What is rIQ?
"Equipping Young Adults for Healthy Relationships."
Relationship IQ provides a powerful method for talking about relationships with young adults. When we say "relationships," we mean ALL relationships — connections with friends, family, romantic partners, co-workers, professors, roommates and God.
The Relationship IQ program is housed in the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University. It is designed for academic institutions, churches, and other organizations — any group needing to better help young adults navigate relationships. Relationship IQ is not therapy — it is a combination of social science research and theology that has changed the lives of tens of thousands of young adults.
Want to know more about us? Visit the Meet Us page to find out more about Kelly Haer, Executive Director of the Boone Center for the Family, and check out the Friend to Friend page to learn more about the current interns: Matt Abracosa, Jessa Lebens, Austin Berg, and CJ Bergstrom.