Pre-marital counselling

Premarital counselling helps partners improve their ability to communicate, set realistic expectations for marriage and develop conflict-resolution skills. In addition, premarital counselling can help couples establish a positive attitude about seeking help down the road.  Premarital counselling has historically taken place in religious institutions, but an increasing number of non-religious couples have begun seeking this type of guidance too. That’s mostly because premarital counselling boasts big benefits and can help prevent divorce.


  • Intimacy, affection and sex
  • Communication skills
  • Finances and money management
  • Expectations, beliefs and values
  • Children and parenting
  • Decision making and conflict resolution
  • Dealing with anger and emotions
  • Roles in marriage