Starting Out - Eight Week Marriage Counseling and Couples Counseling Program

(Ideal for Moderate levels of marital stress and conflict)

Life is a Journey
“In the end, each of us will be judged by our standard of life, not by our standard of living; by our measure of giving, not by our measure of wealth; by our simple goodness, not by our seeming greatness.”

This program is designed for young couples in their 1st relationship or marriage, together for less than 5 years. It is ideal for premarital counseling, or counseling for 1st marriages experiencing moderate levels of stress and conflict, minor parenting issues, struggles with anger and or communication, intermittent but still significant fights. This program is a good choice to learn the tools you need to create and maintain lasting harmony in your marriage or relationship. There is no shortcut to excellence. Success can only be achieved through a combination of infinite patience, determined focus, tireless effort and hard-won experience.

Weeks 1-3: ( 6hrs marriage counseling )

Weeks 4-8: ( 3hrs marriage counseling )

Additional Benefit: ( 1hr marriage counseling session )

"Robert's words are right there online, "There is hope." And those simple words carry so much meaning when applied in applied in a caring, professional manner. It can't be an easy job to try to patch up communication problems and relationship difficulties that span decades at times between couples, but there is an art to truly listen to each other and an even greater skill to teach that to people who need it the most. Patience, caring and an intense focus on the positive allowed us to thrive and finally hear each other in a way I honestly did not think possible. There are no words to properly thank someone for saving a relationship, although repeating my appreciation early and often is a start. Thanks again Rob, your heartfelt efforts provided us with that hope where there was none."
-Don - Marriage counseling Broomfield Colorado

Mastery of new ideas and skills takes a bit of time. Unless you commit and persist in your efforts to do something beyond what you have already mastered, things will be forever as they are today. The process of change and understanding is an ongoing state of exploration that is never finished... a journey that never ends.

There is hope.

Robert Whitman, Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, CAC III