You searched high and low for this amazing person and now you are afraid of you "messing it all up". Maybe you met online and fell quickly. Maybe you just got married and realized that this was your first "real" relationship. Epiphany Lane Counseling aims to give your relationship the tools to go the distance.
Did you find love across culture and religion?
Met on an app?
Have to be long distance for a while?
Planning a wedding with few examples of a healthy marriage?
Tiffany loves working with couples that desire a true bond no matter the obstacles.
You can have online couples sessions from where you are even if you are not in the same room.
Tiffany is a certified Prepare Enrich Facilitator and Trainer. She uses the Test (Assessment) to guide couples toward their goals of a happier and healthier relationship.
The Prepare Enrich Assessment is based on decades of research on couples from diverse backgrounds and had identified the skills and attitudes that lead to long term satisfaction in relationships.
Not sure if you want to commitment to therapy sessions? Take the assessment and get professional feedback to see where your relationship could grow.
10 WEEKS of 2 hour Couples Group Sessions (6 Couples Max) Online and in person to address common issues in relationships and build community with other unique couples.
Don't Worry its online. The Prepare Enrich Assessment is the foundation for all our sessions and will give you the tools your relationship needs to grow!
Check-in with Tiffany as a Couple once a month with couples therapy sessions just for you and your partner's Growth
44% off your annual subscription for being a client of Epiphany Lane Counseling. It's like couples therapy on-the-go!
Want to talk to Tiffany one on one?
Each Co(Lab) All-In group program member gets 3 thirty minute sessions to address personal or relationship issues that you want to process on your own.
Two packages to fit what you need to grow
Pre-Registration starts May 1st
Confidentiality means not sharing or discussing any information learned in the group with anyone other than your partner.
Individuals ad Couples do not need to feel forced to share with the group. It will be encouraged but not demanded. As your trust in the process grows hopefully your openness will too.
One way to remembr this idea is to make "I" statements rather than "we" statements. We want to strengthen the "we" while maintaining the "me".
No one likes to be blindsided. Persons need to specifically ask their partner before sharing something personal about their relationship or their past.
The group experience with other couples is designed for you to learn from each other and
to also have fun together. Because much of the information is personal, it will create some
positive tension that can facilitate humorous situations. This sharing and learning together
can help build a sense of community.
Be respectful and trust the process.
In Office Sessions are Mondays and Wednesdays
603 Munger Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75202, United States
09:00 am – 06:00 pm