Marriage Intensive – Hold Me Tight®

Experiential TherapyCouples who have been through our program consistently say that, where other programs have failed to go deep enough to effect real change or create tangible motion, this program does. We commonly see spouses, tears streaming down their faces, sharing how they started day one with no hope and high skepticism, but now believe this program should be experienced by all because of the connection and hope that can be found.

What is Hold Me Tight®?

Our Hold Me Tight® intensive utilizes a group processing model. Research shows this model is consistently effective at improving overall learning, connection, and vulnerability. Couples get to journey together through difficult and meaningful terrain, see how common and relatable their struggles really are, and experience joy together as they witness hope being revived in each other’s marriage.

Over the course of two days, the seemingly impossible labyrinth of love gets laid bare, becoming easily understood and revealing a realistic road toward healing and connection. Couples are able to clearly understand the roles and cycles that trap them. They finally get to see the mechanics behind why their best attempts at love end so often in pain. They even learn the skills within vulnerability, alignment, and repair that can stop arguments before they start and stop wounds before they happen.

In short, our Hold Me Tight® program is not for the faint of heart, nor those who are looking for quick fixes or shallow results. This intensive is for those who are willing to step forward in courage, for those who place value on things that are real instead of things that are comfortable, and for those who know…my marriage matters.

** Extensive research on the process and efficacy of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) has revealed two types of couples who don’t benefit from this modality as much as others:

    • Couples where one or both people are actively abusive – meaning any kind of physical or sexual abuse that is currently happening in the marriage and the perpetrating spouse does not show signs of genuine remorse or effort to end that behavior.
    • Couples where one or both people have an active addiction – “addiction” refers to
      any kind of behavior (use of drugs, alcohol, porn, sex, work, food, etc.) that is destructive, compulsive, and persistent despite negative consequences. “Active” means the compulsive behavior is currently happening and the perpetrating spouse does not show signs of genuine remorse or effort to end that behavior.

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