Helping Couples Heal Workshop

A 2-Day Transformational Weekend Workshop for Couples Recovering From Betrayal Trauma

This powerful workshop was created to foster deep healing for couples in recovery from relational trauma and betrayal. This workshop is co-facilitated by Marnie Breecker and Duane Osterlind, co-founders of Helping Couples Heal. Marnie Breecker is also the founder of The Center For Relational Healing  in Los Angels and San Diego, and Duane Osterlind is the founder of Novus Family Counseling & Recovery Center in Long Beach, California

They offer a unique and powerful opportunity for healing. Please see our schedule above for upcoming dates and locations. This is something you don’t want to miss.

Online Workshop Dates

 

November 11th, 2022 (4pm-7pm PST)

&
November 12th, 2022

(9am-12pm PST & 1-5pm PST)

Online Workshop Dates

 

November 11th, 2022 (4-7 PM PST)
&
November 12th, 2022
(9am-12 PM PST & 1-5 PM PST)

Helping Couples Heal has a website that is full of resources, including their game-changing workshop!  You can find ALL of Duane & Marnie’s excellent podcasts on the website. (Also available on other platforms) These podcasts and their workshop are incredibly partner-sensitive and trauma-informed,  something that came as a much-needed breath of fresh air for me after 18 months of treatment-induced trauma at the hands of a pair of codependent therapists. Duane & Marnie & the people at HCH are a real exception to what many of us have experienced at the hands of other therapists.

Past Workshop Participant

Betrayed Partner

For the first time, I felt my feelings were validated. They make sense. I felt my husband finally understood what I had been going through. He was able to see the true impact of his choices on our relationship and my mental health. It was a hard workshop but worth it for both of us. I feel like we have a chance to move forward and heal. Thank you for creating this workshop.
Past Workshop Participant

Betrayed Partner

Honestly, the workshop gave me so much to think about and work on that I am truly excited about recovery – more than I have been for the past year. I have felt at a standstill and frustrated. I now have more hope, more resources, and I have more understanding of my wife’s possible feelings and sexual symptoms as a result of both my behavior as an addict and possibly previous sexual trauma experienced in her life. I feel good to now be willing and feel able to have empathy for my wife and her feelings.
Past Workshop Participant

Addict In Recovery

Duane Osterlind, LMFT, CSAT – S

Co-host

Marnie Breecker LMFT, CSAT

Marnie Breecker, LMFT, CSAT, CCPS

Co-host