A New Road to Repair
Relationship RebalancingTM is an approach to communication that helps you identify repetitively damaging and distancing interactions that can lead to despair, and guides you to learn and practice new kinds of conversations that lead to increased compassion, greater connection and repair.
In 2020, the life we were accustomed to was turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, most everyone has felt at least somewhat off balance. Relationship Rebalancing can help you rethink and change the way you communicate with yourself and others, and support you in breaking out of destructive patterns of interaction and restoring equilibrium.
Relationship Rebalancing is not an exercise or activity, but rather a lifestyle change and a transformation in your way of being with people you care about. All relationships are a balance between interactions that can lead us to despair, and more positive conversations that can serve to strengthen and repair.
As you work with Lauren using the Relationship Rebalancing template, you’ll begin to recognize the patterns of behavior in your own relationships that lead to despair, and work to balance them with kinder, more compassionate conversations that lead to greater connection and repair.
Lauren is currently offering 4-session workshops for couples interested in exploring this model.
The Relationship Rebalancing Model has grown out of years of training, practice, and teaching of the major evidence based models of therapy including The Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Internal Family Systems and Narrative.
Relationship Rebalancing is a way of simplifying the interactional patterns we look for as therapists. It offers a clear template that helps identify and place the issues people bring to therapy on a spectrum from despair to repair presenting each side as a cycle that people can either unconsciously repeat, or can more consciously choose to practice– a cycle of types of conversations that encourage renewal and guide people down the road to repair.
Lauren is regularly offering two live interactive discussion groups for therapists interested in this model:
- Introductory Discussion Group – For those new to Relationship Rebalancing. One hour via Zoom.
- Applying the Model – For those who have attended an introductory group, and are ready to dive deeper into applying the model to particular cases and problems. One hour via Zoom.
To learn more and register for upcoming events, visit our Eventbrite page here.