Premarital Counseling with Bailey

Embarking on the journey towards marriage is an exciting chapter in any
couple’s life. In addition to the wedding planning and anticipation for the future, it’s
important to lay down a solid foundation for the life you’re about to build together.

This is where premarital counseling comes into play.

From my experience as a couples therapist, I have curated a premarital
counseling treatment plan that typically spans between 4 to 6 sessions, each designed
to delve into various aspects of your relationship and future marriage. The initial
session serves as an intake, where I will get to know you individually and as a couple.
It’s a space to share your relationship history, your strengths, hopes, and any concerns
you may have.

Over the next 3 to 5 sessions, the focus shifts to specific topics that help prepare
you for a successful marriage. These sessions explore communication skills, conflict
resolution strategies, understanding expectations and values, nurturing intimacy,
navigating financial matters, and managing family dynamics and boundaries.

One invaluable benefit of opting for premarital therapy in a private counseling
setting is the ability to explore these topics more deeply. Unlike generic premarital
courses, private counseling allows for personalized attention tailored to your unique
needs and concerns while providing a safer and confidential environment to be more
vulnerable and connect deeper.

The goal of premarital counseling is that through guided discussions and
exercises, couples gain insights, develop healthier communication patterns, strengthen
their bond, and are equipped with tools to face challenges that can arise in marriage.
Ultimately, premarital counseling isn’t just about preparing for a wedding; it’s about
laying a strong foundation for a fulfilling and resilient marriage