Conversations for a Lifetime of Love:
A Workshop for Couples
This workshop, based on Dr. Sue Johnson’s ground-breaking book, Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love, introduces a well-researched and an effective approach that helps couples move from frustration and loneliness toward the creation of a secure, loving bond. In this one day workshop, you will learn how to use information from the new science of love to explore negative patterns and conflicts that erode away at love, safety and security. You will learn important skills as you develop a deeper understanding of yourself and your partner, which will help you heal past hurts and change patterns that create distance. This one day workshop will help your improve communication and strengthen your connection with one another. In a safe, supportive environment, you will learn about where things go awry and how to address these bumps, see video examples of how other couples improved their relationships, and have the opportunity to practice in private with your partner.
You will learn how to:
Address stuck patterns and negative cycles
Make sense of your own emotions
Learn more about your partner’s inner world
Develop deeper understanding and closeness
Hear what participants in a San Francisco Hold Me Tight workshop had to say . . .
Next Hold Me Tight Workshop
Sunday February 1, 2015
9:30 - 4:30
Lucy Raizman, LCSW, LMFT and Beth Waks, LSW, LMFT
The Training Center
466 Germantown Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
$200/couple if registered by January 15, 2015
Bring a brown bag lunch, snacks and beverages provided
Bewaks@comcast.net at 610-420-6374
Lucy S. Raizman, LCSW, LMFT and Beth W. Waks, MSW, LMFT are members of the
Philadelphia Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy who have many years of experience helping couples and leading psychoeducational workshops.
* Cancellation Policy: Full refund minus a $50 administrative fee until January 23, 2015. Cancellations after this are subject to a $50 adminstrative fee with the balance credited to a future PCEFT Hold Me Tight Workshop in 2015.