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Hold Me Tight - Workshops for Therapists and Their Partners

October 10-11, 2014
San Francisco, CA

Based on the award-winning EFT approach, this workshop offers a safe and supportive opportunity to help you deepen your understanding of yourself and your partner, communicate better, solve the biggest problem you face together and deepen your closeness.

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Step out of the therapist role. Have fun with other therapist/non-therapist couples as you get to the heart of the matter, and deepen your relationship while you and your partner learn more about EFT. The workshop will introduce you to the new science of love, how the design of your human brain impacts your relationship, and how to use what often works against you to your advantage. You will learn to understand the real logic of emotion and how to use it for connection. Learn more at the link below. Offered by Dr. Becca Jorgenson

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