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Events   EVENTS
Start Right, Stay Connected: The Imago Pre-Commitment Couples Workshop
Vancouver, BC
Saturday, May 6, 2017
10 am – 4:30 pm
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Getting the Love You Want: Workshops for Couples. Presented by Imago Vancouver: Tamara Adilman RCC and Maureen McEvoy RCC, workshop presenters since 2008
Vancouver, BC
May 26-28, 2017 Nov 24-26, 2017 Feb 16-18, 2018
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Couples Workshop: Getting the Love You Want presented by married couple John Boland and Sue Goldswain Boland
Vancouver, BC
Oct. 27, 28 & 29, 2017
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  About IMAGO BC
What is Imago BC?

Founded in March 2009, Imago BC is group of Imago-trained and certified therapists and educators who are committed to providing counseling, training, seminars, workshops, and education to the pubic and professionals on Imago Relationship therapy.

Imago BC Mission Statement:

Imago BC recognizes that significant relational connections are powerful healing agents both personally and socially. We are dedicated to using Imago theory and practices to provide responsive, accountable and ethical relational counseling, consulting, and training services to individuals, couples, families, businesses, and organizations.

Goals & Objectives:

We are dedicated to -
  • Creating opportunities for professional development for Imago Clinicians and the therapeutic community
  • Expanding membership
  • Building and sustaining optimum practice based on needs of each therapist
  • An annual retreat for Imago BC members
  • Providing Imago therapy and other relationship resources to couples, individuals and groups
  • A visible presence in the media, the therapeutic community and the public (website presentations, articles)
  • Collecting and sharing resources through a library
  • Mentoring new Imago therapists and Educators
  • Providing peer-supervision and consultation
  • Providing Couples’ groups – one for clinicians and one for alumni of the GTLYW workshops
  • Establishing an Imago House-a centre to house many Imago therapists and large enough to hold trainings and resources
Statement of Core Values and Principles:

Imago BC members understand that we are all connected, and accept the challenge and gift of experiencing our connection as we interact with each other. Members embrace the belief that when we foster human connection, growth and healing occurs, and we feel fully alive.

We value a guiding principle that our work is the relational process of Imago Relationship Therapy.

We value original wholeness, which is the innate ability of human beings to change their environment by learning to grow and heal in a relational model.

Imago BC invites member collaboration by utilizing Intentional Dialogue and Communologue as our communication process to promote safety, understanding and empathy.

Imago BC promotes policies and practices for the provision of accessible, competent, and accountable relational counselling and educational services throughout the human lifespan in a manner sensitive to the diverse religious and spiritual preference, sexual orientation, ethnic, cultural and national origins of its clinical and non-clinical members.

We value sound administrative and financial management producing a viable association.

We operate inclusively, valuing the voices of all Imago members in BC.

We understand the importance of participation and strive to ensure that meetings include a variety of activities and approaches designed to promote continued interest.

Contact Us:

To find an Imago therapist to work with, please click here. (links to therapist directory).
Or attend an Imago Workshop or an upcoming Imago event click here.

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