Join Us In Bozeman, MT, October 1st & 2nd!


Intimate Mystery is a conference designed to invite you to an honest exploration of who you are, how your story impacts your style of relating, and what you and your partner create together in light of your unique stories. Intimate Mystery will invite you to candidly engage the inherent joys and struggles of marriage and relationships through the categories of communication, conflict, dreams and demands, family ties, forgiveness, and sex.

Join Dr. Dan B. Allender and Cathy Loerzel, co-founder of The Allender Center, to explore God’s design for marriage through the matrix of Genesis 2:24 (leaving, weaving, and cleaving). Be moved toward deeper intimacy as you encounter the character and purposes of God revealed through the complexities of your unique relationship.


My wife and I believe this to be the best marriage conference we’ve ever attended in 35 years of marriage and “Christian” effort to do it right. It is serving to bring us hope through the reality of life and not the empty promises of how to do it better, try harder, or be more faithful. — Intimate Mystery attendee


Dan and Cathy lead the conversation with their own vulnerability and challenge couples to lean into their vulnerability, resulting in an experience that moves the conversation on life-giving marriages and relationships beyond techniques and “how-to’s.” Instead, Dan and Cathy invite you into a place of newfound awareness and ability to engage conflict and desire—as an individual and as a couple.


I am single and have never been married. I feel like hearing this information now is so helpful. It will help me as I work through my story and it will also change the way I’m dating. — Intimate Mystery attendee


Intimate Mystery is a conference centered on understanding and developing healthy intimacy, and is applicable to both couples and singles, to those who want to engage Scripture in a provocative, meaningful way, and to those who desire a deeper faith and deeper relationships with others and God.



Purchase & Content Access:

The Intimate Mystery Conference occurs live on October 1st-2nd, 2021.

Access to the recording is available October 11th-November 12th.

If you are looking for lifetime access to more content, be sure to check out our Online Courses



Pricing:

$95/per person

$150/tickets + CEUS

The registration fee is per person, and includes access to the video recording until November 12th, 2021.

12 CEU Seat Hours are available for an additional $55. With this add-on, receive a certificate of completion after the event. 




Groups: 

If you are a leader of an organization and want to inquire about group pricing, please contact Kalee Vandegrift at [email protected]




Continuing Education Units:

Participants can receive a certificate of completion verifying 12 seats hours. Participants may apply for recognition of these hours for CEU credit with their respective licensing bodies. The Allender Center is housed within The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. The Seattle School is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) and the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), is authorized by the Washington Student Achievement Council, and meets the requirements and minimum education standards established for degree-granting institutions under the Degree-Granting Institution Act.


The Allender Center at The Seattle School will not be held responsible for professional licensing boards or states that do not recognize the requested CEUs.

Your Instructors


Dr. Dan Allender has pioneered a unique and innovative approach to trauma and abuse recovery over the past 30 years. Dan serves as Co-Founder of The Allender Center and Professor of Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. More about Dan →


Cathy Loerzel combines a business strategy background and a deep understanding of the cultural landscape as she leads The Allender Center team and expands its impact. Previous roles in the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill, in process and change management at PWC and IBM, and in leadership development in the wilderness of Pennsylvania equipped her for a constantly adapting and hugely relational role.

FAQ


How do I join the Event?

A Zoom link will be added to the course and sent to you on July 21, 2021.


How long do I have access to video recordings of the training?

Recordings of the training will be available July 28 - September 30. You can access the video recordings by logging into your account at courses.theallendercenter.org.


Why are video recordings for this training not lifetime access?

Due to the nature of this training we only offer access to the videos for a limited time. If you are looking for material with unlimited access, check out our online courses!


Can I bring my team to the conference?

Please contact Kalee Vandegrift ([email protected]) for group pricing information.


How do I receive my CEU Seat Hours?

Participants can receive a certificate of completion verifying 12 seats hours, which will be emailed after the training. Participants may apply for recognition of these hours for CEU credit with their respective licensing bodies. The Allender Center is housed within The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. The Seattle School is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) and the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), is authorized by the Washington Student Achievement Council, and meets the requirements and minimum education standards established for degree-granting institutions under the Degree-Granting Institution Act.