Upcoming couples therapy workshops with Gal Szekely
Join The Couples Center founder Gal Szekely for a series of periodic workshops based on the Hakomi experiential therapy method. Each training offers a unique mix of personal experience and hands-on practice to help you support couples in a mindful, effective way.
September 29 – October 1, 2015
Free online event via The Shift Network
Do you want to go beyond limiting beliefs, old traumas and addictive spirals?
Or are you a practitioner looking for the most effective way to holistically support your clients with real breakthroughs and lasting results?
Many transformative practices either draw on the wisdom of soul, the insights of the mind or the healing of the body. But as you’ll experience in this event, very few are as truly multidimensional as Hakomi—which offers healing on biological, psychological, emotional and spiritual levels.
What’s so extraordinary about Hakomi is the way it synthesizes the best of time-tested Eastern and Western modalities into one all-encompassing dynamic method that aims to transform the person as a whole.
During the groundbreaking 3-day Hakomi Global Summit, you’ll discover:
This interview was part of The Hakomi Global Summit 2015, a free online event which featured today’s Hakomi experts from around the world who are creating powerful shifts in the fields of healing, transformation and personal growth, please visit http://hakomiglobal.com. This recording is a copyright of The Shift Network. All rights reserved.
August 22, 2015
9:30am – 5:00pm
In this workshop we will use mindfulness and experiential exercises to explore attachment patterns in a way that is deeper than what words or cognitive understanding can reveal. We will also discuss how these experiential tools can be used to uncover and explore relationship issues with clients—both couples and individuals.
This workshop covers:
October 24-26 and November 7-9, 2014
9:30am – 5:00pm
San Anselmo, CA
This two-weekend training will provide maps and tools to work effectively with couples, utilizing mindfulness and experiential exercises. Covering both assessment and intervention, you will learn how to identify and change a couple’s negative interactive cycles, as well as the underlying emotional wounds that cause them.
In this workshop, you’ll learn:
Founder of The Couples Center, Gal Szekely is an instructor in the Hakomi experiential therapy method and is part of the Hakomi California teaching staff. Drawing on years of meditation practice and a deep understanding of the body-mind connection, Gal is passionate about helping couples build a love that lasts.