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  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 3, Harville Hendrix: Comment Board 02.24.2011 07:15
    Just one more comment. I am so proud of Harville and Helen for inviting the leading theorists in couple's therapy to their ranch to begin a collaborative process together. This speaks to their commitment for cultural transformation that they are all willing to work together to pool their knowledge and make living together in harmony possible on a wider scale. There are exciting things ahead in this field. Linda Marshall from Dayton, OH
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 3, Harville Hendrix: Comment Board 02.24.2011 07:09
    I am an Imago trained therapist and today was the first time I heard Harville name the Dialogue "the listening cure." I love that. What I love about Imago is that all the ways to avoid the mistakes Wm. Doherty cautions against are built into the methodology of Imago. When I work with couples, I most often witness touching sacred moments of healing connection. It is awesome work and I walk away feeling so privileged and honored to be a part of facilitating it. Linda Marshall from Dayton, OH
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 2, Terry Real: Comment Board 02.20.2011 07:02
    I'm a female Imago trained therapist and have taken several teleclasses and a workshop with Terry over the years, and so he has informed my work. I am currently working with a couple where I needed to confront grandiose behavior in the first session. I was gentle in that session, and saw a need to be more direct and firm in the second session. It made all the difference and a female can do this with a high-powered male. After Thursday's class, I used the pictures of their children tool that Terry taught us for both of them. They loved it, joined together to post pictures of their children around the house, and give each other signals if they inadvertantly lapse and aren't aware of it. Thanks, Terry. It is heartwarming to witness the progress they are making. Linda Marshall/Dayton, OH

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