Frequently Asked Questions About (Re) Couples Therapy
Are you and your partner considering Kairos’ (Re) Couples Therapy, but find yourselves unsure about what to expect? Read below!
Over 91% of couples experiencing moderate to severe relationship challenges successfully rebuild trust, restore respect, and rekindle intimacy! By the conclusion of the (Re) Couples Therapy process, a significant majority of couples express feeling completely resolved regarding past grievances and a high degree of confidence in their ability to communicate effectively and manage conflicts in going forward.
The time it takes to complete the couples coaching process depends on the couple. But on average, couples meet with Bryan at least once a week for about three months.
It is often asked, “Does Bryan use the Gottman Method, cognitive behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, etc.?” The answer is none of them! His is not one of the traditional approaches you can Google search and read all about.
That is because Kairos’ (Re) Couples Therapy is Bryan’s signature process he developed himself! It was field-tested and refined again and again through an iterative process over the years until what was born is a program that has a 91% success rate of helping couples go from roommates to lovers once again. So until Bryan finally gets around to writing a book on it, you’ll have to experience it for yourself!
Bryan takes couples through a thorough and comprehensive diagnostic to identify all problem areas that may be negatively affecting a couple’s relationship. (Often, they are surprised to learn about the other issues they didn’t even know were causing them strife)!
Many clients deeply appreciate that Bryan offers a very solutions-focused approach and that his structured process guides them safely and productively through what would otherwise feel like walking into a conflict landmine!
Bryan is not a therapist. He is a relationship repair professional. He does not diagnose, nor does he believe that spending too much time parsing through childhood traumas is necessary nor helpful to reaching the relationship goals most couples are seeking.
He does not.
Bryan meets with clients remotely by video conference (Zoom) or phone call. (In-person sessions not available at this time).
Not at all! There have been countless couples who have successfully completed (Re) Couples Therapy without ever having stepped foot in Bryan’s office! It’s for good reasons why so many couples prefer virtual sessions–convenience being one of them!
Commitment & coachability.
According to the Harvard Business Review, those “who get most out of coaching have a fierce desire to learn and grow.” At Kairos Relationship & Personal Growth Coaching, our (Re) Couples Therapy clients have that in common: a fierce desire to learn and grow!