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February 17, 2010
Couplehood as a Spiritual Path
Ben Cohen, Ph.D., Imago Relationships International

Interface Host: Barry Erdman

About the Presentation:
Martin Buber tells us that human existence may be defined by the way in which we engage in “dialogue” with each other, with the world, and with God. He spoke of the “sacred space” that develops when one is in true connection with another human being.
These concepts form the basis of “Couplehood as a Spiritual Path”, an educational program for couples developed by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D. Based on “Imago” principles, this program seeks to help couples deepen their intimate connection, and learn how to use their relationship as a path toward personal and spiritual growth and healing. Through lecture, discussion, and personal sharing, we will explore how to bring these concepts into our own relationships, as well as to those with whom we work.

In this presentation, I will discuss this program, and how it might be useful for therapists, clergy, and others who might be working with couples.
About the Presenter:
Ben Cohen, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, and has a private practice with offices in Boulder and Denver. He is currently completing the requirements to be on the faculty of Imago Relationships International. Ben has extensive experience teaching and training, including 10 years as adjunct faculty at The Naropa University. He is a former doctoral internship training director at the University of Colorado, and currently leads trainings in Imago Relationship Therapy in Boulder/Denver.

Additional Resources:

Further information about Ben's Workshops, practice, and trainings can be found at www.boulder-imago.com.

Further information about the program, "Couplehood as a Spiritual Path" may be found on the Imago Institute's web-site, www.imagorelationships.org.  

Ben Cohen, Ph.D.,
1634 Walnut Street, Suite 221
Boulder CO 80302

[email protected]

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