Which group coaching option is best?

We have a few great coaching options and determining which option is best for you will depend mostly on your circumstances. *Please note that the Foundation Course is a prerequisite for any coaching programs.

Large Group Coaching ($100/mo) – Large group coaching is a great option if you want great coaching but you are on a budget. At $100/month, it is about $25 per session which is less than 20% of the average cost of marriage counseling. It is also a great option if you have already done the more expensive coaching programs and you no longer need the more personalized attention but you don’t want to lose momentum and you still want support. People who want to improve their marriage and personal life but are not on the verge of divorce would usually fall into this category.

Small Group Coaching ($1500/10 weeks)- Small group coaching is probably the best option if divorce is part of your marriage conversations. The small group allows for more personalized help and a better support structure from the group. We do these coaching sessions on Zoom (web conferencing app) so that we can see each other, celebrate each others’ successes, support each other during challenging times, and really dive deep into the root of the marriage problems. Those that choose small group coaching will also have access to the large group coaching at no extra charge. There is a limit of 10 couples per group.

One-on-one Coaching with Greg ($5000 /10 1-hour sessions)- One-on-one coaching is for people who want more personal coaching or are dealing with some challenges that are particularly sensitive and that they prefer stays anonymous. It is not therapy. We will spend a little time understanding the root causes of your marriage and personal problems, but the majority of the focus will be on implementing the necessary action steps to overcome your problems and get to your marriage goals. Limited availability. Reach out to us via the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the page if you are interested or want more information.

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