Relationship Therapy

Imago Relationship Therapy

About Imago

Do you:

  • Want to communicate with your partner without getting into accusations and criticism?
  • To deepen your relationship and understand why you where attracted to each other?
  • Rediscover your connectedness?


Revive the passion and hope in your relationship?

Imago is a new way to connect with your partner. Harville Hendrix, PhD and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD developed Imago Relationship Therapy based on their experience of mending relationships, including their own marriage.

Imago is a synthesis of psychodynamic, cognitive, systemic, linguistic and object relations theory. The central parts of the method is applicable to groups, organizations and conflict management.

Imago focuses on building trust in relationships by teaching some communication skills which very quickly create a feeling of safety. Many couples immediately experience an opportunity to connect more deeply with their partners, helping them to appreciate them more, and revive the passion and hope in their relationship.

Imagotherapy has a standard scope of 12 sessions, each session being 1-2 hours long.

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