When you schedule an intensive with us, lodging is included with every package. Choose from a two, three, or even a five day retreat.
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.
When you attend our marriage intensive you will have the reassurance that you will be working 1-on-1 with a highly skilled marriage therapist.
We're trained specifically as a couples' therapist. We are not trained as an individual therapist who happens to see some couples.
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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.
Our intensive marriage counseling weekend is not appropriate for:
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.
Most people follow a pretty simple sequence in a long term relationship. They meet, fall in love, and eventually get married. Part of any marriage is dealing with life events that will test the foundation of their love for one another.
These tests come in the form of stresses, difficult conversations, hurt feelings, and the resentment that can creep into the relationship after these stresses surface.
For couples that want to keep a loving and lasting relationship, it is important to learn to deal with the outcome of these events and keep the positive lines of communication open. It can be difficult to swallow your pride and admit that your relationship might need the help of a professional.
A marriage retreat can make all the difference in whether your marriage survives the proverbial storm, or ends up smashed to pieces on the rocks that grow from resentment. There are some true benefits to utilizing the services of a couples counseling retreat.
One of the main advantages to using a couple’s counselor is that they can bring a unique and fresh perspective into the issues plaguing your relationship. It can be easy to get caught up in all the emotion that comes from issues in a relationship.
A marriage therapist at a weekend intensive will observe the two of you together, assess the situation, and help you find a common ground. It is their goal to get to the root of the issues, and help you figure out exactly how and why all the issues began to surface.
This new perspective, coupled with their experiences with other couples having similar issues, is what helps them to truly look at the needs of your relationship. While your problems are uniquely your own, those experiences helping others push past their own issues will transfer well into his/her ability to help you with yours.
All too often we get shortsighted with our own issues and the emotions that are tied to them. When you open up to a marriage counselor, you are opening up yourself to their wealth of experience. This will help them give you a different perspective on your relationship, and find new avenues that you can explore to make those positive changes needed to reclaim your marriage.
One of the best aspects of opening up the problems in your marriage to an outside source is the objectivity they bring to your problems. It can be very easy to keep score, go back and forth in the “he said, she said” types of arguments that never actually accomplish anything worthwhile.
Most of us will first reach out to our friends and family for help and advice. While they are typically supportive of your issues, they tend to not be objective enough to really help you work through the issues.
They will tend to take sides, and be comforting but not necessarily helpful. Our friends and family tend to be lovingly biased, which is what we need from time to time for support. However, this bias is not productive.
A marriage counselor at weekend marital intensive is coming into your situation without the knowledge of your past, and doesn’t have personal connections to you or your partner. This doesn’t mean that you won’t make a connection with your counselor, but that connection will be with both of you.
They will be objective enough to call each of you out on your role in the issues that are hurting your relationship, and they will not take sides. It’s not their job to be a referee, it is their job to help two people realize why they fell in love in the first place.
They will help you stick to finding solutions to the problems, and they will be there to make sure you are following through with your end of the healing process.
A marriage counselor at a couples therapy retreat is not just there to listen to each person’s side of the story. They ultimately want to help you bring your marriage back to a happy, healthy, productive partnership.
Their counseling doesn’t just end when your session is up either. They will give you tools and strategies that you can bring into your own home to open up lines of communication and use those tools in your everyday lives.
Many couples who seek out a marriage intensive weekend have lost their ability to objectively communicate with one another. A counselor will give you strategies to engage in healthy conversations that are productive and worthwhile. They will make the healing process a conscious effort that the two of you will incorporate into your daily routine.
Many counselors also have strategies to help you reinvigorate the intimacy that often gets lost when couples are in turmoil. The good news here is that, even once you are finished with your sessions with them, the lessons you learn will continue to make a positive impact for years to come. They truly believe that you can recapture the magic that brought the two of you together in the first place.
Since you are working with a professional therapist at a retreat, one of the many benefits is that you are safe to say, think, feel, and release whatever you need while in their care. There is no judgement, and they understand that each person needs to feel safe in order for the healing process to begin.
The only way to really make progress is to be completely candid while at your couples retreat. A good marriage counselor creates an environment of mutual respect where you both feel safe to really unlock the issues with honest communication. Nothing is off limits at your retreat, and your privacy in those sensitive matters will be safeguarded. You will be given the tools to tackle these sensitive subjects and work through the issues with the ultimate goal being a renewed and happy marriage.
Marriage is a lifetime commitment, and a private couples therapy retreat will take your commitment to one another very seriously. If you feel your marriage starting to unravel, then you need to seek out the services of a weekend therapy retreat.
They will help you and your partner figure out what’s really going on with the relationship, and give you the necessary tools to make real, positive changes. Nobody is perfect, so stop pretending that your marriage has to be.
Find a marriage counselor at a weekend retreat intensive who can show you how to look at those imperfections and realize they are completely perfect for you.