Is your relationship/marriage headed in the right direction?
If not, we can assist…
We offer the most effective form of pre-marital, marriage and relationship counseling through Temperament Therapy
Take advantage of our FREE Consultationg (888) 77-EDIFY
Edify would like to take the opportunity to offer a way for couples to enhance their relationship and provide a solid foundation for marriage for those seeking pre-marital/marriage counseling Through Temperament Therapy we can guarantee an increase in stronger, more fulfilling marriages, friendships and relationships for couples. This is accomplished through the identification of inborn Temperaments!
Find Out Who They Really Are?
We have the ability to administer a personalized Clinical Temperament Test which will identify a person’s inborn Temperament traits and needs with amazing accuracy. The information produced from the questionnaire provides amazingly accurate detailed inborn traits and determines the persons need for Socialization, Control, and Affection… And so much more!
How does it work?
A potential bride and her husband would both take the 8-10 Temperament Questionnaire. Within minutes the results would immediately highlight areas where their temperaments would match and blend well, while also indicating areas where their temperaments would conflict with one another and cause stress. What we find in most Clinical Case Studies is the scenario where opposites attract. This happens when a Sanguine (MAN) marries a Melancholy (WOMAN).
Temperament Therapy would make the difference and help this couple to truly understand how each of them responds according to their temperament. This will provide a platform for them to address potential pitfalls, disagreements, arguments, and a lack of communication before they become problematic. Temperament Therapy will provide the absolute best foundation to build any marriage upon.
Steps we take.
Edify Creative Counseling Group recommends the Arno Profile System (A.P.S.) report for identifying problems in relationships for premarital and marital counseling, not the T-JTA. The T-JTA is complex and provides less insight. It is also used to measure behavior, not inborn temperament.