The language of love is universal, but there are many different ways to communicate this language. This seminar creates a safe, trusting environment where the mysteries of romantic relationships can be explored and appreciated from a therapeutic point of view. It brings awareness of both Eastern and Western ways to communicate romance; it identifies key challenges in couple relationships and offers solutions; and it celebrates cultural diversity.
Some topics include: unique forms of romantic expression; knowing your erotic self and that of your partner; resolving couple conflicts; and creating and fostering emotional intimacy.
This talk contains informal, interactive segments leading to personal growth and relationship development. Participants of all cultures and backgrounds, both women and men, are warmly welcomed to this seminar.
As a special bonus, Dr. Faizal will be sharing excerpts from his book, Dating the Ethnic Man: Strategies for Success and his “Ten-Week Program to Increase Intimacy in Couples.”
Participants are also granted a completion certificate valued at 3 hours CE credit.
Date of next workshop: Saturday, January 10, 2015, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.
Location: Suite 2506 – 1323 Homer Street (Yaletown), Vancouver, BC
What participants are saying:
“Before I took your workshop, I had many questions about sex and relationships, but could not find the right person to turn to….You have broadened my view of sex, given me new insight into my sexuality, and answered my questions….I think your workshop is unique and practical for anyone wanting to learn more about sex, relationship, and him/herself.” ~ Trudy T.
“Faizal Sahukhan, a respected and experienced therapist in the area of multicultural romance, sets out the solutions that will enhance your chances of avoiding the culture clash and building a satisfying relationship.” ~John Ince – author of Politics of Lust
Faizal Sahukhan, Ph.D. is a Registered Counsellor and Clinical Sexologist who specializes in offering therapy and education to individuals and couples in cross-cultural relationships.
For more information please call Dr. Faizal at either 604.899.0102 or 604.639.4443, or write to him via his private email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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After your confirmation is received, you will be emailed a ticket to this workshop.