring how to increase well-being in relationships and learning how to manage the effects of anxiety on well-being.
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