Premarital Counseling - Boston, MA

Prepare proactively for a strong and passionate marriage

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Building on the love you already have

With a proper process, you can become a stronger team and gain a realistic picture of what to expect, what strengths to build on, and what vulnerabilities to address.

  • 76% of married couples say they wish they had premarital counseling.
  • 86% of Americans over 18 say all couples considering marriage should get pre-marriage education.
  • Couples who have not gone through premarital counseling are more likely to see their problems as unique and unsolvable.
  • 41% of divorced couples say lack of premarital preparation contributed to their divorce.
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Discover and use your strengths

Premarital counseling involves a comprehensive assessment that identifies multiple areas of strengths in the relationship. You can capitalize on such strengths in the times of stress and conflict in the future. 

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Become a team

Whether you are optimistic and full of hope about your upcoming marriage or are cautious about saying “I do” because your concerns haven’t been voiced or heard, together you can become a stronger team and gain a realistic picture of what to expect, what strengths to build on, and what vulnerabilities to address.

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Create a strong and supportive long-term bond

Each partner’s needs, longings and fears are explored and addressed in productive, solution-focused ways. We will also identify each partner’s communication and conflict styles as well as expectations of marriage. We will then focus on how they mesh together and develop strategies for creating a strong and supportive long-term bond. 

Discover more in your free premarital brochure