When a married couple is experiencing problems, marriage counseling is often one solution that can help. But finding the right marriage therapist is crucial to your success in therapy. You want to work with a therapist that uses methods you’re comfortable with and understands your values and goals for your relationship.
Christian marriage counseling can be a great option for couples who want to address their problems using their shared faith. At Solace Emotional Health, our therapists are experienced in helping couples of all backgrounds work through their issues. We understand the importance of values and faith in your relationship, and we will help you use them as a tool to improve your marriage. Here is some more information about how we use Christian marriage counseling to address marital problems for Christian couples.
Solace Emotional Health’s Approach to Marriage Counseling
The goal of couple’s therapy is to help the couple identify their goals for the marriage and to work together to find solutions that will help them achieve those goals. All couples’ therapy has the goal of strengthening your relationship and helping you resolve issues.
Solace Emotional uses proven methods to help you develop real communication and conflict resolution skills that strengthen your marriage. Solace Emotional can use this marriage counseling approach to help couples with any or no religious affiliation.
Christian Marriage Counseling
Couples who share a Christian faith can use their shared faith as one more tool in their arsenal to help them address their marital problems. Christian marriage counseling can help couples who are struggling with communication, conflict resolution, or other issues.
Christian marriage counseling uses the same approach as other types of couples’ therapy to teach relationship-strengthening skills like communication, conflict resolution, and emotional intelligence—but it can also include tools such as prayer and scripture study, as well as build on shared values of faith and Christlike character.
At Solace Emotional Health, our therapists are experienced in helping religious couples work through their issues. We understand the importance of values and faith in your relationship, and we will help you build a marriage that aligns with and strengthens your religious values.
How Can Religious Couples Use Their Faith to Strengthen Their Relationship?
There are many ways that couples can use their shared faith to strengthen their relationship. Here are a few ideas that your therapist may suggest to help your progress throughout marriage counseling:
- Pray together regularly
- Attend church or religious events together
- Read religious texts together
- Discuss your values and how they apply to your marriage
- Serve others together through your church or religious organization
- Attend counseling sessions together
A Therapist Who Understands Your Values
It is important to find a therapist who understands your values and can help you address your marital problems in a way that is consistent with those values. Some of those Christian values that your therapist can understand and help you strengthen include the following:
- Family time
- Church attendance
- Scripture reading
- Serving others
- Developing Christlike attributes of charity and service
A therapist who understands your religious values can help you from the perspective of someone who shares those values. This can be helpful in a number of ways, including the following:
- You may feel more comfortable discussing sensitive topics with someone who shares your values.
- Your therapist can help you find resources within your faith community to support your marriage.
- Your therapist can help you apply your values to your marriage in a way that strengthens your relationship.
Reach Out to Solace Emotional Health
If you are interested in learning more about how Christian marriage counseling can help you strengthen your marriage, reach out to Solace Emotional Health. We would be happy to answer any questions you have and help you get started on the path to a stronger marriage.