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Start your new life together on the right foot
Marriage is one of the biggest choices you can make in life. As “I” becomes “we,” you are creating a new lifestyle with your partner.
Our premarital counseling will provide you and your spouse-to-be with a road map for marriage. Through communication and understanding, you can avoid pitfalls and build the strong, long lasting and loving relationship you dream of.
Do We Need Premarital Counseling?
Psychologically, the time leading up to your wedding often triggers an emotional cascade of excitement, nervousness, anxiety and hope. Looking past the big day, you may also feel unprepared for what’s next … or be fearful of repeating past mistakes.
Married or partnered life can be amazing, and it can also be a roller coaster of ups and downs. By solidifying your communication techniques and addressing any outstanding issues beforehand, premarital counseling can help ensure you are both ready to say “I do.”
What Do We Do in Premarital Counseling?
Premarital counseling addresses a wide range of issues, choices and topics, including:
- Why marriage can be challenging & how it can be amazing
- Why you chose your partner
- How your childhood predicts your relationship struggles
- The stages of relationship, from early romance to full maturity
- Why you can talk to anyone else, but communicating with your partner sometimes brings out the worst in you
- How to turn your conflict into growth and fulfillment
- How to keep the romance flowing
MEET OUR PREMARITAL COUNSELORS
I absolutely love Well Clinic! From the beginning, my husband and I felt like we were in a comfortable and safe space.
Our couple’s therapy bridged gaps in our relationship and helped us understand each other that much more.
Well Clinic is an oasis, especially for busy professionals like me.
It’s a relaxing and safe space, nothing like the stuffy or drab offices you’d expect when going to a therapist.
Well Clinic’s inviting and professional design makes me feel comfortable and at ease, which probably benefits the work I am doing.
In fact, it doesn’t really feel like a therapy clinic at all, which I find awesome.