Aurora, Colorado (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
Welcoming Brent Atkinson, PhD, to Colorado to share his integrative and highly effective approach to working with couples this seminar promises to do something that few others can: rebuild broken relationships. His technique, dubbed Pragmatic/Experiential Therapy for Couples (PET-C), is world reknowned for it's effectiveness. Through highly interactive exercises and facilitated discussions, Dr. Atkinson will demonstrate how to become motivated to acquire the full set of abilities needed for relationships to succeed. In addition, attendees receive resources for helping to understand the ins and outs of the “Habits of Relationship Success” and learning how and when each habit is needed.
During the course of this training Dr. Atkinson will present provocative new neurological research that illuminates how old, destructive relationship habits often die hard because they are woven into the fabric of internal states which are automatically activated in daily living, often without conscious awareness. This information, combined with practical skills, will enable people to engage in state-specific practices that rewire brains for more flexibility, enabling them to develop the habits that are needed to sustain satisfying relationships.
This 2 day course begins June 29th at 8:30am. In order to support and maintain the calibre of information and experience provided in this workshop, participation has been limited to 35 people. For more information or to register visit http://www.noeticus.org/Atkinson_Training.html.