In almost every sphere of our lives we have to deal with relationships - at home, at work, at play. Good relationships are major contributing factors in our happiness and well-being. Bad relationships are associated with ill-health and general life dissatisfaction. Creating good relationships with others can be extremely challenging and at times distressing when we or they get triggered into reactivity.
Imago Relationship Theory knows about relationships and how to improve them. It knows about effective communication and how to work through conflicts. Imago emerged from the intimate and extensive study of couples and has expanded way beyond into many other domains where good relationships are important for good functioning, whether one on one, in groups or in organizations.
The Imago Professional Facilitator Training provides you with the theory, the tools and the skills to have better relationships yourself and to impact people in your environment in a positive way. It trains you to take Imago theory and practice into your areas of expertise so that you can make a difference and become an agent of change in the world.
The 2017 training in London will be a very special and possibly unique event. Four highly experienced and creative Imago Faculty members from around the world, with many years of expertise in the particular module they will be teaching, are joining together to present the training. Register now at Imago International website to ensure you place.
Working with Individuals, with Sophie Slade, Ph.D., will give you the overview of the theoretical model from which we will work throughout the training, as well as skills and tools to interact one-on-one with people to create an environment of safety and connection within which people can risk opening up.
Working with Dyads, with Kobus van der Merwe. Facilitating connection and understanding between people who are in conflict is a skill of which Kobus is a master. Grounded in the relational paradigm, Kobus will help you learn and practice these skills and apply the Imago Dialogue and variations to support change to the areas that are relevant to you.
Working with Families & Groups, with Wendy Patterson. Wendy and her husband Bob have been working with families and leading groups since the early 1970s. Wendy is a wise and knowledgeable woman who will challenge you to push your own edges and grow into being more than you thought possible.
Working with Organisations, with John Mortensen. John has been consulting in organizations and teaching organizational psychology in universities for many years. He will be able to help you discover how you can bring Imago processes and thinking into all levels of the organizations you are involved in, from international corporations to scout groups.
Do you find yourself walking away from conversations and meetings frustrated when others don’t seem to listen or respond to your ideas? At times, do others argue with you or get offended or hurt by something you say? Most of us have experienced this with business associates, family members, or even friends.
The Imago Professional Facilitator Program offers a new way to communicate and influence others to reach your objectives and improve relationships. The Imago Professional Facilitator Program is the result of the millions of people touched by the foundational work of Drs Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, coauthors of The New York Times Best Seller “Getting the Love You Want.” These vital skills for building stronger relationships are now redesigned for those who want to add facilitation, team building, and conflict management to their professional expertise.
$400 to be paid at the time of registration.
For trainees that wants to attend only model 1 (the first four days)
Contact us for payment plans. Payment can be done in five payments: Deposit, one payment per module.