Traditional marriage counseling has its place. But sometimes 1 hour a week just isn’t enough.
If your marriage is in a place that needs serious restoration, or if your schedule prevents you from taking off work once a week for 3+ months to attend counseling, you might be a good candidate for a marriage intensive.
Advantages of a Marriage Intensive
- Hourly Counseling Brings Up Problems but Leaves No Time for Solutions
- Leaves time to Address Both Sides of the Story
- Up to 1 year of Counseling in two days Yielding Tangible Results
Biblical Concepts Covered in a Marriage Intensive
- Resolve Years of Hurtful Events Effectively
- Six Warm-Up Steps that Guarantee Successful Conflict Resolution
- Eliminating Worry, Fear, and Anxiety that Prevents Abundant Life
- Discovering True Freedom by Gaining Powerful Self-Control
- Getting to the Root of Your and Your Children’s Bad Behavior
- What Does a Happy Marriage Really Look Like?
- Discovering Ten Needs of Your Spouse
- Getting Your Partner to Share More Heartfelt Emotions
- How Problems and Emotional Distance Develop
- Why Meeting Needs with Good Intentions Is Not Enough
- Protecting Your Marriage from Infidelity
- Communicating Desires, Needs, and Hurts Without Provoking Anger
- Eliminating Your Partner’s Anger
- Helping Your Partner Resolve Childhood Hurts that Can Hinder Present Relationships
- Alleviating Your Partner’s Feelings of Loneliness
- Discovering Your Partner’s Need of the Moment
- How Misapplying Boundaries Destroys Your Marriage
- Helping Your Partner Discover Ways They Hurt You
- Why “Coping” with Problems Is Not Biblical
- Why “Just Choosing to Forgive” Doesn’t Fully Work
- Experiencing True Forgiveness
- Recovering and Regaining Trust after Adultery
Contact Hans Molegraaf to determine if a marriage intensive is the most effective plan of care for you and for more details.