Schedule Your Next Marriage Counseling Retreat
With Relationship Rescue Academy

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Here Are 6 Reasons to Choose Our Couples Therapy Retreat

1. Lodging Included

When you schedule a marriage intensive retreat with us, lodging is included with every package. Choose from a two, three, or even a five day retreat.

2. Free Clarity Call

Before you pay a dime, you can call us to ask any questions that you might have. If you want to video chat via Skype, we can do that as well.

3. Privacy

Our marriage therapy retreat is 100% private with no other couples there except you and your spouse. We don't do groups.

4. One-on-One sessions - No Group Work

When you attend our weekend marriage retreat you will have the reassurance that you will be working 1-on-1 with a highly skilled marriage therapist.

5. Personalized Experience

Every couple is unique and requires a personalized approach. That's why we don't subscribe to the one size fits all therapy approach.

6. We Work Exclusively With Couples

We're trained specifically as a couples' therapist. We are not trained as an individual therapist who happens to see some couples.

Our Relaxed and Peaceful 3 Acre Property is The
Perfect Getaway to Work on Your Relationship

Call 765-575-4617 and we’ll address any questions
or concerns you may have

Most Frequently Asked Questions Answered

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Relationship Rescue Academy proudly serve couples from across the entire U.S. and Canada. We are located in Kokomo, Indiana approximately 45 minutes north of Indianapolis, Indiana.

We understand. Making that initial call to us is a big step. Sure, you may have been thinking about it for a long time, but suddenly scheduling a consultation may make things seem very real and even a little nerve-wracking.

We expect most of our initial callers to be a tad bit nervous when they call us. Remember, you are just scheduling a consultation with us, get some of your questions answered, learn more about the issues related to your situation, and maybe even gain some valuable insight on your current situation.

Of course, you may decide that your next step is to not schedule an intensive with us, and that is absolutely fine. There is no pressure for you to commit to anything at your initial consultation, and we appreciate that you have much to consider.

Before you register we want to speak to you on the phone to ensure that we are a good fit for the challenges that you are facing.

There are two ways to get started, you can either call us right now at (765) 575-4617 or fill out the form here and we will call you.

If we mutually agree that our retreat is a good match for your situation, next a $1,540 nonrefundable deposit is required to secure your date. Full payment is due one week before retreat.

Absolutely. Whether or not you are married, a couples counseling retreat can have a profound impact on your relationship.

All couples deal with the same kinds of patterns and issues, to one extent or another. All couples need to have certain skills to thrive in a long term relationship.

  • Fort Wayne International Airport (1.5 hr drive). This airport is usually more expensive.
  • Indianapolis International Airport ( 1.5 hr drive) This is a big airport, and often times less expensive flights are available.

Our intensive marriage counseling weekend is not appropriate for:

  • Couples engaged in domestic violence
  • Couples who are actively engaged in substance abuse/dependence
  • Couples who are actively engaged in an ongoing affair

Yes. Not only do we equip you with tools to help you keep your relationship on track, we also offer one “After-Care” session.  If you need more sessions after that we can work together to set up more sessions.

Lodging is included in the price. You are responsible for your transportation and meals.

This Intensive is private and not a group effort. It is designed especially for you and your spouse.

How Much Does it Cost?

2 Day Intensive

$3200 Lodging Included
  • One Pre-Intensive phone or video Consulation
  • 2 day intensive with a licensed marriage therapist
  • One Post-Intensive follow up phone or video call session to ensure lasting change

3 Day Intensive

$4200 Lodging Included
  • One Pre-Intensive phone or video consultation
  • 3 day intensive with a licensed marriage therapist
  • One Post-Intensive follow up phone or video call session to ensure lasting change

4 Day Intensive

$5500 Lodging Included
  • One Pre-Intensive phone or video consultation
  • 4 day intensive with a licensed marriage therapist
  • One Post-Intensive follow up phone or video call session to ensure lasting change

5 Day Intensive

$6500 Lodging Included
  • One Pre-Intensive phone or video consultation
  • 5 day intensive with a licensed marriage therapist
  • One Post-Intensive follow up phone or video call session to ensure lasting change

Seven ways that Married Couples Can Benefit from a
Marriage counseling Retreat

People seek out therapy for a variety of reasons. Those looking for help with their relationships understand that their relationship could be better. Many people think that a marriage therapy retreat is strictly for relationships that are in turmoil, but every relationship can reap the benefits of having an objective individual helping make their relationship stronger. While each couple has their own reasons for wanting to pursue counseling at a weekend intensive, there are some common benefits that every couple can enjoy. 

