This option is suited for the individual who is considering marriage coaching for the first time. You might be wondering how you might strengthen or invest in your marriage and if this coaching process really does work! You would start with the first session, establish some objectives and goals, spend some time inbetween sessions implementing and returning for a follow up session to discuss the results, ask more questions and possibly set new goals.
2 sessions per month
This option is great for the individual who has begun to realize some frustration within the marriage, has a basic understanding of the conflict, but is unsure of how to proceed to address the issue with their spouse. This option builds on the previous one by adding more time to spend on implementing strategies and achieving goals with the benefit of more debriefing sessions to see how things are going and to establish the possibility of altering goals or moving in a new direction.
3 sessions per month
4 email messages per month
This option works best for the individual who needs a little more time to first strengthen themselves before setting out to address issues within their marriage. The marriage relationship is only as strong as the weakest member (at any given moment). Therefore, you might need some time discovering things about yourself that might not be inhibiting the health of your marriage.
4 sessions per month
unlimited email messages
Not everyone fits into neatly packaged coaching options and most will choose one of the previous coaching options and building on top of that, along with a few minor alterations here and there. The reality is that we are all different and function differently. Some of you might desire more inbetween session contact and support, while others might need fewer sessions with greater time required in between.
Let’s design something perfectly suited to you.
I have a very strong desire to see couples safely and successfully navigate the often times perilous waters of marriage.
HOW REALISTIC ARE YOUR EXPECTATIONS?
Relationships are not always easy and effortless. They have their struggles now and then. The person you once thought you knew so well (at times) will confuse, frustrate and dissappoint you. Over the years of marriage, both husband and wife continue to grow and experience life on an individual basis. Sometimes these changes are not fully or easily communicated and create an ever increasing distance between the once inseparable and cohesive team of husband and wife. No one, when beginning a relationship, starts out with the intention to destroy it. In fact we are usually optimistic and so full of good intention and grace that we cannot concieve of the relationship ever ending. However, when relationships are not nurtured, they eventually die.
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED?
I have seen (and personally experienced) far too many couples give up on their relationship far too easily and quickly. While in the midst of conflict, many thoughts and emotions lead us to make unhealthy and unwise decisions. Most of us feel like taking the easy way out. I understand – who enjoys fighting with the one who is supposed to love you the most? I believe that couples have many more options than the quick, but painful, means of quitting on a relationship that for so many years was rewarding and could continue to be for many more years to come.
Life experience and personality type have started me on this journey of coaching. I have been trained and certified through the Institute for Life Coach Training (ILCT) in Hudson, Ohio. I am currently furthering my studies through ILCT and working to obtain my Relationship Coaching Specialist certification.
103 Meredith Drive, St. Catharines, Ontario L2M 6C5
Appointments are scheduled on a mutually agreeable time and date.
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