The upgraded program takes couples to secluded destinations, which are more conducive to an in-depth exploration of marital issues. It can help spouses develop deeper intimacy, address lingering problems, and rekindle the spark in their relationship.
More information about Relationship Explorations is available via https://www.relationshipexplorations.com/intensive-couples-session
The updated counseling service can also be helpful if couples recently experienced major life changes. These can include starting a new job, moving to a different city, welcoming a child, or becoming an empty nester.
According to statistics, the United States has the third-highest divorce rate in the world at 2.3 persons per 1,000 people. In fact, about 630,000 divorces were filed in 2020 alone — a sharp increase experts attribute to the pandemic lockdowns.
Many marriages disintegrate because of longstanding but unresolved issues. Relationship Explorations, through its intensive counseling retreats, enables couples to take a deeper dive into their problems and equips them with the emotional tools they need to address these.
Further details can be found at https://www.relationshipexplorations.com/individual-and-couples-therapy/#couples_therapy
Each retreat is divided into two parts. The first is called Deep Dive, a three-hour session which uses Memory Reconsolidation to establish a safe space that leads to genuine connection. This is followed by Couples Relationship Intensive, a two-day session where problems and their root causes are discussed.
To determine if an intensive couples retreat is right for them, couples can take a quiz on Relationship Explorations’ website.
About Relationship Explorations
Relationship Explorations understands that marriages are complicated, which is why it designed a comprehensive counseling program designed to facilitate lasting change. It was founded by Dr. Lin Jovanovic, who has a doctorate in Medical Psychology and is a licensed psychologist. Among the practice’s focus areas are individual, sex, and discernment counseling.
Dr. Jovanonic says: “I believe that therapy is not something done to treat you. It is something you do to improve yourself. It is not passive, it is an active pursuit of knowledge, skills, and understanding that help you become the person you aspire to be.”
Interested parties may visit https://www.relationshipexplorations.com/discernment-counseling if they need more information about the practice.
Dr. Lin Jovanovic DBA Relationship Explorations
204 West Main Street
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