3-Day Couples Intensive
Getting Unstuck So We Can Thrive
After betrayal, many couples reach a stuck place in the process of rebuilding trust and connection. Being stuck can help fortify a relationship if successfully navigated through… the problem is that getting unstuck is hard to figure out.
Long-term idling in the relationship can generate feelings of hopelessness and grief.
What if you could identify the reason your relationship is stuck and move forward with new insights and a stronger bond?
Feeling stuck usually pertains to a problem in one of the following areas:
We will also lead you in a process that is designed to lay a foundation upon which trust can be rebuilt. A significant focus of our Intensives also includes developing intimacy on an emotional, physical, and spiritual level. Part of our focus on the last day of the intensive is on the subject of healthy sexuality, how to move toward it and embrace it once you are feeling safe again.
- Intimacy (emotional or sexual)
The Resilient Marriage Couple’s Intensive will help you identify what’s stuck and generate a solution to get the ball rolling again. During your 3-Day Intensive you will take an in-depth look at your own coping strategies and other potential risk factors to building trust, intimacy, and empathy.
As a couple you will gain tools that help you…
Plus, you will learn a joint protocol to help partners eliminate triggers and you will gain several at-home exercises to build intimacy and trust.
“This was a difficult process that required a lot of trust, truth, heart and guts on both sides. The way Hope got to the difficult answers was extremely effective yet almost seemed painless as we were being led. Looking back it was very painful but it didn’t feel that way while in it. She knew when to let me ask, talk, etc. She guided that discussion to ensure I knew the whole truth not just what he wanted me to know. She also knew that I believed my husband to be a very good man but I wasn’t able to get to that guy – she helped him find that man.”
“On our flight home, I told my husband that I believed this might have been the most important, most challenging and most rewarding thing we have ever done in our lives. This intensive dove into the issues that are impossible to get to at home. It also touched on important issues outside of the addiction like communication.”
“It’s hard for me to express in words my appreciation for your part in the progress we’ve made in the last three months. We’ve done the work, so I think we can take credit for that. But you gave us the road map and challenged us to go on the journey. We’ll take it one day at a time, but I’m hopeful that in six months we’ll have more progress to share with you. Thanks again. “