Relationship Checkup

Relationship Checkup

Building a Relationship is Better than Repairing a Relationship
Glad You Are Here!

Glad You Are Here!

Research shows that most couples wait 6 years after their relationship starts to deteriorate before asking for professional help. Those are 6 unnecessary years. 

I am glad you and your partner are here. And I would love to work with you to help build a healthy relationship. 

Live Video Conferencing

Live Video Conferencing

Thanks to the internet, I can help build a healthier relationship from the comfort of your home through video conferencing – no need to drive nor find childcare nor worry about the CoronaVirus.

What Others Are Saying About Eugene

What Others Are Saying About Eugene

John Loppnow

“Eugene’s coaching comes with a wealth of experience and wisdom.  I would sincerely recommend him to anyone.”

John Loppnow, LMFT (Relationship Coach, Author, and Speaker)

Peter M

“Eugene listened to me with a truly caring and empathic ear. He also helped guide me in figuring out what I want to do and what steps I needed to take towards that goal.”

Peter M.

Ken S

“Eugene was there to give me strength when I was struggling. He truly gave me direction and helped me to find joy again.”

Ken S.

Greg P

“Eugene combines a calm and empathetic presence with a gift for seeing the big picture goals that help individuals move to the next step in their growth path.”

Greg Piken (Executive Pastor of Community Life)

Ben C

“Eugene has this gentleness about him that I feel he understands where I am in my life and what I am going through. I can go to him without hesitation.”

Ben Cho (Pastor and Relationship Coach)

Sang P

“In a world full of self-serving professionals, Eugene is truly a rare breed. He genuinely cares for you and empathizes with your pain. I never felt like I was just being talked to but in an honest healing professional relationship.”

Sang P.

Gratitude Journaling

Studies show journaling is good for your mental health. Studies show that regularly writing at least three things you are grateful for is also good for your mental health. Studies further show sharing your appreciation to your partner in their love languages is good for your relationship. But what happens …