I’ve been specializing in marriage crisis coaching going on 10 years now, mostly working with just the partner who wants to save it when their spouse is not interested or has checked out of the marriage. These spouses are often experiencing a mid-life awakening crisis and are often in extramarital affairs.
Saving their marriage is often the hardest thing my client has ever had to do in their life, but also the most rewarding and fulfilling because they are able to create a better relationship than they have ever had with their spouse. When that is not possible, they have grown into the better person they need to be to create that magic with someone new in the future.
The same principles I coach one spouse on work even faster when both partners are on board. It’s so fun to witness them growing into a healthier, happier relationship. I believe when any one person becomes happier, they spread that happiness through their family, their friendships, their work, and out into the world at large.
It is my mission in life to reach out to those who are scared and broken hearted in their hurting marriage and show them how to rebuild better and stronger and healthier, so they can experience and model a joyful loving partnership. That makes our world a bit better place to live.
- Compatibility conflicts
- Drifting apart
- Empty nest syndrome
- Falling out of love
- Feeling defeated or unhappy
- Improving your communication skills
- Lack of trust
- Motivation/Priorities/Roles & Responsibility
- Negotiation and decision making skills
- Physical or emotional affair
- Pre-marital issues
- Role of power/controlling behavior
Clinical Approach: Developmental Model
Years of Experience: 3+
- Coach Coach
A relationship coach supports couples in learning vital partnership skills and helps you to develop conflict resolution skills, offering tools to achieve a thriving, healthy relationship. Coaches tend to focus on the present and creating an inspired future.
All well-trained relationship specialists seek to offer advice, feedback, observations, and homework to help your relationship evolve. Therapists and counselors have mandatory educational and licensing requirements that are determined by the state or country in which they practice. Coaches do not.
- Developmental Model of Couples Therapy
- Developmental Model of Couples Therapy Advanced
- Certified 3-C’s ™ Relationship Coach
- RCI (Relationship Coaching Institute) Certified Relationship Coach
- Gottman 7 Principles Workshop Provider
- Clear Your Beliefs Practitioner
- Voice Dialogue Practitioner
- HeartMath Institute Resilience Coach
- Meta Institute Certified Therapeutic Coach
- Learning Strategies Approved PhotoReading Instructor
- United States
- Telehealth (virtual)