THE SMITHS will help you:

  • Identify strength and growth areas
  • Explore personality traits
  • Strengthen communication skills
  • Resolve conflicts and reduce stress
  • Compare family backgrounds
  • Comfortably discuss financial issues
  • Establish personal, couple, and family goals

Marriage Counseling

Couples face many pressures that negatively affect their relationship:

  • Views on financial responsibilities
  • Values and goals
  • Communication styles
  • Priorities
  • Parenting styles

Marriage counseling involves both partners working though their differences to solve problems in the relationship.  THE SMITHS approach to marital and couples therapy is a brief and directive talk therapy style that is solution focused.

Pre-Marriage Counseling

Couples often enter into marriage relationships without having a clear vision of the fundamentals of a marriage relationship. Some of the areas we will cover are as follows;

  • The criteria for marriage
  • The Christian Husband/Wife
  • Before your marriage
  • Your wedding day and after

Couples Club

Couples need the support and encouragement of other couples to help foster a thriving relationship. Couples Club in an interactive support group in a safe environment where married couples interact, share, laugh, and grow.

  • Ice Breakers
  • Break-out sessions
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Lively Discussions
  • Accountability

Work Shops

We create environments in our marriage workshops or weekend retreats where intimate partners transform who they are for each other. Our workshops offer a variety of learning experiences depending upon the workshop or weekend you choose. Here is some of what you will learn during a weekend retreat with us:

  • Relationship communication skills
  • How to heal and resolve old relationship problems
  • Exploring and increasing sexual intimacy
  • Your vision for a healthy marriage
  • How your relationship history affects who you are
  • How to “grow yourself” in relationship
  • How touch is an integral part of being a loving couple
  • Appreciating each other and having more fun.
  • Turning frustration into requests
  • How to be an intimate team.
  • The dysfunctional family
  • So you think you want to get married?