Fordham University
IMAGO: PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR HELPING COUPLES GET THE LOVE THEY WANT
Dr. Harville Hendrix
Date/Time: 10/12 - 10/13
9AM - 6PM
Location: Fordham University
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
corner of 60th and Columbus
How do I register? Go to Imago's website here. You can search for trainings here. For a limited time cost is $295. Register for one day only and get no CEUs for $150.

Who do I contact for information?
Email info@imagorelationships.org
or call (800) 729 - 1121.


Harville Hendrix, Ph. D., is co-founder with his wife, Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph. D. and other Imago therapists, of Imago Relationships International, a non-profit organization dedicated to international support and development of Imago Relationship Therapy.

Their books have been translated into more than 50 languages and Imago Therapy is practiced in 30 countries by more than 2000 therapists. Harville has made eighteen appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show, one of which won her first Emmy Award and was ranked by Ms Winfrey in her top twenty shows
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Welcome

You are invited to Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service Continuing Education two-day intensive for Imago's Flexible Access Clinical Training A (F.A.C.T. A).

F.A.C.T. A will introduce you to the theoretical foundations and clinical applications of Imago Relationship Therapy, a powerful and effective approach to couples counseling. The FACT A Program includes an introduction to the Imago dialogue and the Imago supervisory process, in addition to lectures on developmental journeys, the power struggle, and conscious relationships. The course will provide practical skills to help you provide effective relationship help.


This program is designed to introduce Imago Relationship Therapy to a wider range of professionals who might not be ready to commit to the more intensive Basic Clinical Training (BCT) program. The F.A.C.T. A course is worth 16 hours of CE credits.

F.A.C.T. A is identical in content to the first two days of Basic Clinical Training, a 12-day course that leads to certification as an Imago Therapist. Trainees who have completed F.A.C.T. A and who wish to continue on the path toward certification and membership may register to enroll in the first session of a BCT course at a slightly reduced rate, provided that they have met the pre-requisites before registration.

Workshop Information
For any questions or concerns please contact Jade de Saussure, GSS Continuing Education Coordinator at
‚Äč212-636-6657 or gsssconted@fordham.edu