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.
Couples Relationship Assessment
This short assessment looks at how well both of you attune/connect to each other emotionally and in other areas.
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.
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The Core Values Index™ is a revolutionary new assessment which enables you to understand your deepest core self.
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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Success rate working with issues of Anxiety
Success in helping people with Major Life transitions
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Latest Posts from Core Values Blog
Do you need alone time as part of your own self-care? Sometimes, when we’re in a long-term relationship, asking for alone time can feel strange. You love your partner, and you love being together, but sometimes one of you just needs more alone time than the other. Depending on your CVI score and personality type, we all have[…]
Reposted from our newsletter, February 8th — subscribe here! Every Valentine’s Day, we all tend to do the same sort of thing. Something romantic. And of course, romance is essential for a healthy relationships. Which is why we’re suggesting something different. Sometimes the best way to build romance in your own relationship is help others find space for[…]
Journaling is one of the most practical, accessible ways to improve your overall well-being. It’s one of the first things I recommend to my clients, and it’s helped me in my own personal life time and time again. But many people remain skeptical — after all, how can simply writing down what you already know[…]
Last week we talked about Headspace and the power of meditation. I can’t say I’ve been doing it perfectly, but I have just finished the first 10 days of introduction — and I believe I’m on a journey! The next frontier for me in this fresh start for a fresh year is food. Thanks to[…]
Recently, on the recommendation of some dear family members, I gave the app Headspace a try. Designed to provide accessible meditation for all occasions, the app guides you through your practice of mindfulness on the assumption that meditation can reduce stress. I’ve found meditating first thing in the morning SO helpful to get centered as I begin my day,[…]
There are plenty of books and blogs out there entirely focused on setting (and accomplishing) goals. These are an excellent resource, and setting goals for your own personal growth or your career are OF COURSE important! I’d even say essential, to be honest — if you’re not setting goals, what are you working towards? What’s[…]
Today is the quietest day of the year. Okay, well, that’s not scientifically proven or anything, but it’s my own personal theory. The presents are opened, the dinners are past, many people are still off work — but there’s not much left to plan for. Everyone’s in a quiet stupor as they recover from the whirlwind[…]
For those of us with kiddos, winter vacation has happily begun! Many out there will get at least a few days off of work for this season, and while you’re at it, I must implore you: Please take an actual break. Too often I see my clients taking ‘breaks,’ wherein they’re bringing work home and[…]
Have you had an open-ended conversation with your partner about what you expect from the holidays? This is a conversation so many couples skip, and in doing so both sides tend to make assumptions that can cause stress and conflict down the line. What are your hopes and expectations for the holiday season? How can[…]
We’ve been talking a lot recently about gratitude, and expressing appreciation for your partner. Appreciation can be especially hard when you don’t feel that gratitude in return — when you just feel taken for granted, especially if you’ve been making an such an effort to be loving! That feeling is one of the worst. And,[…]