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In the Media | 07.12.19

Couple and Family Therapy Graduates Share Thoughts on Building Healthy Relationships

Twins Jan and Jill Yuhas, alumnae of the Master of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy program in Chicago, discussed building a business rooted in their core values during an interview with Thrive Global. Known as “the Love Twins,” Jan and Jill own Chicago-based Entwined Lifestyle, Inc., where they work with entrepreneurial women as love and lifestyle coaches to help promote healthy relationships.

Read more about the Yuhas twins in the Thrive Global article “Jan and Jillian Yuhas: “Let’s start a movement to return the value of commitment to the dating scene.”

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