Help For Life, Marriage or Family Stress
Many other family relationships may frustrate or depress you: a divorced spouse you must still parent with, teenagers who no longer listen, siblings who ridicule you, elderly parents who make demands but never thank you. These are common, but often very difficult, problems to deal with. And seeking help from a professional counselor may be the best thing you can do.
Sometimes counseling works best when you come by yourself; sometimes it is most effective when a couple comes together. At other times, the whole family needs to be involved before anything really improves. You are invited to make use of this professional resource. Especially when you feel overwhelmed or depressed. Because professional counseling is always available. And it is always a hopeful, positive first step, toward change.
Counseling Program Available
Most newlyweds have stresses that already trouble them. Premarital Counseling is an opportunity to look closely at your relationship and to learn exactly how to make your marriage successful. This established, short-term program works because it provides a new start, facilitates honest interaction, and incorporates an expert’s help.
Using the PREPARE Inventory developed by Dr. David Olson, you will explore the results of a 25-page computer report to understand your relationship in detail. With Dr. Woo’s help, you will learn and develop the skills necessary for a lifelong marriage.