Try to set aside one night per week where just the two of you can spend some quality time together.
In our experience, about 10% of couples on The Marriage Course will require additional help. Usually, a couple of sessions talking to a support couple (a mature married couple who has done The Marriage Course) alongside the course itself will often provide sufficient support to resolve the issue.
Sometimes you will require additional help. As a first step, we recommend you ask your course leader for a referral. They are often best placed to recommend someone based near you. If you need further assistance, the organisations listed below have accredited counsellors on their books that you can get in touch with. Try to speak with the counsellor(s) to make sure they hold similar views and values to you regarding marriage before booking a session.
We’ve also included a table which provides additional information on counsellors in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and South Africa.
- British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Association of Christian Counsellors
- UK Council for Psychotherapy
If you are based in London, Cornerstone is a London wide network of counselors and psychotherapists who are practising Christians. Cornerstone therapists are all professionally regulated and qualified. Visit us on www.cornerstonetherapy.org.uk or phone 0777 544 7047 for more information or to arrange a referral.