Hedy Schleifer On The Art And Science Of Nonverbal Connection
To make intimacy come alive in a troubled relationship, a therapist must know how to help couples connect nonverbally.
In a recent conversation with me, noted couples therapist Hedy Schleifer offered an introduction on how to use touch, gaze, and other nonverbal cues to strengthen partners’ understanding of intimacy and build their repertoire so that they can connect in increasingly intimate ways.
In this quick video clip from our webcast series, Who’s Afraid of Couple’s Therapy?, Hedy is clear, passionate, artful, and grounded in science.
This is one inspiring video; click on the frame below to watch and listen.
This is just a taste of what you can learn from our acclaimed webcast series Who’s Afraid of Couple’s Therapy?. It’s an insightful, practical series that not only explores the common difficulties of couples therapy, but also gives you practical tools, concrete approaches, and inspiring examples of how you can do more effective and rewarding work with all the couples you see.
The series features 6 sessions with recognized experts in the field—Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson, Hedy Schleifer, William Doherty, Esther Perel, Jette Simon, and David Schnarch.
Who’s Afraid of Couples Therapy?
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