Keeping The Love You Find
The Imago Weekend Workshop For Individuals
The Keeping The Love You Find weekend workshop is presented By Ian Tomlinson (UKCP registered Psychotherapist, Advanced Certified Imago Therapist and Certified Imago Workshop Presenter) and Joanna Groves (UKCP registered Psychotherapist and Imago Workshop Facilitator).
Who is this weekend for?
People who are interested in personal development and deepening your relationship with yourself and others. Whether you're happily single, want to be be in a relationship, or for those in a relationship whose partner does not want to attend the Getting the Love You Want couples workshop, this is highly recommended workshop.
Also ideal for those who have attended the Getting The Love You Want workshop and are ready to delve deeper into your process.
What will you learn?
This weekend workshop will help you:
- Gain a deeper understanding of how you re-create the past in present relationships
- Find a process for letting go of old hurts and old ways of being in relationships
- Learn new relationship skills for better communication and connection
- Create a clear Personal Growth Plan based on your new insights
- Discover an opportunity to meet new people on a similar journey
About the workshop
This workshop is based on the critically acclaimed book Keeping the Love You Find: Guide for Singles by Harville Hendrix.
The workshop format includes group work, individual work, lectures and discussion. It also includes practice of communication tools in pairs.
How much does the workshop cost?
The workshop is £275 per person.
Where and When?
Please note: These are the first ‘Keeping the Love You Find’ workshops regularly running outside of London and as such are likely to be in high demand. Book early to avoid disappointment.
All workshops take place in The Affinity Centre, Cheadle branch. See full details of our location.
|Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th March 2020||9.30am - 6.00pm both days|
How do I sign up for this workshop?
Buy the book
The Keeping The Love You Find workshop is based on the book of the same name, written by Harville Hendrix and Helen Lakelly Hunt. You can find it on Amazon by clicking here (affiliate link).