Below are 7 ways that couples can benefit from counseling at a couples therapy intensive:

  1. Communication

Every good relationship feeds on strong communication skills. There are a variety of ways that we communicate with our loved ones in a relationship, and a good counselor helps to bring out the most effective ways for you and your partner to have open and healthy communication.

We are strongly influenced by our upbringing, which is where we learn how to communicate from an early age. Often, we are not modeled healthy communication from the adults who were supposed to shape our lives and we bring those unhealthy communication skills into our own relationships.

Professional Counselors at a couples retreat can help us see that communication is ultimately a choice we make, and they will help you differentiate between healthy and unproductive communication. 

  1. Premarital Therapy

One of the groups who can benefit the most from a marriage counseling retreat are couples who are preparing for marriage. Marriage is intended to be a lifetime commitment, one filled with love, respect, and trust. Attending a couples counseling retreat before deciding to get married can help young couples deal with many of the obstacles they will encounter on their marital journey.

From decisions about finances, to shared household duties, to the role that children and in-laws might take in their relationship, a good premarital counselor can help hash out all these issues before they become obstacles in the relationship. 

  1. Sex

Everyone always laughs at the husband or wife complaining about not being sexually fulfilled in their marriage. In fact, there has been successful sitcoms devoted to just this. While it may be okay to poke fun at something like this, the reality is that sexual fulfillment plays a big role in a relationships success or failure.

A strong sexual bond can be one of the pieces that connects a couple for a lifetime. Attending a weekend retreat can give couples a safe place to discuss their intimacy issues and give them useful strategies to keep a healthy and active sex life. 

  1. Infidelity

One of the most damaging issues a relationship can endure is issues with infidelity. Often, this is a relationship ending issue, but a private couples counseling retreat can help willing partners repair the bonds that were broken when one partner decided to stray outside the relationship.

Within the walls of a counselor’s office, couples can work together to try to heal from the issues that led up to and beyond the acts of infidelity. Sometimes, an objective third-party can help each person see the real issue behind the infidelity and give strategies to help them cope with the betrayal and rebuild a healthy relationship. 

  1. Social Media Issues

People, more than ever, are living digital lives. A big part of that digital life is social media. It can be both a blessing and a curse to relationships. Many counselors have reported a significant increase in relationship issues stemming from mismatched views on how to handle social media issues.

Couples are often in conflict over who their partner has as friends, or how much (or little) they post about their relationship on social media. Often, it can create unrealistic expectations about what a relationship is supposed to be.

People’s activity on social media can be quickly misinterpreted and what might seem like harmless actions by one, might be much more egregious to another. A good counselor can help couples work through these issues that were created by each other’s online personas.

They will help couples find a common ground where social media is concerned, determine what is acceptable and what is not, and work to reestablish trust that might have been broken as a result of social media effecting the relationship in a negative way. 

  1. Issues with Trust

Trust is one of the biggest relationship killers there is. There’s an old adage that states once the trust is gone, the love is soon to follow. Often, relationships fail and dissolve when one person stops trusting the other.

Trust is one of the most important factors in having a healthy and happy relationship. Learning to trust someone who has violated that aspect of the relationship can be a very long and difficult road.

It can be disheartening to someone trying to regain the trust of another when that person doesn’t come around within the timeframe they had hoped. An immersive couples therapy retreat can help to teach couples how to cope with trust issues, and give them strategies that are intended to rebuild trust in their relationship. Sometimes, just having another person validating the feelings of both people can help to start the process of learning to trust one another again. 

  1. The Roommate Effect

There’s nothing worse than being in a relationship where both parties feel like they are just roommates sharing the living expenses and day to day routine. Good relationships have passion, excitement, and the feeling like both people are working for the betterment of the relationship, not just to keep the mortgage current and the lights on.

A marriage therapists are trained how to re-engage couples so that their relationships have passion and fulfillment. They can help couples figure out what might be missing, and how they can bring back the good old days when just looking at that other person gave you butterflies. 

Relationships take work from both people, and any couple who appears to have an easy relationship is probably putting in the work behind closed doors. That’s what a couple’s counselor does. They give you the tools to take home and apply to your daily life. The result is a relationship that is stronger, healthier, more passionate, and fulfilling than you could imagine. Who wouldn’t want a relationship like that?

If you think your relationship might be getting bogged down, then you should seek out the services of a marital counseling retreat. Odds are, you are going to get the tools to build that lifelong relationship you deserve. 

Call 765-575-4617 and we’ll address any questions
or concerns you may have

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