- Feeling that over time it has become difficult to see the strengths in the relationship with your partner
- Wondering if it's at all possible to reconnect?
- Tired and wondering when the same arguments between you and your partner will stop?
- Struggling to understand each other's feelings while dealing with conflict?
- Experiencing a sense of defeat due to this struggle which has led you to question your relationship?
- Wondering why it's hard for you to get over certain situations that come up in your relationship?
Hold Me Tight® workshops have helped countless couples restore and strengthen their connection. Your partner and you will gain the tools needed to improve your relationship for a lifetime!
IF THE ABOVE RESONATES WITH YOU, THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU!
In a safe and intimate setting you will learn...
- To improve your communication
- Avoid getting so caught up in conflict that you lose sight of the reasons why you belong together
- Identify the main reason that influences most, if not all, of you conflicts
- How to join against this threatening pattern to protect your bond
- Repair emotional injuries and forgive each other in order to reconnect
- To become more accessible, responsive and emotionally engaged with each other
- To increase your emotional and physical closeness
- Date: May 26-27. Starts Saturday at 9am and ends Sunday by 5pm.
- Location: New Beginning Family Counseling & Training Center, Inc. at 242 West Main Street, Suite 105 Tustin, California 92780
- Limited to 6 couples. Though other couples will be present, every couple can expect privacy while going through the process with their partner and one-on-one guidance from the clinician.
- Continental breakfast, snacks and drinks served on both days.
- Through lecture and exercises you will learn the 7 conversations identified in the book Hold Me Tight® by Dr. Sue Johnson.
- Guidance from a highly experienced clinician that specializes in working with individuals and couples looking to improve their intimate relationships.
- 3 months’ worth of couple's counseling
- If already in couples counseling, expect to see significant progress in the work you are already doing and workshop will accelerate your treatment!
- You will begin applying the skills you learn during the workshop and can continue practicing at home.
- Each couple will receive two handbooks, pens and a workshop gift.
- The total investment is $695 (installment option available upon request). Early Bird Special of $595 available until March 31st.
- Filling Out the Form Below to begin the process and determine if this workshop is right for your relationship!
Yanira is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and founder of New Beginning Family Counseling & Training Center, Inc. Yanira has a passion for working with couples using the Emotionally Focused Therapy model created by Dr. Sue Johnson. A model she not only believes in because she has used it with couples in her private practice, but one she personally has applied in her own relationship.
With over 9 years’ experience as a marriage and family therapist, she has a strong sense for guiding couples steer their relationships in the right direction. Yanira also works with individuals and families. Among her areas of expertise are trauma, grief/loss and couples on the brink.
Yanira is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. Yanira is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Prepare/Enrich, Discernment Counseling and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. Yanira is also bilingual Spanish, and incorporates client’s spirituality when requested by clients. Clients who have worked with Yanira appreciate her soft but direct approach. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and create a healthier version of themselves.