How can I help you?
Coaching can help couples cope with difficult challenges, avoid divorces, learn to forgive and get over past hurt or broken trust. Coaching can improve communication skills and restore harmony. My marriage coaching sessions are designed around the couples' specific needs and family culture. I provide marital work out sessions that will improve your relationship and marriage overrall improving your current levels of trust.
Why chose Marriage Coaching?
A marriage coach can help untangle knots in a marriage, but coaches do not promise that they can "save" marriages.
Through coaching, relationship issues can be clarified. For instance, coaches can separate what you can control from what you cannot. It brings awareness, where before only fear, resentment and avoidance existed.
How is coaching different?
The term ‘coaching’ in marriage coaching is a metaphor taken from the world of sports, where every competitive team will have a coach. No team can even try for excellence without the services of a coach. During coaching, there is no need to admit that you need help or even that you have a problem, so feelings of shame that are often triggered during counseling do not exist.
Most marriage coaches have been in long term happy marriages and they can impart the experiences and the skills that have made their own marriages successful. Although, I have been through the tough process of divorce, I still believe in marriage as the best foundation ever instituted by God for man and woman's happiness in life. I learned some valuable experiences that I can impart to you as a form of preventative maintenance. Thus marriage coaches can help couples develop strong, healthy and vibrant relationships. Counselors are more solution focused and they may inadvertently pressurized individuals into accepting solutions that they may not be comfortable with. When we think about the word ‘therapy’, you may visualize someone who needs help or cure. Individuals work with coaches by their own accord, not because they have to. Marriage coaches, when contrasted with counselors, are not called experts. Rather, they are people who have a certain skill set, which they use to support those who have goals to fulfill.
Thinking positive is the beginning, having a plan is the step two and keeping hearts open is the key.