Premarital Coaching

Over the last 30 years, the PREPARE/ENRICH relationship assessment 

has helped than 3 million couples, and today it is the #1 premarital inventory

and couples assessment tool. 


Whether you are engaged, seriously dating, or already married, 


Couple Coaching and Premarital Coaching using the PREPARE/ENRICH relationship assessment will help you:


• Become more aware of your strengths and growth areas as a couple

• Feel more comfortable and able to discuss important issues

• Learn valuable communication and conflict-resolution skills

• Meet the long-term challenges of marriage


Premarital Coaching

topics include:


• Communication

• Expectations

• Friends and Interests

• Personality Match

• Problem Solving

• Spirituality

• Extended Family Issues

• Sexuality

• Financial Issues

• Readiness for Marriage

Preparing for marriage may be the most important thing you ever do. If you are engaged, you are in one of the most exciting times of your life, and are probably very busy planning your wedding. But how much time are you and your fiancé devoting to preparing yourselves for your “ever after”?


Most couples are largely unprepared for the eventualities of marriage, and many approach marriage with unresolved conflicts and unrealistic expectations. No couple enters marriage thinking that it won’t work out, yet nearly half of all marriages today end in divorce.


Premarital Coaching helps couples avoid this. Studies show that 8-12 hours of premarital counseling or coaching can reduce the risk of divorce as much as 30-50%!

Based on your assessment results, we will schedule 4-8 coaching sessions in which we will discuss the results of your assessment, learn proven relationship skills, and create the marriage of your dreams!!!


PREPARE can help you and your partner get on the right track, right from the start.  Contact me TODAY for more information about my

Premarital Coaching Packages.



Reference:(Stanley, Scott M. Amato, Paul. Johnson, Christine A. & Markman, Howard J. Premarital Education, Marital Quality, and Marital Stability: Findings From a Large, Random Household Survey. Journal of Family Psychology, 2006, Volume 20, pp. 117-126.)