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In Couples Therapy we both focus on the Dialogue of Acknowledgment.

This is a special form of dialogue which can be developed and put to use in many different ways and which may result in completely new ways of relating to other people.


In its most basic form, The Dialogue of Acknowledgment is a method that:

Teaches us to listen – really listen – and to put ourselves in the place of others. This is a quality which gives nurture, depth and understanding in all relationships.


Creates entries into the psychological baggage that we all carry with us from our own childhood about relating to other people. We subconsiously draw on these experiences all the time in our relationships – as partners or parents. We cannot just by will decide what kind of partner or parent we want to be. We can only be a different and hopefully better partner/parent by “training” in a new way with the goal of creating a vibrant and insightful relationship, or if you are single – a vibrant and insightful relationship with yourself and your surroundings.


Teaches us to know our feelings in a new way so that we can afford to be angry, afraid or sad in ways that does not create anxiety or insecurity in our kids or partners. We learn not only to take responsibility for our own feelings, but also for the feelings we participate in creating between people.


Teaches us to move from the “me-isolation” into a “we-community” within which we are able to support each other better when life goes awry.

Makes it possible for us to simultaneously develop our relationship with our partner and with our children while, at the same time, supporting our own development.

 

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In its most basic form,
The Dialogue of Acknowledgment is
a method that:

Teaches us to listen – really listen – and to put ourselves in the place of others. This is a quality which gives nurture, depth and understanding in all relationships.

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