Clinical Training
Clinical Training
  • Virtual
2022-2023 Training Dates Imago Foundation Part 1 (Days 1 & 2): October 21-22, 2022 Imago Foundation Part 2 (Days 3 & 4): December 2 -3, 2022 Imago Skills Module 2 (Days 5-8) January 26-29, 2023 Imago Skills Module 3 (Days 9-12) March 2-5, 2023 10:00am – 6:00pm via Zoom
STARTS  October 21, 2022 10:00AM EST





Registration Instructions

• GRAD STUDENTS: If you are a grad student, we are offering a 20% scholarship on the Imago Clinical Training. • IMAGO COHORT: In an effort to build community, we are offering scholarships if three or more therapists register together! 10% off of the 1st two days, or 15% off if you register for the full training! Please contact Allison at for discount codes or if you have any questions!


Learn Imago therapy:


  • Learn the basic Imago skills to facilitate conversations with couples in order to reduce conflict and increase connection and safety.
  • Learn the four meta-theories that provide insight into the conflict which can arise in long term romantic relationships and committed partnerships.
  • Learn and experience the Imago feedback supervision process

The clinical training consists of three modules of 32-course hours each, although faculty offer four modules, and online training formats may vary. The modules are scheduled with several months in between to enable trainees to practice with clients and prepare recordings of practice sessions. *Course delivery hours may vary according to Instructor or Country.


  • Learn the Imago dialogue skills and processes that create connection, safety, and transformation in intimate, committed relationships.
  • Learn the four key theories or lenses to view couples that provide insight into attraction, conflict, and change in relational dynamics
  • This training will help you as a therapist gain practical clinical skills so you know what to DO in challenging moments
  • Experience Imago’s safe strength-based supervision process to increase your clinical compentency and confidence in working with couples
  • Learn about your own family and romantic relationship dynamics and apply what you are learning to your experiences