Know the questions to ask to find the right retreat for you. We provide
6 pages of key elements to consider. Our Guide is published once a year after we review over 300+ websites, across Texas and the USA. This Definitive Guide to Couples Retreats contains the 15 Most Important Questions to Ask to Find the Right Retreat for you and your Marriage.
Does this Retreat use approaches that are proven effective? Do they provide a program or outline of sound goals and objectives?
Some Retreats hold 5-500 couples. Others offer one-to-one help. The one you choose depends upon your level of marital distress.
Do the leaders of the retreat have legitimate credentials in conducting psycho-educational or couples therapy retreats?
Dr. Connie Veazey
Clinical Psychologist, Texas
"Dr. V." has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and served as a Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Department of Psychiatry. In addition, she's also served as a Clinical Psychologist in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Houston. She's published extensively on couples therapy, chronic illness, and PTSD.
Texas Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Marisa, a native Texan, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She specializes in couples who have moved to Texas as a result of job relocation (particularly in the corporate energy and IT sectors), or those impacted by affairs, depression, and anxiety. Marisa continues to serve her community, having worked in hospice care, nursing homes, homeless shelters, Girl and Boy Scout troops, schools, and churches.
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