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!
Success rate for couples who we've helped impacted by an affair.
Percentage of Couples and Individuals helped to reach recovery
Success rate working with issues of Anxiety
Success in helping people with Major Life transitions
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Transformational Coach, ICF Member, Mentor, Educator
Latest Posts from Core Values Blog
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[…]
Yesterday, I posted this video to our Facebook page about how some couples are able to survive affairs others aren’t. The professor they interviewed hit the nail on the head: getting through infidelity, together, is all about taking responsibility. Part of that is allowing the hurt partner the chance to heal by being truly transparent, vulnerable, honest. No blame of any kind[…]
This weekend, I was at the Gottman Institute for PTSD and Affair Recovery. This training, in correlation with a previous training on Addiction recovery in couples therapy, is truly becoming one of the most powerful ways to help couples. As I reflect on the couples I work with who have been affected by trauma, I realize many of[…]
When couples don’t see eye to eye, it’s easy to take offense, get defensive, shut down, put up walls, or even jump to worst case scenarios. Believe me, we all fall into one or more of these traps–even great marriages can slip into these negative cycles. They are our natural, human tendency, even though we know we need[…]
When a couple is recovering from an affair, re-establishing trust is the key component. If you’ve been hurt by this betrayal, you are probably asking: will it ever get better? Will I ever be able to trust again? Sometimes, even in situations that weren’t an affair exactly–like porn addiction or substance abuse–can still feel just as devastating. In all these cases, building[…]
Over the last 6 months I have been working with more and more couples who are recovering from an affair–some who had even drawn up divorce papers. It often makes me wonder about the recovery Sabrina and I went through dealing with the affair that hit us. Why were we able to heal, and even have a[…]
Okay, with the word intimacy, what comes into your mind? If you are a guy, you might be thinking of your wife or girlfriend giving you that look–you know the one–that has a bit of a tease telling you that she desires you as much as you want her. Hold on–you’re dreaming again! That only happens when[…]
While we always love sharing our stories with you, every once in a while we come across another article we simply have to share. Bustle.com recently released a post titled “10 Habits That All Happy, Healthy Couples Have.” Every single point is spot on, insightful, and it’s a funny read to boot. We know that as our readers[…]
As a counselor and a coach, Sabrina and I are often asked, “How long will these feelings of hurt last?” That’s a tough question to answer. We offer a lot of resources for just that, and we also refer many couples to BeyondAffairs.com as another great source of counseling and classes through this process. Affairrecovery.com[…]
In her incredible book, “Hold Me Tight,” Sue Johnson emphasizes the need for our beloved to literally hold us tight–to cuddle often, and in doing so to consistently feel very close. Chances are, if you’re reading this, you probably already agree with this sentiment. I know I do! But perhaps you can relate to the issue I always bump up[…]