Administrative Office

11615 Angus Rd, Suite 218

Austin, TX 78759

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Texas - Austin Area

(phone) 512.492.6200
(fax) 512.492.6201

(email) info@relationalcare.org

North Austin

11615 Angus Rd, Suite 218

Austin, TX 78759

South Austin

2312 Western Trails Blvd, Suite B204 

Austin, TX 78745

Georgia - Atlanta Area

(phone) 678.653.3272

(email) info.atlanta@relationalcare.org

 

Woodstock

970 Woodstock Pkwy, Suite 210

Woodstock, GA 30188

 

Decatur

1198 North Valleybrooke Rd

Decatur, GA 30033

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Intensive Retreats

Relational Care Intensive retreats are three- and four-day therapeutic experiences that offer structured, focused opportunities for personal growth and relational enrichment.
10 Reasons to consider a Marriage Intensive
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You are feeling like you are at a "stuck place" in your marriage.

 

You have considered divorce.

 

You are concerned about the impact of your marital conflict or disconnection on your children.

 

You know that the things that you and your spouse learned in your childhoods are negatively impacting your marriage, but even though you have tried very hard, you haven't been able to break the cycle of conflict.

 

There has been emotional or physical infidelity, or hurt and pain due to pornography, in your marriage and you find yourself not wanting to divorce but unsure how to move forward.

You see yourself approaching the empty nest years, and want to make sure you have a strong bond that will allow you to enjoy one another after your children have left home.

 

You feel that you have a strong bond as a couple, but are under ongoing stress from parenting a child with special physical, developmental, or emotional needs and could really benefit from a week of respite and encouragement. Many couples who have fostered or adopted "kids from hard places" have found a week of rest and rejuvenation at a marriage intensive, as well as becoming more equipped to care for the needs of their children in the process.

 

Even though you and your spouse have a strong bond, you have just walked through a season of pain, grief, or stress that has left you both in need of healing and a breath of fresh air for your hearts and marriage. Many couples have attended marriage intensives after unexpected and painful job transitions, loss of close family members, or other hard losses or transitions.

 

You and your spouse are in a ministry role where you are constantly serving others, but have found yourself close to burnout and realize that it would benefit you to have a week where you allow others to serve you.

 

You are having an absolute blast being married to your spouse, and your marriage has never been better....and you want to become more equipped to encourage and support younger or struggling couples in your sphere of influence.

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Accelerated Relational Care (ARC) Process

Is your relationship in crisis?

Are you interested in what we do but live out of town?

The Accelerated Relational Care process was developed to provide additional support for relationships in crisis or for those who do not live locally.

Jordan Ranch

near Austin, TX

2020 Dates

January 12 – 16

February 9 – 13
March 22 – 26
April 19 – 23
June 14 – 18
July 26 – 30
September 6 – 10
October 25 – 29

 

Marriage Intensive Schedule

This Relational Care Intensive retreat for married couples is a four-day therapeutic program that offers a structured, focused opportunity for deeper healing. As a couple, you will find growth and freedom from dysfunctional patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving as you experience healthy alternatives within a caring, connected group. Participation in the intensive requires 8-12 hours of preparatory marital counseling with an Intimacy Therapy trained professional. 

 

See Accelerated Relational Care Process for more details. 

To reserve your spot at an Intensive or for more information, please call 512.492.6200 or email intensive@relationalcare.org.​

WinShape Retreat

near Atlanta, GA

2019 Dates

December 8-12

2020 Dates

January 26 – 30

February 23 – 27

March 29 – April 2

April 26 – 30

May 31 – June 4

June 28 – July 2

August 9 – 13

September 6 – 10

October 18 – 22

November 8 – 12

 

 
Individual Intensives

This Relational Care Intensive retreat for individuals is a three-day therapeutic program that offers a structured, focused opportunity for deeper healing.  As a participant, you will find growth and freedom from dysfunctional patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving as you experience healthy alternatives within a caring, connected group. Participation in the intensive requires preparatory time in individual counseling with an Intimacy Therapy trained professional.  

 
Premarital Intensives

This Relational Care Intensive retreat for individuals is a three-day therapeutic program that offers a structured, focused opportunity for deeper healing.  As a participant, you will find growth and freedom from dysfunctional patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving as you experience healthy alternatives within a caring, connected group. Participation in the intensive requires preparatory time in individual counseling with an Intimacy Therapy trained professional.  

Not ready for an intensive or unable to to take 3 days away from work/home?

We also offer in-office premarital counseling based on the PREPARE/ENRICH program.

 
Family Intensives

At a family intensive, typically two CRC counselors work with a family over a two or three day period. Parents will also meet with a counselor to apply these concepts to their marriage as well as to their parent-child relationships. In general, family intensives involve older teens and adult children and their parents.  It is preferred that couples engage in marital work at CRC before participating in a family intensive.

  • Family Intensives are two to three-day therapeutic programs that offer structured, focused opportunities for personal growth and relational enrichment

  • Family Intensives provide a safe, supportive, environment where God’s processes for healing hurts, resolving conflicts, and alleviating fear are applied in the context of family relationships

  • Intensives are often used of God to halt the deterioration of important family relationships before the pain becomes greater