Call our office to speak with a therapist about any of the services below. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have and to help you find the right support for your marriage/relationship and/or family.
Do you watch members of your family struggle to repair hurts? Or wonder why some family members just can’t “let things go”? Are your emerging adult children fizzling instead of launching? Do your kids walk away when you try to talk with them? Do you wonder why they’re not learning from their mistakes?
Some couples might be addressing patterns that keep emerging. For them it may feel like they continue to have the same fight over and over again, just the details are different. Other couples have a big hurt or a breach of trust like an infidelity and want help to repair this hurt and move forward.
Do you desire to begin your marriage with answers to tough questions that all couples will face? Questions such as: How can we communicate better? What is the best way for us to deal with conflict? Handle our families? Talk about money or sexuality? What about children? Are we going to have kids? How many? How will we parent together?
At Traverse, we offer premarital counseling by trained therapists in marriage and family systems. This gives added benefit to the feedback couples receive.
Sometimes a couple comes to a crossroads in their relationship. Discernment Counseling helps a couple identify the paths that they have before them and the work that each of those journeys would involve.
Discernment Counseling is a short term (typically 1-5 sessions) counseling process to assist couples in identifying a path for their future. A couple that would be a good fit for this process is one in which one partner wants to save the marriage and the other may be considering leaving.
- Path one: Work towards repair and reconciliation
- Path two: Separation/divorce
- Path three: The status quo—keep the relationship as it has been
Check out these blogs from our team about Marriage:
- Marriage is NOT a piece of Cake ~ Mathew Meyers, MA, LMFT