Getting the Love You Want – Imago Relationship Therapy
This renowned, intensive, two-day workshop for couples, married or unmarried, provides the insights and methods needed to discover the joyous and even spiritual, potential that awaits us in a committed relationship. By learning how to transform their relationship through personal change and growth, couples often receive from this two-day workshop, the benefit of three to six months of weekly couple’s therapy. This workshop provides a profound benefit for couples who seek to enrich a good relationship, are beginning a relationship, are in a difficult relationship, want to resolve long-standing conflicts, and for those who are near break up or divorce and want to decide if the relationship can be saved. This workshop also provides a rare venue for therapists, counselors, clergy members and others who work with couples to gain invaluable professional skills. The workshop consists of audio-visual instructions, written exercises, guided imagery, live demonstrations of necessary communication skills and life changing processes that couples actively put into practice during the weekend. Although couples come together in a large group to hear presentations, you share only with your partner, as confidentiality and safety is maintained throughout the workshop.
Rick Brown is Executive Director of the Institute for Relationship Therapy. He offers national and international workshops and seminars for couples, as well as training for qualified therapists in the theory and practice of relationship therapy. Rick has trained hundreds of psychiatrists, psychologists, marriage and family therapists and other mental health professionals. Rick is a graduate of Florida State University, Princeton and Union Theological Seminary. He is a pastoral psychotherapist and licensed mental health counselor with over 28 years of clinical experience working with individuals, couples, and families. His appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show for his expertise in creating intimacy in even the most difficult relationships was named by Oprah as one of her Top 20 episodes.
- 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Saturday Program
- 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Sunday Program