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Featured Workshops

 

 

 

 

Carol-Ann Dixon and Michele Naude are Certified Imago Workshop Presenters.

After having attended a Getting the Love You Want workshop they were inspired to continue working within the Imago Relationship Theory model and now regularly run workshops in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Carol-Ann (Counselling Psychologist) and Michele (Clinical Psychologist) each work in their own private practice in the Westville area and are committed to and passionate about restoring connection and healing relationships.

Carol-Ann (Counselling Psychologist) and Michele (Clinical Psychologist) each work in their own private practice in the Westville area and are committed to and passionate about restoring connection and healing relationships.

Keeping the love you Find workshop

This dynamic and insight-provoking workshop was created for individuals who want to better understand past relationships and prepare themselves to create more satisfying future relationships and for people already in relationships who want to better understand themselves and their relationship issues.

Getting the love you Want

This workshop guides couples to rediscover the joy and power of their partnership. It assists couples in making sense of their relationship story, at whatever stage they are in. The workshop offers valuable information and skills to transform any relationship into an adventurous journey of safety, joy and growth.

Connected Parents Thriving Kids

Based on the bestselling book “Giving the Love that Heals” by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, this workshop draws on insights from the latest research into neuroscience and child development.

A New Way To Love

Marriage can be one of the most accessible ways of experiencing God’s love, but it doesn’t always feel that way. No matter how we try, it is difficult to abide by God’s commandment to love unconditionally. Achieving this kind of love requires practicing a new way of being with our spouse. A New Way to Love explores the origins of love and conflict and paves a path to strengthen a Christ-centered marriage. It offers an intimate picture of the void between us and God…and that glorious passage back to reconciliation and healing.