“It was a longing for that deep connection, and the deep, heart-crippling, soul-withering sorrow of feeling disconnected, that brought us to your workshop,” writes Beth, who attended “A Couple’s Journey” workshop in Aarhus, Denmark, on May 11-13, 2018.

The transformational approach that Beth and her husband experienced in the workshop is called Encounter-centered Couples TherapyWatch this video clip which is part of an interview called “What is Encounter-centered Couples Therapy?”

 

Visit our webpage about our revolutionary couples workshop “A Couple’s Journey,” and find out:

  • what you can expect
  • what you will discover
  • the most important learnings
  • how many CE hours are available for therapists attending with their partner

“With your approach, we now, finally, after 25 years together, have a shared language to not just talk about it, but to DO something about it... to build connection, and to grow together,” says Beth.

Give yourself and your partner the gift of “doing something about it... to build connection, and to grow together” by experiencing “A Couple’s Journey” in Washington, DC, on October 19-21, 2018.

To have all your questions answered about “A Couple’s Journey,” you may reach Geoffrey in our office at Geoffrey@HedyYumi.com or 305-604-0010. He is here to assist you.

Fondest Regards from us in Jerusalem, where we are now presenting “A Couple’s Journey” to two groups of Israeli couples.

With excitement and gratitude,
Hedy and Yumi