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LOVE, SEX
& POWER

with TERRY REAL

A 5-Week Online Training for Therapists to Help Their Clients Navigate the Extraordinary Complexity of Sex

INCLUDES 5 GUEST EXPERTS AND LIVE CALLS

Approved for 5 CEs

A Personal Letter from Terry Real

Welcome and thanks for joining me here…

Our clients come into our therapy offices abroil from both the promise and the demands of sex.

It is either too much, too little, or not the right kind. 

While sex is such a critical issue for any healthy relationship, our clients are often reluctant to bring up the subject.

As therapists, we need to be fully prepared to have this discussion with them and to help them navigate the increasingly complicated waters in our culture today. Bringing up the topic of sex can be uncomfortable and intimidating to many clients…and yet it often holds the key to how to help them in their relationships.

Even after many years of practice as a therapist, this can be a tricky area, getting into the nitty-gritty details of sex, passion, intimacy, new relationship configurations, and sexual preferences.

However, because you’re serious about helping your clients create real change in their lives, you know that you have to be able to tackle the erotic with grace, knowledge, and authority.

The truth is that sex used to be simpler… Relationships were mostly monogamous, officially anyway, and stability, or at least it’s appearance, was paramount. 

Now there are so many more layers and so many different configurations that there’s no “one-size-fits-all” approach. So as the world changes (think #metoo, gender fluidity, polyamory), how do we as therapists help our clients with insight and without our own prejudices, biases or assumptions?

How do we answer questions like: “When does sex turn into an addiction rather than simply acting out? How do you help couples negotiate different sexual “set points,” “Is sexting cheating?”

We are moving into uncharted and difficult territory. 

But you are not alone and there is a roadmap. This course is both practical and challenging.

Together we’ll look at our own conscious and unconscious assumptions, what gets triggered in us, and how that affects this work. 

This course will draw upon skills you already have, giving you first a therapeutic map, and then a pragmatic, easy to grasp toolbox. This is a comprehensive review of all aspects of the Relational Life Therapy (RLT) approach to issues of sexuality and betrayal. 

Plus you will get to hear from five experts working in the field of LOVE and SEX. 

If you’re serious about helping couples change their lives, change their relationships, then I invite you to join me in this course. 

Warmly, 

Terry Real
Founder, Relational Life Institute

A New Way to Work With Your Clients

Create Breakthrough Results for Your Clients with Less Distress and Drama

Inside RLT we take a unique path to help clients with issues of love, sex and power that differs from the following:

1. Often it is assumed that fixing the relationship’s emotional issues will solve the sexual issues as well. But typically, that’s just not the case…

2. Many therapists are taught to take a passive approach. Saying, “I’m sorry, that’s terrible, tell me about it;” however, this is completely unhelpful in these situations. Instead, this work demands an explicit and active approach.

3. Many therapists hesitate or are uncomfortable bringing up issues around sex because they are afraid that their personal views on sex won’t match that of their clients. But there’s a way to deal with that…

4. Many therapists overlook the opportunities inherent in recovery from sexual betrayal. Instead of simply surviving infidelity, we want couples to THRIVE.

For over 30 years we have been pioneering a different way to do therapy that is more direct and is grounded in getting results.

A Unique Training Program to Help You Master this Area of Your Therapy Practice

  • You are a therapist who works with couples. If we’re being honest, almost all couples experience sexual issues at some point in their relationship, and they’re going to need someone to talk about it with. And that someone is likely to be you, their therapist. 
  • You want to feel more comfortable with whatever walks into your office. This course offers a comprehensive review of all aspects of the RLT approach to issues of sexuality and betrayal so that you are equipped with everything you need to help your clients with these issues. 
  • You are curious about the new frontiers of marriage and infidelity. We as therapists have to help couples through questions like, “is infidelity different for men and women,” “can you cheat in an open marriage,” “is monogamy obsolete,” and “what is the future of sex and relationship going to look like?”
  • You want to explore where you are as you do this work. We will look at our own history, biases, and comfort level to see how this affects the way we treat our clients.

“Terry helps reawaken couples who seem trapped in a long-term stalemate and allows them to move toward growth and fuller Selfhood.” 

– Richard Schwartz, originator of Internal Family Systems

“Terry helps reawaken couples who seem trapped in a long-term stalemate and allows them to move toward growth and fuller Selfhood.” 

