• Couples Counseling

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    “If Hurt occurred in a Relationship, then Healing must occur in a Relationship.”




    Couples therapy is a type of therapy in which a therapist with clinical experience working with couples, most often a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist [LMFT], helps two people involved in a romantic relationship gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflict and improve relationship satisfaction utilizing a variety of therapeutic interventions. Although the practice of couple’s therapy may vary depending on the therapist’s theoretical orientation, all couples therapy tends to involve the following general elements:

    • A focus on a specific problem (i.e., sexual difficulties, Internet addiction, jealousy).
    • Active participation on the therapist’s part in treating the relationship itself rather than each individual separately.
    • Solution-focused, change-oriented interventions.
    • Clearly defined goals for the relationship.


    Couples session 
     $175 1 hour

    Couples sessions include a 15-minute phone consultation and 60-minute sessions to address couples’ goals

    Relational Packages 
     Premarital Counseling Package

    The standard package includes a 15-minute phone consultation with both parties, Prepare/Enrich Relational Assessment, printed and electronic report, and six follow-up sessions (to work on growth areas identified)

    Recommended for engaged couples and couples exploring long-term commitment 

    Marriage Reboot Counseling Package

    The Marriage Recharge package includes a 15-minute phone consultation, a relational assessment, and four follow-up sessions to strengthen identified growth areas.

    Recommended for married couples experiencing issues of communication, conflict, or seeking to reignite the passion in their relationship

    Customized Marital Enrichment Seminar/Workshop/Retreat
     Investment: TBD

     This package includes interactive facilitated discussion, practical tools, and strategies to renew positive appreciation and connection needed to develop a more profound sense of shared vision.