Relationship Assessments for Dating, Engaged and Married Couples
Pat and Charmaine Williams are both trained facilitators for:
In taking either assessment participants receive a computer generated code and answer various online questions individually. The data is compiled to create a personalized report highlighting the strengths and growth areas for the couple. This confidential information is then utilized by the facilitator and couple to strategically target crucial relational topics while achieving specific agreed upon goals and objectives.  

Contact Pat and Charmaine Williams for this fee-based assessment service and follow up appointment used in conjunction with Marriage Fundamental classes.

Private Coaching Services

Offered as an alternative to therapeutic counseling, these appointments are suitable for current and past class participants as well as those unable to attend Marriage Fundamentals classes due to scheduling conflicts, time limitations, or distance. Video and teleconferencing is available.
  • Individual Coaching:  Private one to one time arranged to address areas of challenge or stagnated growth.
  • Relationship Coaching: For couples who want objectivity, accountability and guidance as they navigate topics or concerns that currently impact their intended plans, goals, or timetables within the relationship.

Charmaine is a trained coach through Western Seminary. To learn more or make an appointment, please email Charmaine Williams directly. 

What is Coaching?

Coaching is the process of asking key questions to help a person develop clarity, explore options and draw out possible solutions for various areas of conflict, stress or challenge. The person being coached (PBC) determines the topics, pace and desired outcomes. The coach provides accountability, confidentiality and space to brainstorm and evaluate next steps. Greater awareness and perspective enables an individual or couple to move from a stagnant vision and unmet goals to intentional actions and tangible results.
In coaching sessions, unlike counseling, the purpose is not to diagnose mental behaviors or provide therapy to a client. Should a person need to address past or present traumatic circumstances or destructive behavioral patterns, your coach, class facilitators or pastoral staff may be able to provide referrals to professional counselors.

Ideally, coaching is utilized by those who function from a healthy mental perspective yet find themselves feeling stuck or frustrated with a particular aspect of their life or some area of their relationship. In these circumstances many people find it is helpful to utilize the services of a neutral person skilled in listening and aiding fruitful discussions.