If you are engaged, thinking about marriage, or just want to create a long lasting relationship, sign up for premarital counseling with a licensed therapist.
Should We Do Premarital Counseling?
While we believe anyone who does premarital counseling or attends a premarital workshop will see benefits, we know it is especially beneficial to those early in their relationship hoping to gain skills to continue building long term. Use this checklist to determine if premarital work is a good fit.
Premarital works best for couples who have been together less than 5 years and are still open to creating a relationship that works for them.
Open to Learning
Premarital is all about teaching skills and giving tools to address issues pertaining to combining lifestyles, communication, sex, finances, etc.
Since premarital is not traditional therapy, it is important to have some self-awareness around how you contribute to the relationships successes and struggles.
Struggling with Tough Convos
Everyone needs to be able to talk about their needs, desires, and wants with their partner. If these are being avoided or become heated, premarital can help.
Premarital is usually research based information but you will also need a collaborative relationship to determine together what your future holds.
Doesn't Always End Here
While a lot addressed in premarital, may walk away wanting more… and that’s ok. Premarital may just be a 1st step for your journey to happy and whole life.
Premarital Counseling may not be a good fit for…
Current or Recent Infidelity
History of Trauma
8 hours of premarital therapy with a licensed clinician. You will complete an assessment, review with the clinician, and learn skills personalized to your relationship.
If you still aren’t sure which is the best fit for you, send us a message with any questions and we will help you out.