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IMAGO: A Theory and Therapy of Couplehood with Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. - Week-Long Conference
Length: 15 hours
Additional Participant CE: $29.99
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If you dread your next appointment with a couple, avoid doing couples therapy altogether but would like to, or love couples and want to do it better, this course is for you. This is a rare opportunity to study and learn a theory and methodology that will help you love working with couples from the co-founder of Imago Relationship Therapy and one of the masters of marital therapy, Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. Not only will you discover a radical new theory of couplehood, you will be immersed in watching demonstrations of the dialogue process and getting some coaching as you practice this transformational process.
Imago Relationship Therapy, a theory and therapy of couplehood, integrates, synthesizes, and extends the insights of the major Western psychological systems, behavioral science, and spiritual disciplines into a uniquely comprehensive and systematic system of love relationships. Imago Therapy translates the theory into practice.
The “Imago” is a composite image in the unconscious of the significant character traits and behaviors of childhood primary caretakers. Our unconscious pairs us with an “Imago match” an individual who is like our caretakers in significant ways to recreate our childhood psychological dynamics in an attempt to heal the central wounds we carry. Imago Relationship Therapy uses this context to transform relationships into a therapeutic encounter for each partner’s psychological and spiritual self-completion.
This skill-building, week-long seminar will give you the means of getting to the heart of most couples’ most profound power struggle - their failure to get each other to meet leftover developmental needs from childhood. Instead, each partner tries to coerce the other to match the distorted inner image of their early caretakers (called the Imago) through blame, shame and criticism. Through Imago Relationship Therapy you’ll learn a way of offering couples another option - to create a conscious and committed relationship in which they increase their capacity to offer acceptance and compassion to both themselves and their partner.
- Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy
- Introduction to Dialogue: The Flagship of Imago
- Demonstration: Mirroring
- Phenomenology: Explain Supervisory Process
- Practice: Mirroring
- New Learnings
- How to use Evolutionary Journey with Couples
- The Power of Validation and Empathy
- Integrating Validation and Empathy: When and How
- Demonstration of Intentional Dialogue: Emphasis on the rhythm and how to shift energy
- Video of Couples Session
- Practice: Imago Dialogue
- New Learnings
- How to use the Psychological and Social Journey with couples
- The importance of moving clients from content to affect
- The dance between regression and progression
- Using Sentence Stems and Doubling to deepen Demonstration: Intentional Dialogue using stems and doubling Practice the Intentional Dialogue using stems and doubling
- New Learnings
- Other Processes in Imago and when to use them
- Introducing the positive and finding the balance
- How to Introduce Imago: The Initial Interview
- Demonstration: The Initial Interview
- Practice: The Initial Interview
- Affairs: An Imago Approach Questions and Answers
- Closing: Where to go from here
Participants will be able to:
- Define Imago Relationship Therapy
- Describe the Dialogue: The Flagship of Imago
- Observe a Demonstration of Mirroring Practice
- Mirroring technique
- Describe how to use Evolutionary Journey with Couples
- Discuss the Power of Validation and Empathy
- Describe when and how to integrate Validation and Empathy.
- Observe Demonstration of Intentional Dialogue: Emphasis on the rhythm and how to shift energy
- Discuss how to use the Psychological and Social Journey with couples
- Describe the importance of moving clients from content to affect
- Discuss Using Sentence Stems and Doubling
- Describe How to Introduce Imago and the Initial Interview
- Discuss Affairs from An Imago Approach Observe and practice The Initial Interview
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Harville Hendrix Ph.D., is a clinical pastoral counselor whose specialization in couples therapy led to the co-development with his wife Helen LaKelly Hunt, of Imago Relationship Therapy which is practiced in 30 countries by over 2000 Imago therapists. Dr. Hendrix’ work has been featured on Oprah 17 times. He has won many awards and an honorary degree. He and Helen live in NYC and NM and have six children and four grandchildren.
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- Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.
Harville Hendrix, Ph. D. is a clinical pastoral counselor who holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and Theology from the University of Chicago and is a former professor at Southern Methodist University. He is known internationally as the co-founder with his wife, Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph. D. of a couples therapy called Imago Relationship Therapy. Together they co-founded Imago Relationships International, an international non-profit organization that offers training, support and promotion of the work of 2000 Imago therapists in 30 countries.
Harville is the author of GETTING THE LOVE YOU WANT: A Guide for Couples (which has sold over 2 million copies) and KEEPING THE LOVE YOU FIND: A Personal Guide, both New York Times best sellers. With Helen he co-authored GIVING THE LOVE THAT HEALS: A Guide for Parents, also a best seller, and RECEIVING LOVE: Transform Your Relationship by Letting Yourself Be Loved plus three meditation books, two study guides and a video for couples seen on more than 300 public television stations. Their books are published in over 57 languages.
Referred to by Oprah Winfrey as the "Marriage Whisperer¯", Harville has been featured on the Oprah show 17 times winning Oprah an Emmy for "most socially redemptive"¯ daytime talk show, was ranked in her top twenty shows and recently received the #2 spot for Oprah's "Greatest Aha Moments."¯ Harville has appeared on multiple television talk shows and is a sought after lecturer. For the past 4 years, his passion helped ignite a global movement to educate the culture about the value of healthy intimate relationships, which included working with the top Couples Therapists in the nation. Harville and Helen have been married since 1982, have 6 children and 5 grandchildren and live in New York City.
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