– Richard Schwartz, originator of Internal Family Systems

What You’ll Receive in Training

1. 5 LIVE Teaching Modules with Relationship Expert Terry Real: Learn RLT’s approach to all aspects of sexuality and betrayal

2. Downloadable Videos and Transcripts: Build your growing library of resources and access the teachings any time you want

3. A Private Facebook Community: Connect with like-minded individuals and share how you’re implementing this important work

4. A Private Membership Site: Quickly and easily access all course materials so you can get right to work

NOTE: Love, Sex and Power is approved for 5 CEs, which you can get for a nominal fee.

For complete CE information, click here

What’s Inside the Training Curriculum

MODULE 1: Emotional Intimacy and Sexual Passion: Friends or Foes?

What is it that is so difficult about sex? It can be a great resource for a couple and it can be a source of some of the worst pain that a human being can experience. Sex is big. Sex is powerful. Sex has the capacity to disrupt and also to heal, like few things on the planet. It is unruly, politically incorrect, and quite possibly fundamentally transforming as I write.

As couples therapists, many of us have been taught that as the couple’s emotional intimacy progresses, sexual issues will take care of themselves. This is wishful thinking. This module invites participants into a new conversation: How do we keep emotional intimacy and sexual passion alive at the same time? 

We will review the current split in the field of couples therapy. While some thought leaders stress adventure and individuation, others stress security and attachment. What does it take to keep both alive, and, in particular, what does it take to keep passion alive in these changing times?

Participants will learn:

  • How and when to bring up the subject of sex
  • How to help couples feel comfortable talking about intimate sexual details
  • How to identify and articulate the sexual choreography- Stance/Stance/Dance in the sexual domain
  • How to relate the sexual choreography to the couples characteristic relational choreography
  • How to conceptualize the many current changes in gender and sex as they relate to the process of psychotherapy

MODULE 2: Sexless Marriages, Discrepancies in Appetite and Treating Sexual Trauma

More couples are referred for low sexual desire than any other presenting problems. Why does it seem inevitable that sexual passion recedes as familiarity deepens? Are there secrets to keeping passion alive in a long term relationship? And what of couples who present with what they describe as irreconcilable sexual differences, saying “We just have a different thermostat?” How does one negotiate something as personal and spontaneous as one’s own sexuality? And is negotiation even the right term to use in this context? 

One out of four women in the United States has been sexually molested. And uncounted numbers of boys and men have experienced this trauma as well. How do you have a passionate, full-bodied sexual experience after you’ve been violated? In this section, we will outline specific steps to take when dealing with a sexual trauma survivor. Remember, by definition, trauma means that you are no longer in control. Giving control to the traumatized partner is an essential first step. 

This module focuses on helping couples rediscover passion through fierce intimacy, and the reappropriation of one’s own sexual desires and their fulfillment.

Participants will learn:

  • How to shift the narrative from an essentialist (he just is that way) to a systemic orientation (my actions have something to do with this)
  • How to assess each partner’s relationship to sexuality: how they give, how they receive, how they assert, how they surrender
  • How to help each partner articulate in one another’s presence their sexual blueprint, their fantasies, and how to help each partner communicate what really turns them on without fear or shame
  • How to help either or both partners reclaim their own rights and capacities for pleasure – Sex is not a chore, and it should never be coerced
  • How to help partners shift from sex as caretaking to sex as constructive selfishness

MODULE 3: Sexual Betrayal: Coming Back from Infidelity

Infidelity is ‘universally forbidden, yet universally practiced,’ as my colleague Esther Perel says. And over time, infidelity has changed along with the social, cultural, and historical milieu. The one thing that’s remained constant is the question, “how can a couple come back from this level of rupture and betrayal?” In RLT, we aren’t interested in helping a couple simply survive infidelity. We want to use this crisis as a springboard for true transformation in each partner and the relationship itself.

Are women having more affairs? Can people in open marriages cheat? Do happy people cheat, and if so, why? Are there different kinds of affairs? Does sexting count as infidelity? These are among a few of the many questions that arise when thinking about the changing nature of infidelity and how a couple can come back from this betrayal.

In this module, we will look at the differences between the hurt and involved partner, including the built-in asymmetry, the challenges each face, and what each partner needs to heal. 

