Register for The Relationship Lab: Imago Couples Dialogue for Parents

Mindful Birth NY Presents: The Relationship Lab: Imago Couples Dialogue for Parents – Live Online

Being parents means building a more resilient partnership. What if you could use moments of conflict to get closer to your partner and even help your relationship grow? Isn’t this the kind of partnership you would want for your child some day? 

Perhaps one of the greatest gifts you can give your children is to grow up with parents who are affectionate and resilient together. Put this idea to the test in our Relationship Lab, 4 1-hour work sessions with Imago Dialogue, a communication practice with the potential to positively affect your family for years to come.

Registration Enroll directly in The Relationship Lab OR enroll in one of our Spring 2024 Toddler & Up Parenting Groups and The Relationship Lab is part of your enrollment – for you and a partner.

Sessions are live online and it is not a problem if you and your dialogue partner join from separate locations. If your partner cannot make it, no problem. We can pair you with another person for the dialogue. It will still be so valuable!

Single Parents Most Welcome! Please note that Imago Dialogue is a practice to use with any relationship. We strongly suggest that you join with someone else: a romantic partner, friend, parent or sibling. If you attend alone, no worries, we will pair you with someone for a session. Please use this resource as makes sense for you! 

Queer Friendly!

Facilitators Baw and Dave Wolovsky are trained in Imago Relationship Therapy. Baw is a Certified Imago Couples Therapist who helps couples improve their communication and deepen their connection. Dave is a coach, helping corporate and startup professionals. They live in Brooklyn where they are raising their daughter.

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