Marital and Pre-Marital Counseling

Sometimes we might feel like we are talking in circles and having the same argument over and over again with our partner or spouse, wondering if we’re ever going to find a way to move past the disconnect. Sometimes we feel like we are walking on eggshells in our own home. Sometimes it may seem like we are working so hard to keep it all together only to feel like the relationship is falling apart. It doesn’t have to be this way. Bridging the gap between what we want and what got us here is the key.

Marriage & Couples Counseling can focus on communication styles and breakdown, trust issues such as affairs and infidelity, stress management, power struggles, agreement on parenting styles, financial stress, and conflict resolution.

At DK Therapy, sessions are designed to help recreate the happiness and intimacy that has been missing and put it back into the marriage and relationship. We all want to feel heard, understood, and appreciated. Find out how to start making positive changes in your relationship.

Pre-Marital Counseling

There is a terrific advantage of pre-marital counseling, in that, learning how to communicate and work through problems is a lot easier before rather than after marriage. Learning conflict resolution and communication skills can strengthen our chances of staying together and create a sustainable and healthy relationship. Quite simply, we can learn how to argue better.

Before the wedding, we are still in the building stage and each of us has expectations. It is important to be open about the issues that threaten our future because communication now helps us navigate future circumstances that test our resolve. By learning how to talk through the differences, we form good habits that will carry us through the years.

Pre-marital counseling helps us, and our partners, improve communication, set realistic expectations for marriage, and develop and clarify needs and expectations. We all need help to grow as a couple. Pre-marital counseling can help couples focus on goals and establish a positive attitude about seeking help down the road. This openness, flexibility, and adaptability can be learned and are also essential for growth.