Why Choose Me:
Hi, my name is Sheila J Dockter. I have been happily married for 20 years and have two wonderful children. I have a Masters of Arts in Human Services/Marriage & Family Counseling. I am devoted to helping couple's know what to expect and how to deal with the 'unexpected' in their relationship.
I am trained in communication and premarital counseling. Over the past several years I have worked extensively with youth and young adult groups.
In addition, I have a love for seeing the light in peoples eyes when they talk about the love they have for each other.
Ordained Minister / Wedding Officiant with Universal Life Church & Open Ministry
Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors
Who We Are
A Promise For Two is a consulting service that offers PreEngaged, PreMarriage, and Relationship Counseling, and Wedding Officiating Services. We offer services that are individualized to meet your specific needs.
We practice non-denominational counseling and services that honors individual beliefs, traditions and culture.
What We Believe
Our relationships are what builds a happy, healthy life. Being able to communicate and understanding each other are keys to providing a happy communion with others.
Going into a partnership, engagement or marriage with our eye's open is important; knowing what we want out of life and knowing the kind of person we want to share our life with, will aid in a life-time full of happiness.
By facilitating healthy communication skills, finding a common goal and helping couples explore each others concepts and thoughts, couples can become closer and truly see the beauty in each other.
Cultivating a cohesive relationship on the onset of marriage is an important step to ensure a long happy life together. Knowing what to expect and being prepared for those 'surprises' along the way, assists in decreasing the chances of divorce or heartache. Marriage is a sacred bond that should not be taken lightly, yet it can be a fun journey that can be exciting and rewarding!
Check Your Body Language. Make eye contact when speaking. Sit up and face your partner. Let your partner know you’re listening. Show them you realy care. Don’t take a phone call, text or play a video game when you’re talking. Listen and respond calmly. (loveisrespect.org)