Are you a newlywed?
Did you just get engaged?
Are you and your partner looking to take your relationship to the next level?
When you’re considering marriage, there are many exciting things to talk about. Premarital counseling might not be among them. While it’s not a romantic topic, premarital counseling can set your marriage up to succeed and survive long-term.
Premarital counseling can help you and your significant other develop better communication skills, learn conflict management, uncover your shared core values as well as identify differences that could create future conflict. Working with a therapist, you can discuss expectations with your partner that will help better prepare both of you for marriage. Premarital counseling can be a great benefit to both you and your partner.
Prepare/Enrich, a thoroughly researched relationship assessment is usually part of my premarital counseling. In use for decades, this tool will give you and your partner a fuller understanding of your relationship around twelve categories. The assessment has been used by more than 4 million couples around the world and found to accurately predict future marital satisfaction. The results suggest the strengths and growing edges to focus on during premarital therapy.
Getting married is one of life’s most important steps. Premarital counseling can help you and your partner turn that momentous occasion into a loving, lasting relationship. For guidance and support to strengthen your future marriage, please contact me today so we can schedule an appointment.