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.
Core Values Couples
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.
About Core Values Counseling, LLC
Our goal at Core Values Counseling is Simple: Give hope to as many people as possible!
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
Our professional and friendly staff members.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Transformational Coach, ICF Member, Mentor, Educator
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I did not want to bother with the resolution this year. Instead, I am taking time to focus and tune into what I want 2016 to be about. I want it to be about change…BIG change! And so far, so good, because this week…Eric and I start our doctoral work. YES! No resolution…just a doctorate.[…]
Welcome to 2016! Have you ever noticed how many amazing movies come out this time of year? It seems like Hollywood saves the good stuff for winter! And it makes sense — more people go see movies in the winter, after all. What else are we going to do in this cold weather? But, as usual,[…]
Well, it’s coming: The New Year. And with it, the obligatory flood of emails, blogs, soundbites, and ‘inspirational’ self-help books to remind you that you’d better make some resolutions. It’s a new year! Fresh start! Make goals! Make them huge, unattainable, unrealistic goals — that’s the whole point! The cultural obsession we have with self-improvement[…]
Hurry and get those last minute deals…pick the perfect gift…make sure and do those end of the year reports…make those cookies…send those cards…and the list goes on and on. As I stated last week, I had a bit of the “Bah-Humbugs,” but this weekend I took time away with Eric and went to a wedding on[…]
Christmastime can be so fun and festive…not to mention full of frustration and seething anger, right? I don’t want to be a scrooge here, but have you ever noticed how this time of the year brings out the worst in people…maybe even in yourself? Well, you know me…I’m all for being transparent and vulnerable, so[…]
How can our own wounds, despite being painful, become powerful healing compounds to our relationship? It’s kind of mysterious how this works. Shared pain is actually a way to mobilization. Moving through the pain of the wound together is a way to not only support each other, but to help you both see that you are in[…]
Have you ever wondered how a once healthy and vital relationship can hit the skids? We all know it doesn’t happen overnight, but do we know how it begins to erode away? Of course, it can happen in a million different ways, but the most significant one I’ve noticed in my practice is a lack of[…]
When we feel that guttural urge to resist a suggestion, it often comes with a lot of discomfort. We don’t like the suggestion. We don’t want to do this. We might feel guilty about it, bringing even more resistance. That’s what happens with me when Eric wants me to budget better. Yes, this continues to[…]
Whenever you do something out of your comfort zone, especially in relationships, it can be very difficult to deal with the after effects. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I have been reading “Rising Strong” by Brene Brown, PhD, which deals with this very topic. I’ve always been inspired by her writing, but this[…]