Keynote Presentation - Higher Thought Institute
Session Description
Reimagining couple hood as a partnership, rather than a competition, requires reimaging the “space
between,” rather than “the space within,” as the target of therapy. This relocation of the locus of change requires reimaging therapy as a process that facilitates connecting more than self-understanding. This lecture will propose “being” rather than “knowing” as the foundation of the therapeutic process and connection and wonder rather than insight and self-knowledge as the outcome.

Learning Objectives
Discuss the distinction between “being” and “knowing”.
Compare the “space between” to the “space within”.
Cite the basic historic shifts in the structure and function of couple hood.

September 26 @ 08:30
08:30 — 10:15 (1h 45′)

Harville Hendrix, Ph.D

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