Participants will learn:  

  • The changing nature of gender roles and how that’s affecting the changing nature of affairs
  • How to work with the involved partner’s grandiosity; helping your client move into healthy remorse
  • How to work with the involved partner’s shame and pain; differentiating between unhealthy shame and healthy remorse
  • What to do when the hurt partner is grandiose (a clinical challenge)
  • How to differentiate between describing a feeling and emoting it
  • Why revenge is not allowed (shelving resentment to get the work done)
  • How to work with “reassuring behaviors;” how transparent should transparent be and why
  • How to reshape the narrative that each partner has about the infidelity and why

MODULE 4: Working with Sexual Addictions, Love Avoidants, and Helping Clients Reclaim Their Sexual Health

Is there even such a thing as sexual addiction? In truth, the field is split on this issue. What does it mean to be a sex addict? What is the difference between addiction and sexual compulsivity? Is addiction to porn sex addiction? How do we assess and treat our sexually addicted clients? 

Not all love avoidants are sex addicts, but all sex addicts are love avoidants. How does love avoidance show up in the bedroom, as well as in the general relationship? When and how do you give feedback to the couple the nature of love avoidance and trackback into the client’s childhood to articulate its origins in trauma? 

Participants will learn:  

  • How to move the sex addict out of extremes and into a moderate, healthy sex life
  • How to help the partner of the sex addict to be discerning, self-protective, and yet open at the same time
  • How to rebuild trust 
  • How to move the partner of the sex addict into restorative healthy sexuality as well

MODULE 5: Sex and Therapy in the 21st Century – Where Do We Go From Here?

Open marriage, polyamory, kink, gender fluidity, straight men having sex with other men – where are we headed? Is monogamy obsolete? Is the thought of one partner for life too daunting in our narcissistic “you can have everything” age? Can we really control jealousy? Can you have a polyamorous relationship and still cheat? Or what to say to a lesbian patient who admits painfully that she is less attracted to her partner since his transition? 

We as therapists are facing situations and dilemmas undreamed of a generation ago. Should we be fellow explorers with no opinions of our own? Should we be guides? But then where is our own map? Are there general principles for good sex across multiple contexts and variations? 

Participants will learn:  

  • How to face our own insecurities in this new fluid world 
  • How to look at our own biases and values 
  • What to do when you are faced with a client involved in situations outside your own value system 
  • How to deal with a client who is sexually irresponsible or offensive
  • How to identify and deal with sexual predators 
  • How to listen to and celebrate new forms of sexuality and intimacy – allowing each person to tell their own story in full and in safety.

Plus, You’ll Receive FIVE
Exclusive Expert Bonus Trainings

Alexandra Solomon, PhD, LCP

EXPERT TRAINING TALK #1

SWIPE RIGHT FOR LOVE: HELPING CLIENTS WHO ARE SINGLE, DATING, AND SEARCHING FOR CONNECTION

With more and more people choosing to marry later in life and sometimes not at all, knowing how to date well is essential. Learning relational meta-skills can help clients avoid anxiety and depression linked to recent dating trends, approach beginnings and endings with integrity and self-awareness, and reduce collateral damage to both self and others. We’ll discuss common modern dating challenges, including dating apps, identifying red flags, navigating commitment milestones, and breaking up. We will talk about:

  • How to teach relational self-awareness as an essential meta-skills for success in romantic relationships
  • How to help clients advocate for their relational needs with romantic partners
  • How to help clients move from fear and relational ambivalence toward empowerment and clarity

Alexandra Solomon, PhD, LCP, is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University and a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

She also maintains a psychotherapy practice for individual adults and couples, teaches and trains marriage and family therapy graduate students, and teaches the internationally renowned undergraduate course, “Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101.”

Dr. Solomon is the author of the book Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want (New Harbinger, 2017). Her second book, about sexual self-awareness, Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationship You Want, will be published in February 2020.

    Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD

    EXPERT TRAINING TALK #2

    THE EMERGENT LOVE MODEL – AN ANTIDOTE TO LOVE CONFUSION

    In today’s society, love is seen as the prize, the catalyst, the glue, the fire and the force that can conquer all. Love is viewed as something that happens to us and it is followed by an everlasting romantic relationship. In this webinar Dr. Nasserzadeh will question this paradigm by sharing the results of her research with 312 couples that sought relationship and psychosexual counseling from her at her offices in Tehran, London, New York City and California. This will be followed by the themes that emerged from research to offer a new paradigm and a practical model for clinical work with individuals and couples called Emergent Love model.

    Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh will also share her recently validated inventory Relationship Panoramic which gives a comprehensive assessment of couples’ relationships. We will look into how this assessment tool can help highlight areas for work within therapy with individuals seeking long-term relationships and couples. Cases will be discussed and sample reports will be reviewed so colleagues acquire the proficiency needed to work with the assessment tool.

    Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD, is a social psychologist and globally regarded as a thought leader in the fields of couples counseling, sexual health and cross-cultural fluency. She is an Accredited Psychosexual Therapist by the College of Sex and Relationship Therapists in the UK (COSRT) and a certified Sexuality Counselor and Training Provider for the American Association for Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). Dr. Nasserzadeh is an award winning author of three books. She is an advisory Board member of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) and a Senior Cultural and Technical Advisor to the United Nations.

    Dr. Nasserzadeh has been featured by the BBC, ABC News, Al Jazeera, Hürriyet, Salamat, CNN, NPR, and Shaw TV. She was named as one of the Best Love Doctors by Harper’s Bazaar, and one of the Women in the Know by Daily Mirror. DatingAdvice.com named her one of the 10 Best Sex and Dating Experts in 2015. Dr. Nasserzadeh has worked across 38 countries and is based in Los Angeles, California.

    Ian Kerner, PhD, LMFT

    EXPERT TRAINING TALK #3

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO DO A THOROUGH SEXUAL ASSESSMENT

    In this workshop, Ian will discuss with Terry how to effectively structure a first sex therapy session with an individual or couple, so that you get all the information you need in order to accurately assess the presenting issues and create an initial formulation, as well assign a relevant first homework assignment that will be part of an ongoing treatment plan. We will also discuss how to create emotional safety in the room and forge a positive therapeutic alliance around the topic of sex.

    Ian Kerner, PhD, LMFT, is a licensed psychotherapist and nationally recognized sexuality counselor who specializes in sex therapy, couples therapy and working with individuals on a range of relational issues.

    He approaches psychotherapy from an integrative perspective, which seeks to explain human behavior by bringing together physiological, affective, cognitive-behavioral, neurobiological and systemic approaches as they apply to the natural stages of human development and the wide range of human functioning.

    Dr. Kerner has been called “one of the most recognizable voices in clinical sex therapy” by fellow relational expert Esther Perel. Ian also is the New York Times best-selling author of numerous books, including She Comes First (Harper Collins), which is the best-selling sex advice book of the last decade and has been translated into more than a dozen languages.

    Rick Miller, LICSW

    EXPERT TRAINING TALK #4

    THE INSIDE STORY-LIFE OF RELATIONSHIPS AND SEXUALITY WITH GAY MEN

    Psychotherapist and author Rick Miller shares how gay men live, from his vantage point of being gay and from his work as a psychotherapist. He will discuss pivotal experiences of growing up gay; how this impacts functioning as adults, including attachment, sexuality, and couplehood.

    He will offer tips for working with gay clients and for forming the relational connection for optimal treatment.

    He will also share his research from his newest project Gay Sons and Mothers, describing the emotional relationship between gay sons and their mothers.

    Rick Miller, LICSW, is a clinical social worker in private practice. He is well-known for his ego-strengthening hypnosis techniques, which he has custom-designed for use with gay men, and his focus on the unique issues of growing up and living in the world as a gay person.

    Drawing on his own experience as a gay man and his years of experience working therapeutically with gay men, Rick has developed a practical, holistic approach for therapists to help their gay clients experience fulfillment and happiness.

    Rick has also written two books, “Unwrapped: Integrative Therapy with Gay Men… The Gift of Presence” and “Mindfulness Tools for Gay Men in Therapy: A Clinician’s Guide to Mind-Body Wellness,” that successfully integrate mindfulness, meditation and self-exploration to accelerate the power of therapy.

    Belinda Berman-Real, MA, MFT, CSAT

    EXPERT TRAINING TALK #5

    SEX ADDICTION: MYTH AND REALITY

    A gay man gets the message that his taste for kink proves he’s a sex addict. Another man has spent half his family’s savings on prostitutes and three different therapists fail to evaluate him for addiction. Both men are casualties of a field that’s unclear and often unhelpful. 

    What should we as clinicians know about how we define sexual addiction, evaluate its severity, and treat it. How and when to do a disclosure; when to bring in ancillary treatment, (12 step, rehab); how to address shattered trust and the daunting task of rebuilding. Belinda will offer a roadmap and practical tools for recognizing, assessing, and treating this disorder

    Belinda Berman-Real, MA, MFT, CSAT, wife of Terry Real, is an extensively trained addictions counselor, trauma recovery specialist, Internal Family Systems therapist, and couples therapist. With over 20 years of experience working with sexual addictions, Belinda is a master of working with the underlying causes of the addiction, the traumas that set it up, and the progressive lack of connection that is always an aspect of addictive process. 

