While practicing family law for more than a decade, my wife invited me to try out a new type of date. Instead of doing the typical things, such as a movie night, or a dinner, she asked if I was open to going on a date to a couples therapist.
I was taken aback and inquired if there is something I should know, concerned that perhaps there was something wrong with our relationship that I did not recognize.
She reassured me that everything was okay and that she was simply looking to do something different. What I did not know at that time was that my wife was taking me to a very unique type of relationship therapist.
This person was trained in something called Imago Therapy. That first session blew me away. What I experienced during that 45 minutes opened my eyes to the realization that relationships can truly be transformed with proper skills and tools.
My wife and I decided to invest time and money into our own marriage which took us on a FIVE-year journey consisting of weekly Imago sessions.
There is no doubt in my mind that we would never have the rich and vibrant relationship that we currently enjoy with each other and with our children if we did not invest the time and money to acquire these skills and tools.
As our relationship blossomed, I began to realize that I did not want to continue being part of the destruction story that plagues the life of family law and the attorneys who do this line of work.
Instead, I decided to be part of the healing story.
Thus began my journey of Relationship Coaching.
I took on an intensive year-long course to become a Certified Imago Facilitator.
I believe that the combined experience of having practiced family law, working intensely on my own marriage, and becoming an Imago Facilitator gives me a unique perspective and allows me to provide meaningful, deep, and effective experiences for my clients.
I look forward to speaking with you soon.