RGC utlitizes various forms of treatment modalities including CBT, DBT, Narrative Therapy, Trauma Informed, Family of Origin, Genogram, and both the Foccus, and Prepare Marriage Inventories.
Have you ever heard "It takes two to tango?"
Marriage counseling begins with completing an individual assessment one spouse at a time. The assessment is a 90 minute interview where your therapist will learn about each one of you to then determine the best course of action. Both spouses need to agree to want to be in counseling. If there are addictions involved, those issues need to be addressed first. If infidelity is an issue, that other relationship(s) needs to stop before starting counseling. Our success rate in marriage counseling is very good, if both are willing to change. Putting God first, then your spouse, then the children, then your extended family and job after that. If you are truly ready to work on your marriage, then we invite you each to request an appointment with us to begin the journey. Remember you each need to request an appointment on your own first.
Congratulations on becoming engaged!
Perhaps during your marriage preparation sessions with your host couple or priest, there have been some areas of concern that would benefit from a few sessions with a professional counselor. Common areas to discuss for couples getting married are: Communication, Conflict Resolution, Family of Origin, Intimacy, Finances, NFP, Religion, and Raising the children Catholic, to name just a few.
Other Christian faiths are welcome for this special time in your lives. RGC celebrates and is respectful of our common beliefs in the Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Insurance may or may not cover your sessions.
Redeeming Grace Counseling provides Telehealth Counseling to those living across North Dakota. Most health insurances are now accepting telehealth counseling. Please check with your insurance for details. For further information on Telehealth and on how it works, click here: