Posts From: Couple’s Retreat Category

Posted On: 1 Jul,2016 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat, Couples

A Close Relationship: Do you Have One?

A close relationship is something we all want. Two relationship experts, John Gottman and Julie Schwartz Gottman, studied relationships for over 40 years. They found that the friendship a couple has really is the foundation of the relationship. Below are some questions created by the Gottmans to help you think about your relationship: We enjoy doing […]

Posted On: 26 Jun,2016 By:
Category: Addiction, Couple's Retreat, Couples

Addiction and Couple’s Therapy

  Addiction and couples’ therapy were two things Jack and Jill* never thought they’d be involved in. But here they sat in my office trying to figure it all out.

Posted On: 2 Feb,2014 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat, Couples

Are Shared Values Enough in a Couple’s Relationship?

Debbie and Derek have been married for over 20 years. The most important part of their love for one another has always been their shared values. Derek has always been a hard worker and a good provider. Debbie was born to be a mother.

Posted On: 10 Jan,2013 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

A Tailor-Made Couples Retreat in Canmore

Who comes to the private retreats? I’m amazed and in awe of how hard couples are willing to work to make things better in their relationships. People come wanting to do to things such as rekindle their love, deepen their friendship, to feel closer to one another again, to have support in communication and conflict, […]

Posted On: 31 Oct,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

Moving past Skeletons in the Closet during a Marriage Retreat

*Veronica and Darryl came for the marriage retreat after both realized their relationship just wasn’t getting better on its own. They were committed to their relationship but couldn’t figure out how to bridge the ocean that was growing between them.

Posted On: 24 Oct,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

A Couples Retreat for Counseling Virgins

The decision *Jack had never been to counseling before. He was used to dealing with things by himself. The thought of talking to a stranger about their personal problems was so completely foreign he had a hard time imagining it let alone actually doing it.

Posted On: 29 Aug,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

Couples Retreat Help

This year has been incredibly busy with couple’s retreats. It’s work I find incredibly gratifying. Working with people who are on the brink of ending their relationships, who have been devastated by affairs, who have arguments that go badly, or who have grown apart is challenging. But it’s also really rewarding to witness people coming […]

Posted On: 16 Feb,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

Rebuilding Communication and Connection in a Couples Retreat

Lots of couples that I work with grapple with communication and connection. How do you stay feeling connected when the communication isn’t what you want it to be? How do you keep on trying when you’re feeling so discouraged?

Posted On: 5 Dec,2011 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

The Couples Retreat: How to Save a Marriage

I just finished another marriage retreat with a couple. I can’t tell you how satisfying it feels to work with a couple regarding their relationship problems and finish the weekend with everyone feeling like it made a significant difference.

Posted On: 2 Jul,2010 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat, Couples, Solution-focused

Relationship Distance: Crossing the Oceans Apart

A relationship example… I was working with a couple. Let’s call them Marj and Jack. They had been married for 10 years and had three children. Marj made sure that everyone got to their day-to-day tasks, commitments, and activities. She also managed the cleaning, cooking, laundry, and other domestic tasks. Jack loved to plan and […]