Getting the Love You Want
A Relationship Workshop for
If you've ever wondered why
love is so easy
and staying in love is so hard,
Imago Relationship Therapy
you find the answer.
4720 South Greenwood
Chicago, IL 60615
"Getting the Love You Want"
is a 20-hour weekend workshop for couples seeking to reclaim the joy
and purpose of being together while using their relationship for
personal change and growth.
Imago theory focuses on the belief
that our own fears and learned patterns of behavior prevent us from
getting the love we desire. The workshop offers couples the tools
to identify and remove obstacles that stand in the way of a more
Who should consider a couples
Married and unmarried couples of any age who:
||Are beginning a relationship they
want to keep
||Want to enrich a good relationship
||Are in a difficult relationship
with long-standing conflicts
||Are near break-up or divorce and
want to know if the relationship can be saved
"Everything that irritates us about others can lead to an understanding of
ourselves." -Carl Jung
||Why the very qualities that
attracted you to each other now drive you crazy
||New communication tools that break
||How to be less reactive to each
other and more intentional
||How to turn daily frustrations into
opportunities for growth
ideas for re-romanticizing your
||How to use your partnership for
mutual healing and growth
||How to rediscover the joy and
spiritual potential of your relationship
was developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., founder of the Institute
for Imago Relationship Therapy. Studies
show that this workshop can have the same results as three to six
months of couples therapy.
The workshop is planned to help you design and build the relationship
you desire. The weekend includes brief lectures, written
exercises, guided imagery, demonstrations of specific communication
skills and opportunities to practice what you are learning.
Partners share personal experiences only with each other and
confidentiality is maintained in a safe and comfortable environment.
Space is limited. Early registration is encouraged. The fee
for the 20-hour workshop is $695 per couple; this includes tuition, two
workbooks, and refreshments. The registration fee must be paid in
full two weeks prior to the workshop. A deposit of $300 will reserve a
place for you. Previous workshop attendees may attend for $400.
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If you cancel eight days or more prior to the workshop you will receive
a full refund minus a $50 administration fee. No fees will be
refunded if you cancel seven days or less prior to the workshop.
Plan to attend the entire weekend workshop. There will be short
breaks throughout the day with a 90-minute break for lunch. Dress
comfortably. For maximum benefit, leave family and business
obligations behind. Take this opportunity to give full attention
to your relationship.
The Institute of Imago Relationships of greater Chicago is
authorized by the state of Illinois to provide 18 continuing
education units to professional social workers (LCSW) and counselors
(LCPC) for attending this workshop.
Please call Barbara at (773) 268-8990
For details about Imago Relationships International, please visit their website at:
PARTICIPANTS SAY ABOUT BARBARA GREEN'S GETTING THE LOVE YOU WANT
|It was the most
healing experience in our 30-year marriage -- Psychiatric
When you find yourself
wanting to be better in your relationship, but don't know how,
this is the way to go.
-- 45-year-old businessman and
This has been a
life-changing experience for me. -- University of Chicago
It was humbling to find out
how much I didn't know about relationships, but exhilarating to
learn new techniques my wife and I will continue to use. --
This workshop gave us
insight into how we push each other's buttons and valuable tools
to climb out of the power struggle we've been in for the past
six years. -- Couple with 3 children, married 10 years
I will hardily recommend
this program to my parishioners. -- Minister
I arrive a skeptic ...
never believe in going to anyone else for help. When my
wife threatened divorce if we didn't go to counseling or a
workshop, I chose the workshop. I figured I could get it
over in a weekend. By the end of the first day, I had to
admit, the material was interesting; I was learning things I
didn't know. By the end of the weekend I was ready to
recommend this workshop to my friends. -- Construction
company owner, married 23 years
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