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Depot artspace    September 2019

VENUE: Depot Artspace,
28 Clarence Street,
Devonport, Auckland
DATE: , Sunday 22nd September
TIME: 1:30 to 3:00pm
COST: Free
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Empathy Workshop

A FREE introduction to developing empathy
in relationships through imago techniques

About the WORKSHOP

Imago Relationship Therapy is a proven method which helps couples reduce blame, understand one another’s perspectives, and increase empathy.
This FREE workshop provides people with practical tools for remaining connected to one another, particularly when emotions are high and loving gets tough!
What is Imago Relationship Therapy?

Developed by Dr. Harville Hendrix and Dr. Helen LaKelly Hunt in 1980, Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT) is a form of relationship therapy that transforms conflict into opportunities for healing and growth. Through a structured communication approach, couples learn to move from blame and reactivity, to understanding and empathy, thereby creating a deeper and more loving connection with one other.


IRT is an effective, research-based modality, offering a comprehensive theory of relationships that has broad application and usability in a wide variety of settings.

“I can say unequivocally that Imago Relationship Therapy is the most effective model for understanding and improving Relationships. It works!”

Pat Love (EdD and author of Hot Monogomy)


What you can expect

The Introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy is an innovative programme designed to provide you with skills to

communicate more efficiently and facilitate stronger relationships. You will:

• Understand the building blocks of good communication

• Watch a live demonstration of an Imago Dialogue

• Gain a deeper understanding of the role of conflict in relationships

• Practice a proven model of communication that builds trust, connection, and problem solving

• Experience personal and relational growth.

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Funds raised support

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