Women’s Group in Hong Kong – Enriching Relationships

Over the past few years I have often been asked about women’s groups. Sometimes I have even been asked why I am not running women’s groups.

Therefore I am delighted to help promote a group that Is dedicated to women only and with the focus of making relationships more meaningful and fulfilling. If you have any friends who you think may be interested, please forward the link to them and ask them to get in touch with one of the facilitators directly.

Kay, Leonie and Claire have designed an approach that caters for individual needs as well as it leverages the power and support of a committed group. The Enriching Relationships Group is a 6-week group process designed to help you gain a deeper connection with yourself and the confidence to build more fulfilling and harmonious relationships.

Based on Imago Relationship Therapy, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience, you will explore past relationships, patterns of behaviour and barriers within yourself that have influenced your expectations of, and reaction to, others

Using creative and inspiring experiential exercises and mindful practices in a safe, supportive and confidential environment you will gain a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself. You will also develop practical ways to make changes and enrich your relationships in the future.
Participants need to have a sufficient level of emotional awareness and regulation to function in a group setting and will ideally have some experience of therapy or be willing to see a therapist during the process.

  • The 6 week process, will be held in Central
  • Wednesday evenings from 28 Sept to 2 Nov 2016
  • Time: 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Will be led by experienced Imago relationship therapists Claire Smyth, Kay Hunter and Leonie Romeo
  • Participants will be limited to 8 and are requested to commit to all sessions
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The course fee is $7500
  • Registration (with deposit of HK2000) by 9 September, 2016.

For enquiries and registration please email:  kaymac99 at netvigator dot com

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” Rumi