Relationship Coaching

Relationships are not always easy. It's common for couples to have times of doubt, confusion or even uncertainty about the future. This is a time when relationship counseling can truly help.

Maybe, you and your partner want to have fun, try new things and build a stronger relationship together, but aren't sure how to do it. Maybe you're filled with doubt about the future, and worried if your relationship can make it through the tough times you're going through right now.

Perhaps the past is bothering you. Maybe you're stuck worrying about bad things happening again like an affair or a time of deep disconnection and pain.

Or maybe you're ready to say goodbye and want to have an amicable, loving ending so you can move on with your life. Maybe you have kids and you really don't want to hurt them in the process.

Can you two survive? We're here to tell you that with some hard work, the odds are stacked in your favor. We have helped many couples on the brink of divorce create a more loving partnership than they ever imagined possible.

And maybe it's time to part. We can help you there too. The saying, "good endings make for good beginnings" is absolutely true.

Whatever your situation, if you're willing to do the work, you can create the life you desire. Whatever your circumstances, you're not alone. We can help.

Before starting relationship coaching together, we would like to ask you a few meaningful questions:

  1. Do you feel lost, stuck or don't know what you can do to make your relationship better?
  2. Are you afraid to talk to your partner out of fear that they will either lash out at you or shut down?
  3. Do you feel like you have tried everything you can do on your own and it's still not working?
  4. Are you at your wits end but really wish you could avoid breaking up or getting divorced?
  5. Have you heard that "you're crazy" or that "it's all in your head"? 
  6. Are you afraid to even consider leaving your relationship out of fears around money, kids, property, social position, lifestyle, religious beliefs and more?
  7. Is this your last shot before giving up for good?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, we know you’re looking for relief and relationship coaching with us can help you.

In a safe place where you can be vulnerable, honest and authentic, our relationship coaching will give you the unique perspective from a husband and wife team to help you discuss deep-seated, unresolved challenges. And, we teach you how to communicate your feelings, when it feels too scary to do that on your own.

After years of research, we developed our trademarked communication tool, the Emotional Clock®. This tool will allow you to immediately identify and address the challenges, feelings and pain that are at the root of your conflict. We know that emotions can be highly charged. It’s difficult to sort through them, especially when you're worried your relationship is at risk.

Our Packages

In our coaching sessions, we guide you to identify where you are on the Emotional Clock®, and help you find “your voice” to communicate the right words to take action—and bring relief to your struggle.

Our bold promise to you: We guarantee that you will find relief in just one session with us.


One 50-minute coaching session

One 20-minute ASAP call



Four 50-minute coaching sessions

Two 30-minute ASAP calls



Ten 50-minute coaching sessions
Three 30-minute ASAP calls
Free Myers-Briggs MBTI Personality Assessment ($500 value)


"Working with Poppy and Geoff taught me to how to become unstuck. I’d been afraid to talk openly to my wife of 26 years. Four years later, I now have a voice in my marriage, and it works for us."

John-Vermont, 53

"Getting divorced felt like being punched in the stomach… Relational Coaches helped keep me on track when I felt like I was sleepwalking through my life. I could not have gotten through my divorce as smoothly as possible without Poppy and Geoff."

Michelle-Chicago, 29

I felt like my life was unraveling. Poppy and Geoff helped me to find balance with my husband who has substance-abuse issues. They gave me the tools to stop enabling the dependency with my spouse. With their guidance, I shifted to a person who set clear boundaries with both my spouse and my children.

Hannah-California, 48