Imago Africa consists of a community of Imago Therapists and Professional Facilitators
who are passionate about facilitating relational health. Each Imago practitioner brings expertise and skills in teaching the art of relational living to assist you in making sense of your own relationship(s) and help you develop deeply connected, meaningful relationships, whether it be with your partner, children, parents, friends or work colleagues.
The Executive Committee of Imago Africa continues to work towards the realisation of our Vision and Mission for Imago Africa, and we are affiliated to Imago Relationships International (IRI) our parent body in the USA. We are committed to changing the world to a more conscious, compassionate and loving one through each person we touch.
Johanri Engelbrecht (Imago Africa Chair)
The heart of Imago Therapy is to create safe, conscious, loving relationships. Click below to learn more about Imago Africa.
Imago Africa workshops
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Imago Africa (IA) consists of a community of Imago Therapists and Professional Facilitators who are passionate about the healing potential in each relationship and are trained to facilitate new ways of being in a relationship, whether it be a partner, your child or even your work colleagues.Imago Relationship Therapy offers so much more than just a unique way of approaching support and enrichment of relationships – it offers a new paradigm for living.
Do you need a therapist or facilitator that will focus on the relationship rather than the individuals in the relationship? Find a therapist or facilitator in your area and contact them for more information.
Imago Africa events
The heart of Imago Therapy is to create safe, conscious loving relationships. We offer a variety of workshops and training to help you understand the root causes of your relationship conflict and frustrations, your role, your reactive behaviour and what you bring to the space. Please visit our Events page to learn more about this exciting line up.
Hedy and Yumi Schleifer are coming to South Africa in August 2018
Imago Africa blogs
- January 24, 2018
- December 22, 2017