As well as the trainings below and the blog on this webpage, we are now offering you regular input via our Facebook page – Nic is posting his observations on couple therapy and related issues a couple of times a a week. From tips on talking with your clients about feeling stuck, reflections on how to use Gottman’s “Four Horsemen” to learning how to modulate the way you confront clients, there is something there for everyone. Please check it out here and tell us what you think:
After a very successful Working With Couples workshop we still have three trainings coming up this year. Book now to enrich your practice and develop your expertise with relationships.
Level One in the Developmental Model. June 10th & 11th. Learn the basic theory and techniques of the Developmental Model. Get the best possible grounding in working with couple and relationship issues. Even if you are already trained or experienced in the field, this model gives you an integrative perspective and a raft of new tools. Find out more and book HERE
Infidelity, Affairs & Intimacy. September 9th & 10th. Working effectively with the distress, denial, chaos and despair caused by infidelity is one of the biggest challenges for therapists. Draw on our over 50 years of experience working with and studying these issues so that you have a roadmap that you can have confidence in. Bookings and more details HERE
Level Two in the Developmental Model. October 7th & 8th. Develop a strong sense of leadership in your work with highly distressed couples. Become more confident in your ability to motivate stuck clients. Feel secure in having a road map for dealing with the most challenging relationship issues. For details and bookings click HERE
See why we're excited about this integrative way of working
Nic Beets & Paula Dennan
Many of you will know one or both of us from our work over the last 20+ years with couples, relationships and sexuality. RTI is a new venture born out of our enthusiasm to bring this comprehensive model of relationship therapy to NZ & Australia. We are excited by what we have learned and are keen to share the insights the Developmental model has given us. We think it offers an exciting new way to understand and work with relationship issues.