Marriage counseling with Terri Dichiser at Take Charge, Inc., in Overland Park, Kansas, can help you learn to celebrate your relationship and marriage by strengthening it every day, not just on a holiday like Valentine’s Day. Terri utilizes Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) to help couples reconnect with one another. She uses therapy and marriage counseling to help couples recognize the patterns they have established in their relationship and offers tools and strategies to break those patterns to create a renewed sense of safety and security with your spouse. Romance, roses, chocolates, and champagne are only a small part of what makes up a marriage.
EFT is counseling therapy based on 20 years of clinical studies with proven results for couples in crisis. EFT counseling is based on therapy with your spouse in the safe environment of Terri’s office to help you create a haven of safety and strength in your marriage. Marriage based on a connection with your spouse that makes you stronger as an individual and in your marriage.
Valentine’s Day is looming large on the horizon, and everywhere you look, commercials, magazines, store displays, and more are focused on helping couples plan the “perfect” February 14th celebration.
Yes, if you’re in a relationship, it is important and enjoyable to celebrate your love on this special day. The truth is, it’s the 364 days that surround February 14th that can make or break the quality of your relationship. If you want to give your spouse the most meaningful Valentine’s gift of all, commit to putting daily thought — and yes, work! — into your relationship.
A happy marriage is the cornerstone of a happy life — if your marriage isn’t good, you’re going to have trouble feeling fulfilled in other areas as well. Terri uses EFT with marriage counseling to help you and your spouse move past the surface problems you face into the root issues that brought your relationship to this point. In these root issues, Terri guides you to recognize the destructive patterns of behavior and communication you and your spouse have created in your relationship. Couples recognize these patterns and behaviors are the enemy in the marriage, not each another.