Please join us for an engaging evening focused on conscious and intentional love. Relationship and sex therapy expert Cindy Cartee will share the basic concepts of Imago Relationship Theory and she will take us on the journey through the different stages of love. We will be invited to examine how our childhood experiences play a role in our partner selection and how intentional dialogue can create a deeper, more conscious relationship. Cindy will help restore hopefulness in relationships by explaining how conflict can be a necessary component in emotional growth both individually and as a couple.
Cindy Cartee, MS, is an expert in the fields of sex and relationship therapy. Her qualifications and certifications include: SC Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Addiction Counselor II, Nationally Board-Certified Counselor, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and Certified Getting The Love You Want Couples Workshop Presenter. Cindy is passionate about her work and has been in private practice for over 20 years with offices in Spartanburg and Columbia SC. Cindy is successful in assisting others to enrich, repair, restore, reconnect, and deepen relationships through the use of Imago Relationship Therapy.
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Refreshments and Continuing Education Credit included. We look forward to seeing you there!
100% of the proceeds go towards future Carl Jung inspired programs offered in the Charleston community.
More About the Lecture:
Imago helps us understand the unconscious projections we have in partner selection. “Jung calls that ‘core energy’ the ‘psyche’ and says that the psyche functions with purpose and direction toward fuller awareness and toward wholeness. That core energy, the core self with the predisposition to experience wholeness is our ‘essence.’ Jung states that the persistent push toward wholeness is as instinctual to human beings as is hunger and thirst.” Relationships are a pathway to wholeness according to Imago theory. This composite picture of caretakers is called the “Imago” by Hendrix, a term used by both Freud and Jung. Imago helps move a couple from unconscious love to conscious love. Our imago connects us with the person who will challenge us to grow and heal through the relationship.