Couples Coaching


On the North Shore at process in Gordon we work with couples to revive their Relationship.

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   Do you keep hoping, wishing and wanting
   for things to get better.

   Without taking positive action it probably is
   not
going to happen.
   Improve your relationship through the:


Solution Orientated Couple 
Coaching 6 step programme.
 
 
What is the difference between couple counselling and the Solution Orientated Couple Coaching 6 step programme?

While couple counselling is often open ended and can go on for an indefinite time The Solution Orientated Couple Coaching  6 step programme is goal orientated and provides a strategic and systematic approach in  six steps based on the latest research in:
  • Divorce Predictability
  • Developmental Stages of Relationship
  • Human change as observed in Neuroscience
 
Coaching Method
  1. Exploring and understanding the developmental stages of relationship
  2. Identifying  what blocks the relationship from being happy and satisfying
  3. Breaking old ineffective habits through applying new knowledge and information
  4. Providing information that will prevent unnecessary misunderstanding and conflict
  5. Gaining new and effective relationship communication skills
  6. Increasing emotional intelligence
 
What you will need to bring to the program?
 
A willingness to:
  1. Look at, understand and work at your relationship
  2. Learn new ways to interact through different ways of communicating  
  3. Openness to listening and having your attitudes, beliefs and actions challenged
  4. Create the relationship that is better for yourself as well as your partner
  5. Reflect, respond, and bring goodwill to the process to build a solid future together
  6. Accept that conflict  can be an opportunity that can lead to a more fulfilling relationship
 
STOP your relationship from deteriorating START creating the relationship you want.
 
 
In order to participate in the six step solution orientation coaching program the following is required.
 
Phone for an interview appointment
 
9499 2777
     


Pre Requisite Questions

 
To be answered by both partners
 
Please print and bring with you to the inital interview session 
  

Partner 1     Partner 2
 
Y N              Y N
 
             Are you willing to work on your relationship issues?
             Do you think your partner is willing to work on these issues?
             Do you think these issues can be resolved?
             Are you committed to resolve these issue?
             Do you have the ability to effectively negotiate?
             Does your partner have to ability to effectively negotiate
             When disagreeing do you think your partner is entitled to their opinion?
             Under duress do you have the courage to hold a point of view?
             Do you listen to your partner's point of view?
             Does your partner listen to your point of view?
             Do you value this relationship?
             Do you think your partner values this relationship? 
 
  1. What are your common interests? .............................................................................
  2. What are your major disagreements? .......................................................................
  3. What do you most love about your partner? .............................................................
  4. When are you the most comfortable together?.........................................................
  5. Do you laugh and have fun together?.........................................................................
  6. What connects the two of you?...................................................................................
Are you heading for divorce?   
 Free questionnaire
 
  • Do you avoid conflict most of the time?
  • Is it difficult for you to talk about issues that concern you?
  • Do you try to change your partner?
  • Do you think confrontation is bad for your relationship?
  • Are you dissatisfied with your current relationship?
  • Do you sometimes feel like giving up on your relationship?
  • Do you feel disrespected in your relationship most of the time?
  • Do you feel unloved in your relationship?
  • Do you try to communicate with your partner?
  • Would you like to get your needs met more?
  • Do you state your needs clearly most of the time?
  • Does your  partner nag you to get their needs met?
  • Do you intend to stay married?
  • Do you nag your partner to get your needs met?
  • Can you be dismissive of your partner's opinion?
  • Can your partner be dismissive of your opinion?
  • Do you often withdraw to avoid a fight?
  • Do you disagree over who shares the household chores?
 
Scoring
 
Add up the number of  YES answers
 
0 to 5 it appears you are doing Ok
6 to 9 consider ways to improve your relationship
9 + it is probable that you are not feeling adequately loved and satisfied in your relationship. We would suggest that you become proactive and educate yourself on how to change this.
9 to 12 your relationship needs work (link to suggestion list, this links to sponsored links)
12 to18 the probability of heading for a divorce is high to avoid this you will definitely benefit from our Couple Coaching Programm or seeking professional help.