Pre-Marital Counselling

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Pre-Marital Counselling

Pre-marital counseling is a process to help couples prepare for marriage. The purpose of pre-marital counseling is to help couples identify potential areas of conflict and work on developing effective communication and problem-solving skills. Typically, we will meet for a total of six sessions.
The first step in pre-marital counseling is typically an initial meeting with me to discuss your history and any concerns you and your fiancée may have about getting married. This meeting is an opportunity for me to get to know you and establish a therapeutic relationship.
After the initial meeting, I will complete an assessment to identify areas of strength and weakness in your relationship. The assessment covers topics such as communication, conflict resolution, and values.
Based on the results of the assessments, I will work with you to develop a plan to addresses any areas of concern. This may include individual or joint counseling sessions, as well as homework assignments to practice new skills outside of therapy.
Throughout the pre-marital counseling process, I will work with you to improve your communication skills, teach you how to effectively resolve conflict, and help you build a strong foundation for a healthy and fulfilling marriage. I will also address other topics such as intimacy, finances, and family dynamics.
Ultimately, the goal of pre-marital counseling is to help you build a strong, healthy, and lasting relationship, and to equip you with the tools and skills you need to navigate the challenges and opportunities that come with marriage. By working with me, you two can set a strong foundation for a happy and fulfilling life together.