Talks, Workshops, and Trainings Around the Globe

Let's start a conversation. In my bi-monthly newsletter, I share relationship insights, my inspirations, as well as a peak into my latest events, travels, and happenings.

Upcoming Engagements

Wednesday, December 4

University of California, Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA - Arts & Lecture Series presents "An Evening With Esther Perel". 

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Thursday, December 5

End Well - end of life conference

San Francisco, CA — End Well Symposium is a fast-paced day of learning and connection. Join us as we engage with one another, across disciplines, to transform the end of life into a human-centered experience.

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Saturday, December 7, 2019

California Institute for Integral Studies

San Francisco, CA — Join Esther for a one day workshop open to the general public in addition to offering continuing education credits for some licensed professionals. Esther shares insights into emotional and erotic intelligence, setting boundaries, managing conflict and the ever-changing identity of modern marriage and family. Explore the tensions, obstacles, and anxieties that arise when our quest for love and security conflicts with our pursuit of adventure and freedom. From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the InterContinental San Francisco, 888 Howard Street. 

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January 31, 2020

Dutch Clinical Training

Haarlem, Netherlands — Join Esther for a one-day training PRESENTED IN DUTCH. At the invitation of the NVRG and the RINO Group, Esther will present on the topics of infidelity, the role does body language play in a therapeutic setting, and influences of language and culture on the therapeutic relationship. This event is intended for all professionals who work systemically such as system therapists, system therapeutic workers, sexologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, (clinical) psychologists, GZ psychologists and social workers.

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Nourishing the Soul of Psychotherapy : The Art of Healing in an Anxious Time

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In recent years, Esther Perel has had as much claim to being the public face of psychotherapy as anyone in our field. Through her bestselling books The State of Affairs and Mating in Captivity, her podcast series Where Should We Begin? and How’s Work?, extensive coverage in magazines like The New Yorker and The Atlantic, and her TED talks and many public speaking appearances, she’s opened up a wider cultural conversation about our limiting models of traditional couplehood and the role therapists might play in helping couples explore evolving notions of intimacy and commitment.

At a time when the appeal of what we’ve traditionally thought of as “therapy” is waning, Perel will address the question of how we can maintain our relevance in this changing world and find new ways to address people’s increasingly urgent need for social connection—which may be the pivotal element in the therapy o the future.

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