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Did you know that most of our clients have never tried counseling before?

How much does this cost in all?

That depends on what kind of client you are (Pre-Married, Check-Up, Married), your situation/challenges, how often we meet and how hard you two work. Most marriage counseling couples are with us for about 8-10 sessions. When you consider this, remember that counseling is an investment in your relationship. And as Pastor Rick Warren said, "Do you know how expensive separation and divorce are, or the pain of being in an unhealthy marriage? You can't afford NOT to get counseling!"

Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, no. We do not take insurance.

How often do we need to meet?

Ideally, we will meet weekly, at least in the beginning to gain traction and momentum. However, we know some clients cannot do that, so we recommend NO LESS than 2 sessions a month. 

What kinds of couples do you work with?

We work with couples who are dating, engaged, married or living together.

How do we sign up?

Ideally, we'd love you to book a free Discovery Session so you can make sure we are right for you, but feel free to go to our services and fees page to book any kind of session you like!

What kinds of challenges do you help couples overcome?

We cover a wide range of challenges, mostly because we have experienced so much in our own marriage. These include (but are not limited to):

  • character traits (dating only)

  • commitment

  • communication

  • conflict resolution

  • family and friends dynamics

  • parenting styles & expectations

  • intergenerational issues

  • becoming parents or new parents

  • step-parents & step-parenting

  • parenting stress

  • confidence in parenting

  • parenting relationship satisfaction (per child)

  • family communication

  • family satisfaction

  • financial management

  • forgiveness

  • health and wellness

  • history of abuse

  • leisure life

  • partner style and habits

  • relationship dynamics

  • relationship roles & responsibilities

  • sexual expectations

  • Christ-centered adherence

  • stress