Why choose a Relationship Coach?
Because not all couples struggle or suffer the challenges of mental illness or addiction. In fact, many issues and problems in life do not require the assistance of a mental health provider. A relationship coach can help clients achieve goals, such as improving communication, reducing conflicts, and improving relationship satisfaction. Read the profiles below and tell us who you’d like to work with.
David Clark, MA
As a relationship coach David believes each couple’s happiness and success is based upon a foundation of friendship that demonstrates key communication, problem solving, and relationship maintenance skills. He believes such skills enable couples to navigate life’s challenges. His passion for teaching, coaching, and tutoring come alive when he works with couples. He also believes every couples deserves relationship satisfaction and an enriched life, now and into the future.
He completed undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley in 2002 and earned his Master of Arts in Marital and Family Therapy in 2011. Since then he has participated in numerous training and educational seminars, which resulted in his becoming a Relationship Educator for Mastering the Mysteries of Love and a master trainer of trainers for other evidence-based programs.