No relationship is perfect. Even the best couples can use some help from time to time, but finding a program that works for you and your partner can be challenging. At OurRelationship®, we’re here to help. Our self-driven programs have been proven to work, and can help you and your partner find new and better ways to communicate. This isn’t a quick fix, but if you’re willing to put in the work, we believe that our programs can make a big difference in your relationship.
Heterosexual Couples In this program, you and your partner will work together to help understand and solve your relationship problems.Learn More
Same-Gender Couples Get your relationship back on track with a program specifically designed to aid same-gender couples.Learn More
With programs for couples and individuals, we can help you and your partner learn how to better communicate with each other so that you can discuss your issues without judgment and work together to improve your relationship. We can also help you regain the emotional closeness and trust that you may have lost. Our programs have been proven to be effective – in fact, we’ve helped more than 5,000 people improve their relationships.
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[The program] has been a great asset to us. I also appreciate that the videos had transcripts as I'd much rather read.
I like that [the program] gave us time to work it ourselves then come together. In our situation, that was extremely helpful.
It has been hard to keep to our schedule and [our relationship coach] has been both very accommodating and understanding which we appreciate a lot because this program is very important to us.
“Researchers have begun looking for ways to reach couples before a marriage goes off the rails” Read more
“Guides couples in solving their own problems … based on the evidence-based Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy model.” Read more
“An on-line therapy process for couples, the first of its kind”
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