Eric Walters Coaching
Eric is an educator and Certified Life Coach. His passion is helping individuals and couples reach their greatest potential.
Sabrina Walters Counseling
Sabrina is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her goal is to bring clarity and hope to individuals, couples and families.
Sabrina and Eric are committed to helping couples have the best relationship possible through counseling, coaching, retreats and weekly blogs.
Churches Retreats and Conferences
We want to serve the couples and singles in your church through our powerful retreats based on the Core Values Index.
Core Values Training
We equip, certify and provide CE for Counselors and Life Coaches in the use of the Core Values Index with clients.
Core Values Counseling
Coming soon – we will be listing counselors in your area.
About Core Values Counseling, LLC
When we know our core values, how we are wired and what we stand for, we can understand ourselves, better. We learn what motivates us and how we communicate and learn best. Knowing this about each other builds esteem and honor into our relationships. We at Core Values Counseling hope to help you gain this deep understanding of yourself and others in order for you to have the best life possible!
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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Transformational Coach, ICF Member, Mentor, Educator
Latest Posts from Core Values Blog
“Whenever you are in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make a difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is ATTITUDE.” These wise words by William James, the famous American philosopher, are the perfect place to start talking about conflict. When we look at our Core Values, we begin to understand why[…]
When our first son got engaged, Eric and I started taking dance classes. At the time, our only goal was not to embarrass ourselves at our children’s weddings! But, you might not be surprised to hear, it actually transformed our relationship in some surprising ways. I learned to close my eyes as Eric led me, and that[…]
This is a question so many couples ask us when they come to our conferences, or enter into counseling, is: “If our Core Values are so different, how can we be compatible?” But the fact of the matter is compatibility has nothing to do with whether your Core Values are the same. Compatibility is much[…]
This Ted talk speaks to a very important issue: how childhood trauma affects children throughout their lifetime. What so many people don’t understand is the damage we do to our own children when we don’t directly deal with our own issues. Whether it’s addiction, our own childhood trauma, or the inability to deal with stress[…]
We’ve all heard someone say it — we might have said it ourselves at some point: “We’re perfect together. We never fight!” But when someone says that to me, it’s a big red flag. You never fight? Really? First of all, unless you’ve been dating for less than a week, I’m not sure I believe you.[…]
The part of the brain that gets triggered by cocaine is the same place we get triggered by romantic love. The difference being, of course, that you get to come down from cocaine — but you can’t come down from romantic love too easily. As this Ted Talk explains (take the fifteen minutes to watch it), Romantic[…]
Joy is defined as: 1 a : the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires : delight b : the expression or exhibition of such emotion : gaiety 2 : a state of happiness or felicity : bliss 3 : a source or cause of delight Alright, that sounds[…]
Expectations. As you hear this word in your mind, what does it conjure for you? For me, it brings up feelings that aren’t really that positive. Honestly, it just reminds me how much I fear disappointment. It’s a slippery slope, isn’t it? On one hand, there is something wonderful about the anticipation of what’s to come —[…]
If you’re a reader of this newsletter, it’s safe to assume you take fidelity pretty seriously. The last thing we want to fall into is an affair. But what many people don’t realize is that an emotional affair can be just as damaging as a physical one, although it might start with perfect innocence. If you[…]