    As an extensively trained addictions counselor, trauma recovery specialist, Internal Family Systems therapist, and couples therapist, Belinda is equipped to offer guidance and support at all levels of the recovery process simultaneously. She uses a blend of all these models and techniques with her own theories of human development and change to produce a unique deep, and powerful transformational process for rapid, dramatic, profound, and lasting change

    “People cheat on each other in a hundred different ways: indifference, emotional neglect, contempt, lack of respect, years of refusal of intimacy. Cheating doesn’t begin to describe the ways people let each other down.”

     Esther Perel

    “People cheat on each other in a hundred different ways: indifference, emotional neglect, contempt, lack of respect, years of refusal of intimacy. Cheating doesn’t begin to describe the ways people let each other down.”

     Esther Perel

    TERRY REAL PRESENTS

    LOVE, SEX & POWER

    A 5-Week Online Mastery Training for Therapists to Help Clients Navigate the Extraordinary Complexity of Sex

    Here’s Everything You’ll Receive:

    1) 5 LIVE Teaching Modules w/ Relationship Expert Terry Real: Learn RLT’s approach to sexuality and betrayal
    [Value $500]
    2) Downloadable Videos and Transcripts: Build your growing library of resources and access the teachings any time you want
    [Value $150]

    3) A Private Facebook Community: Connect with like-minded individuals going through the training
    4) A Private Membership Site: Quickly and easily access all course materials for lifetime access

    Plus an Additional 5+ Hours of BONUS
    Training with Leading Experts:

    BONUS #1The Emerging Love Model: An Antidote To Confusion with Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD [Value $150]
    BONUS #2Everything You Need to Know to Do a Thorough Sexual Assessment with Ian Keener, PhD, LMFT [Value $150]
    BONUS #3Swipe Right for Love: Helping Clients Who Are Single, Dating and Searching for True Connection with A
    lexandra Solomon, PhD, LCP [Value $150]
    BONUS #4The Inside Story: Life of Relationships and Sexuality with Gay Men with
    Rick Miller, LICSW [Value $150]
    BONUS #5Sex Addiction: Myth and Reality with Belinda Berman-Real, MA MFT, CSAT [Value $150]

    Total Program Value: $1400+

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    I’m confident you’ll be happy with Love, Sex and Power: A 5-Week Online Training For Therapists to Help Their Clients Navigate the Extraordinary Complexity of Sex including the 5+ hours of live training PLUS the 5 expert training sessions. However, if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, simply contact us at help@terryreal.com within 21 days and we’ll give you a full refund, no questions asked.

    “One of the things I love about Terry Real and his work are the practical steps, down-to-earth guidance and his model of having the courage and respect to be honest with couples when one partner is behaving in a way that needs to be addressed first.”

    – Rachel M.

    “One of the things I love about Terry Real and his work are the practical steps, down-to-earth guidance and his model of having the courage and respect to be honest with couples when one partner is behaving in a way that needs to be addressed first.”

    – Rachel M.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Will I be able to ask questions during the program and is it interactive?

    YES! You are encouraged to participate in the calls. My aim is to make this as interactive and personal as possible….to be in relationship with you and the entire group.

    All calls will be live and you’ll have opportunities to ask questions (time permitting). You can also post questions in our private Facebook Community in advance and I will pick the cases and topics that seem the most relevant to help the entire group.

    What time are the live calls?

    Note all calls will be recorded and you can access and download them in your private member area. The Live calls will occur on the following schedule:

    Tues 11/12 at 12pm ET 

    Tues  11/26 at 11am ET

    Tues   12/3 at 11am ET

    Tues  12/10 at 11am ET

    Tues   12/17 at 11am ET


    What if I miss a session or I can’t make the time?

    I know that there will be times that you can’t make it, so all of the calls will be recorded and you’ll be able to download them forever on a private membership site. This will also be useful for some sessions that you will want to listen to more than once.

    I value your time, so each call will be an hour long.

    Is the Love, Sex and Power training approved for Continuing Education Credits?

    Yes, this program is approved for 5 CEs. For complete CE information, see here.

    About Terry Real

    Terry Real is the bestselling author of I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male Depression, the straight-talking How Can I Get Through to You? Reconnecting Men and Women, and most recently The New Rules of Marriage: What You Need to Make Love Work.

