Advanced Training 2019

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How to become a qualified Imago Therapist

Follow our steps to complete Imago Relationship Therapist training leading toward full certification.

step 1

2 day training – Imago Relationship Therapy

This is an introduction to Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT), giving an overview of Imago theory and clinical practice, and the relational processes which underpin this transformational work.


All 2 day training’s have been completed in Australia for 2019

New Zealand

25-26 Mar - Hamilton

3-4 May - Auckland

10-11 May - Tauranga

17-18 May - Wellington

20-21 May - Palmerston North

step 2

5 day training – Clinical Skills 1

After completion of the initial two days training in Imago Relationship Therapy, therapists can complete training leading to certification as an Imago Relationship Therapist.

Clinical Skills 2 and further certification is optional. Advanced Training, over three days, is available once Clinical Skills 1 training has been completed.


Sun 28 Jul - Thur 1 Aug 2019 Crows Nest, Sydney

New Zealand

19-21 Sept Wellington

10-12 October Hamilton

17-19 October Auckland

step 3

5 day training – Clinical Skills 2

After completion of the introductory two days training in Imago Relationship Therapy and Clinical Skills 1, therapists can move toward certification as a fully qualified Imago Relationship Therapist

Crows Nest, Sydney

Sun 10 - Thur 14 Nov 2019

Becoming a certified imago therapist

The following requirements are required prior to certification:

  • Participate in a ‘Getting the Love You Want – Couples Weekend Workshop’

  • Provide clinical support in a ‘Getting the Love You Want – Couples Weekend Workshop’

  • Complete two reports following the training, as outlined by the Clinical Instructor.

  • Present DVD samples of your work with couples for supervision

  • Complete six supervision sessions with an Imago supervisor

  • Submit a final DVD of your work with couples, for assessment, after completion of the six supervision sessions.

  • Provide proof of membership to a recognised professional association

  • Pay certification fees