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Francine C. Beauvoir, Ph.D.
and Bruce Crapuchettes, Ph.D. are both licensed psychologists
who have been married to each other for over thirty years and have four
adult children. They specialize in working with people in relationship:
couples, parents, and singles who want to be in relationship.
Each has trained extensively
under Dr. Harville Hendrix and both are on the
faculty of The Institute
For Imago Relationship Therapy in Orlando, Florida
and are Certified as Imago
Relationship Therapists, Workshop Presenters and Clinical Instructors (call
1-800-729-1121 for verification). They are in
demand as speakers, are
experienced educators and train therapists in Imago Relationship Therapy.
Pasadena Institute For Relationships is the West coast training center
for Imago Relationship Therapy. Both are members of the American
Psychological Association and the Association for Imago Relationship Therapy.
They co-founded the Pasadena Institute For Relationships in California
Francine. . .
Francine received her Ph.D.from
the University of Southern California (USC). She was born and raised in
France and is now starting to bring the Imago Couples Workshop to Paris.
She has written a book on parenting called, "Raising Cooperative And Self-Confident
Children." She presents a one day workshop for parents by the same
Bruce. . .
Bruce received his Ph.D.
from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in
Pasadena. He was
raised in China of missionary parents and met and married Francine in Paris,
making them truly an international duo. He is one of five national
Certified Master Trainers in Imago Therapy. Formerly, he was Chief
Psychologist at Sierra Royale Psychiatric Hospital in California for 14
years and directed the clinical psychology internship training program
there for Ph.D. candidates from APA approved programs. Also, he and
his business partner, John Dick, Ph.D. of JPL, developed the SpringWalker
which he says will revolutionize transportation in the 21st century.
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