Premarital Counseling 



Planning for a wedding can be both exciting and stressful. In the midst of planning your wedding day, don't forget to prepare for your marriage.  As you may know, 50% of all marriages end in divorce.  However, I believe you can beat the odds by intentionally building a healthy and loving foundation.  When I was planning for my wedding not too long ago, the planning process brought about differences and areas of conflict that we were unaware of. However, premarital counseling helped us to address those issues and gain a better understanding of our pitfalls before entering into a marriage relationship. Premarital counseling is essential.

My mission is to help couples learn how to build happy, healthy and connected marriages.  It does not mean that you will not encounter struggles.  However, premarital counseling is designed to equip you with practical tools to help you understand where the pitfalls of your marriage lies so that you are not blindsided when it comes and have the know how to work through it with your partner.  

The best thing you can give to your fiancé and your future marriage is the gift of a strong foundation. Call Today!

How does premarital counseling work?

To begin your premarital counseling sessions, you will first take the online assessment Prepare and Enrich. I will email you a personal password to enter in order to log in to the system. Both you and your future spouse will take this assessment separately. Your responses are private and will not be available to each other. Together we will explore the strengths and growth areas (areas in need of improvement) of your relationship based on your unique couple assessment.  

I am a Certified Facilitator of PREPARE/ENRICH, the #1 premarital assessment.

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about prepare-Enrich

PREPARE/ENRICH is a customized couple assessment that identifies strength and growth areas.  I am a certified facilitator for Prepare and Enrich.  

The Prepare-Enrich inventory is a widely recognized assessment used for engaged, married and committed couples.  This assessment tool has been developed over 30 years and over 3 million couples have utilized this tool to improve their relationships. This assessment tool focuses on helping couples identify their growth and strength areas. I also use the PREPARE/ENRICH with couples to gain better insight into their relationship, which helps to customize their treatment plan. 

areas of focus in premarital counseling:

  • Strengthen communication skills

  • Identify major stressors

  • Resolve conflict

  • Develop a more balanced relationship

  • Explore family of origin issues

  • Discuss financial planning and budgeting

  • Establish personal, couple and family goals

  • Understand and appreciate personality differences