    Terry knows how to lead couples on a step-by-step journey to greater intimacy—and greater personal fulfillment. He founded the Relational Life Institute, offering workshops for couples, individuals, and parents as well as a professional training program for clinicians. Terry’s work, with its rigorous commonsense approach, speaks to both men and women. A proponent of “full-throttle marriage,” Terry has been called “the most innovative voice in thinking about and treating men and their relationships in the world today.”

    “The truth of the matter is, the words don’t exist that fully describe how it was working with Terry. He is one of the “Greats” who has revolutionized couples therapy. He speaks to and connects with the older, middle-aged therapist just as well as the younger generations of therapists. The experience I had working with Terry was one of the most educational, insightful, grounding and motivating experiences of my entire career.”

     Karen Cunningham

    “The truth of the matter is, the words don’t exist that fully describe how it was working with Terry. He is one of the “Greats” who has revolutionized couples therapy. He speaks to and connects with the older, middle-aged therapist just as well as the younger generations of therapists. The experience I had working with Terry was one of the most educational, insightful, grounding and motivating experiences of my entire career.”

     Karen Cunningham

    Testimonials

    What People are Saying

    Renewed energy and enthusiasm for my work

    After 25 years of working as a Psychotherapist and Marriage Counselor I was ready to ‘hang it all up.’ I was more than burnt out. Now, 6 months later, I am reinvested in my work and enjoying it in a brand new way. Renewed energy and enthusiasm for my work has replaced the negativity I was experiencing. Thanks so much RLT!

    – Roseanna Zoubek, LCSW

    “Crystallized my therapeutic approach

    “Listening to Terry teach is enlightening and I always gain clarity about concerns that I have about a case that I am working with. I also really like Terry’s uncanny ability to get to the deeper layers of the ‘person of the therapist’ to crystallize my therapeutic approach with clients.”

    – Clare Mezes, MSC, RP, RMFT

    “Very professionally enriching

    Being from a state/city that has very limited RLT therapists the consult group has given me the opportunity to talk with others of like experience and views of couples work. For many years being part of a group that speaks the same language has been very, very professionally enriching

    – Dennis Mercy

    “Helpful to both me and my clients

    “Over the course of 15 months I learned to think more flexibly using RLT concepts and to appreciate both the successes and failures which we all experience in session. The long list of treatment and educational resources which we created as a group continues to be helpful to both me and my clients”

    – Victoria Easa

    “Accelerated my confidence as a therapist

    As a relative newcomer to RLT, the group has accelerated my understanding, practice and confidence as a therapist. I have gained a huge amount particularly from working with Terry on cases I have presented and from listening to fellow RLT therapists work. I very much enjoy the sense of belonging to a larger community, especially given that I’m in the UK

    – Victoria Shalet

    SAFE to be myself.”

    “I found the group to be supportive, encouraging and SAFE to be myself.”

    – Victoria Easa

    I felt my confidence increase

    I liked being part of the consultation group as I appreciate growing as a RLT couple’s therapist. It is helpful to hear Terry’s and other therapists share their experiences working with couples and to not feel alone. At my office I am the only couple’s therapist so having this group helped to process my own cases and learn by listening to their cases as well. I have felt my confidence increase in using the model by staying connected through the consult calls.

    – Elizabeth Golden

    “Revolutionized couples therapy

    The truth of the matter is, the words don’t exist that fully describe how it was working with Terry. He is one of the “Greats” who has revolutionized couples therapy. He speaks to and connects with the older, middle-aged therapist just as well as the younger generations of therapists. The experience I had working with Terry was one of the most educational, insightful, grounding and motivating experiences of my entire career.

    Karen Cunningham

    “Astonishing job

    The workshop demonstrated your presenting skills, clinical expertise and generosity of spirit and ranked up there with just a handful of luminaries. As you know clinicians love to see what it is we are talking about and you managed to do an astonishing job of this in a relatively brief amount of time. Your creation of empathic ‘enactments’ with the audience was another way of bringing concepts to life, demonstrating how your clinical presence might look in the consulting room. So theory and technique, videos and in vivo teaching pulled it all together!.

    – Ron Taffel, Chair, INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY

    Life Changing

    “The gift of RLT work for the Therapist is that you cannot provide this work for your clients without diving into yourself and one’s own personal growth. Which then trickles (or is a waterfall) into our own personal life and relationships that gives me permission to grow, hold myself accountable, see my children’s actions and perspectives change while we all challenge to love ourselves at the same time. On a professional level, I have seen clients that have been stuck for years/decades begin to show growth and move towards their authentic self with pride, dignity and confidence that they’ve never experienced before. Life Changing….ts”

    – Stephanie Lott

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