Professional Development that’s rich and rewarding
Our first workshop for the year is over. Once again participants rated it 4.8 out of a possible 5 – This kind of response is consistently across our trainings so we are confident people are getting a lot out of them. Don’t miss out!
We have been asked to offer our training in Wellington – so we have added a Level One workshop in August – so you have a choice of venues and dates for training in Level One
First up is the training in Auckland. Hurry because the early bird price ends on June 11!
Level One in the Developmental Model. July 2 & 3 Learn how this model of relationship therapy can enhance your practice and integrate prior learnings with it’s unique blend of attachment, differentiation and neuroscience theory. New skills and strategies in a coherent framework. Learn more and book HERE
Level One in the Developmental Model in WELLINGTON. August 20 & 21 If you are in the capital and want to expand, enhance and solidify your work with couples and relationships Learn more and book HERE
Level Two in the Developmental model. 15& 16 October 2018 Consolidate and build on what you learned in Level One, including your leadership and motivational skills with more focus on the difficult cases – the “Sour Symbiosis” couples who are either Conflict Avoidant or Hostile and Volatile, working with personality disorders in relationship therapy (especially Narcissistic and Passive Aggressive) and the impact of infidelity. Open to anyone who has completed Level One. Book HERE
Infidelity, Affairs and Intimacy. 17 & 18 September. Following the resounding success of this workshop in 2017 we are offering it again in 2018. Give yourself a clear road map for these tricky issues. Learn more and book 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.