SESSION ONE: Values and Satisfaction
Learn to more deeply understand your individual values, and honor your partners, as well as develop insight into how your shared values can guide and support your relationship now and in the future.
SESSION TWO: Communication and Connection
Explore obstacles to empathizing and learn how to overcome these obstacles to deepen your connection with yourself and your partner.
SESSION THREE: Conflict Management
Discuss common relational patterns and how this can help you to proactively manage conflicts that arise in your relationship.
SESSION FOUR: Cultivating Resilience
Explore your strengths as a couple, revisit your shared values and tactics to maintain and strengthen your relationship’s resilience.
What you'll get:
This group program is for couples who want to build healthy, long lasting dynamics in your relationships.
January 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th from 6:30-8:00pm
We will meet virtually via Zoom on Wednesday evenings.
$800 per couple ($200/90-minute session + check out the 'What you'll get' section above!)
If cost is a barrier, please reach out and we are happy to explore income based options with you.
Still have questions? Want to learn more?Contact Sarah
Sarah Bass is the Founder and a Clinician at Sonder Services, LLC. She has a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling. She is passionate about providing mental health education to individuals, couples, and organizations aimed at cultivating a fulfilling life, while maximizing connection and overall potential. Sarah combines her solution-oriented and goal-driven perspective with holistic approaches to offer empathetic, empowering, and actionable support. Sarah enjoys just about anything outdoors, yoga, traveling, reading, cooking, and spending time with her husband, family, friends, and dogs!
Megan Kearns is a Colorado native who grew up in Parker. She got her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Asian studies from UNC. She graduated from the University of Denver with her Master’s in International Disaster Psychology (a trauma focused program that also considers how identities impact individuals). Megan now works as a substance use counselor in Colorado Springs; she works from a narrative therapy background and works with clients to establish goals that work for the situations they’re in. Outside of work, Megan loves to be outside in nature with her partner and their dog (she also has two cats that make guest appearances on her calls)! She is an avid reader, rock climber, video-gamer, and concert-goer!