*** NEW WORKSHOP ***
Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy

PART 1

– Dr. Kalanit Ben-Ari

Fri, 10 July 2020

10:00am – 12:00pm BST

Imago Relationship Therapy is a research-supported, systematic theory of relationship therapy developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of Getting the Love you Want: a Guide for Couples, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D. Imago theory powerfully synthesizes major aspects of depth psychology, object relations, systems theory and humanistic-existential theory into a comprehensive approach to working with relationships.

Imago Relationship Theory helps us to understand why we pick the partners we do and why intimate relationships can be so challenging for so many of us. Imago Relationship Therapy gives clients the skills and understanding they need to turn their conflicts into opportunities for the repair of current and past relationship hurts.

The series of Introduction to Imago parts 1-4 are a great ‘taster’ of the approach for new people, and a useful refresher for experienced Imago therapists. Please note that to become an Imago Certified therapist you need to attend the full training course (12 days) and further requirements. For full details have a look here: www.kalanitbenari.com/training-for-therapists

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Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy

PART 2

– Dr. Kalanit Ben-Ari

Fri, 17 July 2020

10:00am – 12:00pm BST

Pre-requisites: Participants require to attend Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy part 1 to be able to join this part.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a research-supported, systematic theory of relationship therapy developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of Getting the Love you Want: a Guide for Couples, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D. Imago theory powerfully synthesizes major aspects of depth psychology, object relations, systems theory and humanistic-existential theory into a comprehensive approach to working with relationships.

Imago Relationship Theory helps us to understand why we pick the partners we do and why intimate relationships can be so challenging for so many of us. Imago Relationship Therapy gives clients the skills and understanding they need to turn their conflicts into opportunities for the repair of current and past relationship hurts.

The series of Introduction to Imago parts 1-4 are a great ‘taster’ of the approach for new people, and a useful refresher for experienced Imago therapists. Please note that to become an Imago Certified therapist you need to attend the full training course (12 days) and further requirements. For full details have a look here: www.kalanitbenari.com/training-for-therapists

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER & JOIN
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Sharing My Story Of Child Sexual Exploitation and Rape

– Phil Mitchell

Mon, 20 July 2020

6:00pm – 8:00pm BST

In this workshop, Phil will be sharing his own experience of child sexual exploitation and rape, and exploring how beliefs around masculinity can hinder and also help recovery.

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Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy

PART 3

– Dr. Kalanit Ben-Ari

Fri, 24 July 2020

10:00am – 12:00pm BST

Pre-requisites: Participants require to attend Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy part 1 & 2 to be able to join this part.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a research-supported, systematic theory of relationship therapy developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of Getting the Love you Want: a Guide for Couples, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D. Imago theory powerfully synthesizes major aspects of depth psychology, object relations, systems theory and humanistic-existential theory into a comprehensive approach to working with relationships.

Imago Relationship Theory helps us to understand why we pick the partners we do and why intimate relationships can be so challenging for so many of us. Imago Relationship Therapy gives clients the skills and understanding they need to turn their conflicts into opportunities for the repair of current and past relationship hurts.

The series of Introduction to Imago parts 1-4 are a great ‘taster’ of the approach for new people, and a useful refresher for experienced Imago therapists. Please note that to become an Imago Certified therapist you need to attend the full training course (12 days) and further requirements. For full details have a look here: www.kalanitbenari.com/training-for-therapists

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER & JOIN
*** NEW WORKSHOP ***
Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy

PART 4

– Dr. Kalanit Ben-Ari

Fri, 31 July 2020

10:00am – 12:00pm BST

Pre-requisites: Participants require to attend Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy part 1, 2 & 3 to be able to join this part.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a research-supported, systematic theory of relationship therapy developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., author of Getting the Love you Want: a Guide for Couples, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D. Imago theory powerfully synthesizes major aspects of depth psychology, object relations, systems theory and humanistic-existential theory into a comprehensive approach to working with relationships.

Imago Relationship Theory helps us to understand why we pick the partners we do and why intimate relationships can be so challenging for so many of us. Imago Relationship Therapy gives clients the skills and understanding they need to turn their conflicts into opportunities for the repair of current and past relationship hurts.

The series of Introduction to Imago parts 1-4 are a great ‘taster’ of the approach for new people, and a useful refresher for experienced Imago therapists. Please note that to become an Imago Certified therapist you need to attend the full training course (12 days) and further requirements. For full details have a look here: www.kalanitbenari.com/training-for-therapists

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER & JOIN
COMING UP SOON …..
Drop the Disorder Poetry Evening

Fri, 3 July 2020

6:00pm – 8:30pm BST

​This online gathering is brought to you by A Disorder 4 Everyone and supported by Onlinevents.

Poetry and spoken word have played a major part in the ‘A Disorder for Everyone’ events since the first one in October 2016. This online gathering is another chance to see some AD4E poets and allies speaking straight from their houses to yours. We hope evening will connect us in friendship and solidarity.

This is a fundraising event with a minimum fee of £1 to maximise accessibility. Please make a donation based on what you can afford. Funds will go towards AD4E’s future events, enabling us to offer low cost or free places for people who can’t afford to pay.

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Goals in Therapy:

Actualising Our Deepest Directions

– Mick Cooper

Sat, 4 July 2020

10:00am – 5:00pm BST

This workshop is the fourth in a series of workshops from Mick Cooper, the feedback to date is excellent with over 95% satisfaction reported by previous participants

​This interactive workshop provides participants with an opportunity to develop their understanding of goals in counselling and psychotherapy, and to deepen their skills and knowledge in this area.

The workshop is particularly oriented towards counsellors and psychotherapists from humanistic or integrative backgrounds: who are interested in understanding their clients as agentic and purpose-oriented beings, and wary of more mechanistic or ‘outcome-oriented’ goal-based approaches.

The workshop starts by introducing the philosophical concept of ‘directionality’—that human beings are always oriented towards future possibilities—and looks at how this can be applied to an understanding of self. The workshop then explores what has been learnt from the psychological research about the nature of goals and goal processes (for instance, distinguishing between ‘approach’ and ‘avoidance’ goals). It then goes on to a more practical exploration of working with goals, including skills practice and video demonstrations, to show when and how goal-oriented practices can be useful.

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