Marriage and Couple’s Counseling:
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. You are feeling an overwhelming sense of disconnect, distrust, miscommunication, or maybe you’ve lost the “spark” that once shone in your relationship. Whether you aren’t getting along as well as before or a serious and life-changing event has occurred, relationships can improve when a couple is willing to listen to one another and work towards healing and happiness.
Some areas addressed with couples:
- Trauma related to betrayal/affairs
- Improving communication and well-being with high-conflict couples
- Intimacy issues
- Marriage and relationship strengthening
- Blending families/step-families
Pre-Marital Counseling with Prepare and Enrich:
It looks like this could be “the one”. Marriage is on the horizon. You’ve heard that stat, “Nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce.” You’re positive you won’t be on the wrong side of that statistical coin flip. I hope you’re right! I’m a believer in marriages, I love my own marriage and I hope everyone can be as happy as possible. However, that isn’t always the case.
Research shows that premarital counseling through Prepare and Enrich can reduce divorce rates by 30%! I am a certified facilitator in the Prepare and Enrich Method. Prepare and Enrich provides couples with a simple yet comprehensive assessment that provides a clear view of their relationship. This evidenced-based method allows me to guide couples through an individualized journey of discovery and foundation building. Give me a call to find out more about how I can help you be best prepared for the most important decision of your life!
Families come in all shapes and sizes. You love your family! However, something is just not quite right. It could be the case that your family has experienced a transition like the death of a loved one, divorce, adoption, or a move. Oftentimes, communication could be improved. Whatever the issue may be, family counseling is an excellent way to work through family-related difficulties in order to increase unity, harmony, and understanding among family members. Siblings can reconnect, parents can grow to understand their children, perspectives can be shared, and the yelling can stop.
Some areas addressed with families:
- Step-family transitions
- Loss of a loved one
- Improving communication and understanding