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Dr. Ekong’s seminars

Dr. Ekong presents on a variety of mental health and relationship topics for couples, women, trauma survivors, and mental health professionals. Her workshops, seminars, and talks have helped both clients and colleagues gain new perspective, skills, and knowledge for improving relationships.

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Dr. Ekong offers these and other talks, seminars, and workshops. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let us know. We can customize a presentation for your group or add a topic to her calendar.

Co-Creating Conscious Couplehood

Who It’s For: Couples who want stronger relationships

What It’s About:

What It’s About: Conscious couplehood is a process that transforms arguments into compassionate dialogue. Couples learn to practice understanding, instead of reacting with judgment. Partners gain tools to help them honor each other’s viewpoints and work together to identify solutions that work for both of them.

Pre-Marital Workshop

Who It’s For: Engaged couples preparing for strong marriages

What It’s About:

Learn how to effectively talk, listen, and work together to resolve issues so that you maintain a long-lasting and mutually-satisfying relationship.

Discovering My Imago

Who It’s For: People searching for a life partner

What It’s About:

Why do we choose the partners we do? Learn:

  • Why we choose certain types of people to be our mates
  • Why this may lead to recurring problems in our relationships
  • What to do to enhance our intimate connections for a satisfying love relationship

HIV: Traumas Preventing Access to Care Adult Well-Being

Who It’s For: Mental health professionals and technicians, healthcare professionals, and people living with HIV

What It’s About:

Understanding how stigma prevents access to care and how to overcome it to encourage people living with HIV to seek testing and treatment.

Repairing the Impact of Childhood Trauma on Adult Well-Being

Who It’s For: Health professionals, trauma survivors, and people interested in better self-care

What It’s About:

According to the Center for Disease Control, Trauma and adverse childhood experiences can leave victims vulnerable to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and even some cancers. Learn about your risk and how to finally move past your pain for good.

Repairing the Impact of Childhood Trauma on Relationships

Who It’s For: Health professionals and people interested in learning how to heal from trauma and develop healthy relationships

What It’s About:

Childhood trauma negatively impacts our ability to trust and feel emotionally safe in relationships. Trust, however, is critical to fostering healthy adult relationships. The focus of this workshop is to learn how to: identify trauma, heal from trauma, and develop healthy interpersonal relationships.

Imago Relationship Therapy

Who It’s For: People who want to strengthen their relationships

What It’s About:

What is Imago? Latin for Image, Imago refers to our tendency to choose a certain type of person to love. It also explains why we have the same types of conflicts in our adult relationships over and over. Understanding our Imago will enable us to develop healthy relationships with ourselves and others. Learn what’s really going on when you fight and uncover core issues that affect your relationship. Learn how to work together to truly resolve issues that cause friction to co-create a mutually-satisfying love relationship.

The Developing Mind: How Relationships Affect the Brain

Who It’s For: Mental Health Professionals

What It’s About:

Our experiences as children form the way our brains develop and impacts how we function as adults. Learn how this physical circuitry is formed to understand how love changes the brain.

Cultural Considerations When Working with African Americans

Who It’s For: Mental Health Professionals

What It’s About:

Racism, sexism, and social stigmas create barriers to treatment that affect the African American community in unique ways. Learn how to break these barriers down during therapy sessions and in the community.

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