Marriage Counseling – Assessment Phase

The Assessment is a concise and evidence-based evaluation that offers valuable insights into the overall health of your relationship. Conducted by a Therapist, who will provide feedback based on the assessment results, helping you gain a deeper understanding of your relationship. Moreover, you will receive personalized recommendations to assist you in making informed decisions about improving your relationship.

Following the assessment, if your therapist determines that therapy would be beneficial for your specific situation, they will create a personalized treatment plan. This plan will include a tailored recommendation regarding the most suitable type of therapy to pursue during the Treatment Phase. The goal is to provide you with the most effective and targeted approach to address your relationship needs.

The Assessment

First Meeting

The First Meeting is a 75 Minute guided interview. Your Therapist will ask about your relationship, how it started and how we got here.

Online Questionnaire

You will be sent a questionnaire which will be done online individually. This will require about 45 Minutes to complete.

Individual Meetings

At this phase your therapist will meet with each member of the couple for 50 minutes each.

Feedback Meeting

The Couple will meet and be presented with a individualized report showing the strengths and challenges in the relationship

The Feedback

Upon completing the Relationship Wellbeing Assessment, both you and your partner will gain a deeper comprehension of the strengths and challenges present in your relationship. This assessment will empower you with the knowledge to take proactive steps in cultivating a more fulfilling, resilient, and stable partnership.

Furthermore, during your consultation, you will receive a comprehensive set of recommendations tailored specifically to your relationship. These recommendations will serve as a guide to help you and your partner address any challenges you may be facing. With these insights, you can navigate your relationship with a greater understanding and work towards building a stronger and more satisfying connection.

  • Books and Videos
  • Activities and Apps.
  • Workshops and presentations
  • Treatment Plan (If your counselor things you would benefit from Counseling)


What Would Treatment Look Like?