Marriage Counseling and Couples Counseling. If you're dealing with a relationship crisis, troublesome behaviors, a challenging transition, or just looking to improve an already good relationship; this tract may be for you.
- Get practical tools and techniques to help you feel more connected to your partner.
- Learn how to end the negative and repeating patterns that are harmful to your relationship.
- Learn how to manage your negative feelings and emotions to prevent damaging interactions with your partner.
Discernment Counseling. If one of you is considering divorce or leaving and the other wants to give the marriage another chance; this tract may be for you. This may help you have a better understanding of what has happened to your marriage and what to do next. Discernment Counseling is short term, and the focus is on deciding if marriage counseling is appropriate and makes sense. Read more about Discernment Counseling here
- Take a look at both sides of problems — yours and your spouse’s.
- Determine whether past counseling has been helpful or not so helpful.
- Evaluate the possibility of solving your problems and staying married and whether or not to move towards divorce
Individual Counseling. If something in your life is causing you distress, or you are having difficulty managing your emotions; this tract may be for you. You will get help with issues with your spouse or partner, difficulties with your children, getting along with other family members, work related problems with your boss or a co-worker. You will learn strategies how to regulate your focus and attention even if you can't seem to set or attain your goals, or a recent divorce, illness, or loss.
- Learn how to get your confidence back and get rid of that sense of hopelessness and despair.
- You feel overwhelmed, stuck and need help getting your life back on track.
- Learn what "Emotional Hijacking" is and what you can do to regulate your physical anxiety.