I am inviting you to join me for a highly experiential three-day EcCTclinical training in Unraveling the “Survival Knot” of Couples. The training will take place in Richmond, Virginia, on April 12-14, 2019Registration is now open.

Watch as Josiane enters the neighborhood of her childhood. The Neighborhood of Childhood is a backdrop for entering the Toughest Neighborhood where the couple’s “Survival Knot” can be unraveled. This video clip is an excerpt from “Affairs: A Step-by-Step Process for Reconnection.”  

Here are 5 Great Reasons for attending the Unraveling the “Survival Knot” training:

1 – Learn the systematic roadmap of a new process that will make a transformational effect for your couples

2 – Learn how to explore the generative metaphor of “crossing the bridge” into the various “neighborhoods” of the “other” with your couples

3 – Discover the principles of EcCT, a most effective approach to couples therapy

4 – Replenish your passion, enthusiasm and expertise for guiding your couples

5 – Earn 21 CEUs towards your license

You will leave the training empowered with new tools, increased professional expertise, and skills to assist couples in unraveling their “Survival Knot.”

The “Survival Knot” is the most treacherous territory of a couple’s relationship. It is the unconscious, and yet essential agenda, embedded in the “problem” with which they appear in the office of the therapist. You will witness a step-by-step, systematic roadmap to “unravel” the relational impasse, where one person’s anguished desperation meets the other person’s dogged resistance, and vice versa.

Read what other therapists say about the Encounter-centered Couples Therapy training.

For more Information and Registration:

Visit www.HedyYumi.com/TherapistTraining 
Call Patty at 305-604-0010 
Email Patty at Assistant@HedyYumi.com

I look forward to seeing you in Richmond, on April 12-14, 2019. At this time in my life, I am excited about sharing the latest evolution of my work with couples with as many of my therapist colleagues as I possibly can.

With fondest regards,