Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow.
Call Carl at 202-669-6417 if you have any trouble registering on line.
Getting The Love You Want Workshops are designed to help couples reconnect and successfully resolve conflict. Getting The Love You Want is based on tested Imago counseling strategies that enable partners to discover mutual communication for every aspect of your relationship and strengthen bonds over time. The workshop addresses mental, emotional and physical needs and striking a long-lasting balance between you and your loved one.
As your relationship progresses, conflict, disagreements and power struggles result from obstacles in both your lives. Getting The Love You Want helps you and your partner approach these obstacles together with positivity, effective communication and acceptance. Couples in any stage of their relationship—married, engaged or dating—all can rediscover their partner and renew romance, commitment and appreciation. Getting The Love You Want is an especially helpful for strategy for married couples, as well as premarital counseling and couples counseling.
Learn more about Getting The Love You Want and experience renewed joy with your partner. Call the PC&CC/The Imago Center to sign up for a Getting The Love You Want workshop near Chevy Chase, MD.
Workshop Leader: Carl Siegel PhD
Workshop Leader: Rebecca Sears MDiv
"The workshop leaders are dynamic presenters, skilled facilitators. Their workshop is powerful, inspiring and fun. The lessons they teach are timeless..and just in time. They are an authentic couple who practice what they preach."
-- Brian C., Washington DC
"This weekend gave me an incredible mirror to look at myself and our relationship. It helped me to see just how all my old wounds and reactive behaviors were actually pushing away the person who I love most in the world. Now I know what to do. It was a powerful and deeply spiritual experience."
-- Matt L, Washington DC
"The workshop saved our marriage."
-- John D. Baltimore, MD
"The workshop gave us hope, when we both had resigned ourselves to divorce. Now we have the tools, inspiration and a vision. Without a doubt we are staying together."
-- Victoria S., Washington DC