Whether you’re just starting as a couple or you've been together for years, the work to deepen and nurture your relationship doesn’t stop.
No couple is immune to challenges or growing pains. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association (2017), 40% to 50% of American couples divorce annually and the rate of divorce has been ascending by almost 3% annually. Don't let this be your story.
According to a recent survey from American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, 98% of couples who received counseling were satisfied with the results of their sessions. While this outcome does not necessarily mean that the couples’ issues were completely resolved, 93 percent of couples also reported that counseling gave them the tools they needed to deal with their challenges.
What You Can Expect
This journey begins with a joint session, followed by individual interviews with each partner and supplemental questionnaires. These assessments will help build a framework that focuses on addressing the core pillars of your relationship, like:
- Conflict management
- Creation of shared meaning
The Sessions May Focus On
- Revisiting and enhancing shared goals
- Replacing negative conflict patterns
- Increasing respect
- Nurturing gratitude
- Repairing past hurts