BUILDING A MARRIAGE PLAN

When someone starts a business, they are encouraged to write out a business plan. When an individual builds a home, they first draft house plans. A business or a home is only as successful as the individuals running them. Want to establish a “marriage plan”?

Chuck and Ashley will guide couples through a process to examine current marital structures and establish a written plan that will be evaluated and tweaked throughout the year. The marriage plan is individualized, and coaching sessions will be structured with the couple to ensure that topics are relevant to them. A few topics that will be discussed include spiritual intimacy, financial goals, communication, parenting, and sexual/physical affection.

 

Couples will be guided through the process of developing of a “marriage plan” through bi-weekly coaching sessions. This is a one-year coaching program where couples will commit to developing and implementing a written marriage plan. Topics will be discussed over the course of the year, and couples will be assessed to determine which topics are most important to prioritize.

FAQ:

How long is the program?
This is a one-year program beginning with the date of the first scheduled session.

 

How often will we meet?
We will meet every other week for one year for a total of 26 sessions.


Where will we meet?
Sessions will be conducted online via Zoom. Individuals will receive an email with a link to join the meeting. The couple will need internet access and a computer with video and audio capability.

 

What is the cost of the program?

The fee is $5200 for one-year of coaching. Options include payment at the time of registration or on a monthly basis. If a couple pays at the time of registration, they will be charged a reduced amount of $4200. For couples paying monthly, the fee is $433.33 per month. Throughout the program, various texts will be recommended to the couple. These will be optional and will be an additional expense to the participants.


Is auto-draft an option?
Yes

 

What happens if we need to reschedule a coaching session?
This program is individualized, and scheduling can easily be tailored around vacations, holidays, etc. At the beginning of the program, we will work to establish a regularly scheduled time for coaching. For individuals who have varying schedules, we will schedule the upcoming session at the end of each appointment.

 

What if we want to quit the program?

Before canceling, we hope the couple will explore the reasons behind canceling. If a couple is not receiving what they hoped to gain from the coaching sessions, we humbly ask that they would speak with us regarding their goals.

Unfortunately, refunds will not be offered. The coaching fee can be paid at the time of registration or on a monthly basis. Couples can cancel or reschedule a session up to 48 hours before the scheduled appointment. If a couple no longer wants to continue coaching, simply notify us in advance. It is up to the couple to decide which payment option is best for them.


What if my spouse doesn’t want to participate?
This program will be most beneficial if both partners are present. Without both individuals, the plan will likely become one-sided. For that reason, both partners must be willing to participate in this program. If one partner is willing to work, we recommend individual coaching. (Click here to schedule)

 

Program Objectives:

 

This program is tailored to the couple. Below is an estimated overview of the program objectives.

 

Within the first three months of coaching, the couple will:

Evaluate current marital structures, prioritizing which areas need the most attention.
Assess Relationship Responsibility Breakdown
Establish a vision for the marriage
Create a goal for regular connection
Develop a plan for 1-3 areas of the marriage, as determined with the couple. For example, a couple might develop a plan for spiritual intimacy, sexual and physical affection, and relationship responsibility.

 

Within the first six months of coaching, the couple will:

Evaluate the vision, assessing each individual’s comfort level with the marriage vision.

Develop a plan for 2-4 additional areas of the marriage, as determined with the couple. For example, a couple might develop a plan for conflict resolution, parenting strategies, and work/life balance.

Evaluate portions of the newly developed marriage plan and revise as needed.

 

Within the first nine months of coaching, the couple will:

Evaluate portions of the newly developed marriage plan and revise as needed.

Develop a plan for 2-4 additional areas of the marriage, as determined with the couple. For example, a couple might develop a plan for financial goals, communication strategies, and dreaming together.

 

At the completion of the program, the couple will have:

Composed a marriage plan that includes a written vision statement and expectations for the relationship.

Reviewed the finished marriage plan, determining which areas will require continued development.

Developed communication strategies to articulate dreams and establish healthy boundaries.

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