This is a specialized type of therapy that is provided by marriage and family therapists. It is believed to benefit all couples who are considering a long-term commitment such as marriage. The goal of premarital counseling is to identify and address any potential areas of conflict in a relationship early on, before those issues become serious concerns, and teach partners effective strategies for discussing and resolving conflict. Pre-marital counseling package includes 6-8 sessions for a fee of $600 (save $360).
Marital Counseling is a form of therapy that supports people in intimate relationships. Therapy may be helpful for partners considering separation or seeking improved inimacy and understanding.
Unfaithfulness in a marriage or committed relationship can severely strain a relationship and the individuals involved which can lead to the end of the relationship. A partner’s affair can leave the other person feeling devastated, alone, betrayed, jealous, confused, and aggrieved. This helps the couple uncover long-standing problems with intimacy in their marriage/relationship.
Simple everyday stressors can strain an intimate relationship, and major sources of stress may threaten the stability of the relationship. Most relationship problems are manageable but when challenges are left unaddressed, tension mounts, poor habits develop, and the health and longevity of the relationship are in jeopardy which can lead to the end of the relationship.
Parenting styles evolve from a number of factors. Culture, how one was raised, adopted and adapted styles shared by parents, as well as re-marriage, blended families, and co-parenting. Conflicts often throw the entire family into emotional turmoil. Throughout this, emphasis is placed on improving communication which is a beneficial tool when attempting to resolve or prevent further conflict.
This area of therapy deals with identity troubles males or females may face as well as self-esteem and self worth struggles that occur daily. This can help improve how one sees themselves as well as how they in turn will interact with others and handle everyday stressors.