What should we expect?

Mimi will quickly explore your biggest concerns and get background information for you both, giving feedback and suggested homework to help kick-start the counseling process. Decision-making, communication styles, finances, religion, dual-careers, planning for children, lgbtq issues, divorced parents, sex life, neatness differences in the home are some of the important issues covered during premarital counseling meetings. Each couple is unique and Mimi will tailor the conversations to what’s most on your minds. Her many years of working with couples, provides Mimi with a depth of information she will draw on as you prepare to step into the next chapter of your lives! 

We usually meet for 3-6 sessions, keeping in mind the need for flexibility based on your personal needs. Strengthening communication in honest conversation is the key to deeper trust as newly-weds-to-be.

How much does premarital counseling cost?

Couples Counseling is $175 per session and can be paid by cash, check, or credit card.

Mimi is a provider for most insurance plans, however, premarital counseling is not addressing a medical condition and therefore not covered by health insurance.


Where are you located?

The Brookline office is conveniently located at Coolidge Corner, easily accessible to the Longwood area, Boston, Cambridge.


Do you offer alternative meeting options?

Mimi understands the busy schedules of today’s young professional. She will work with you and your partner to find the best and most convenient way to conduct appointments, whether it be in the evening, on weekends, or via video chat.


Do you offer help to parents of the Bride or Groom?

Parents are dealing with their own, sometimes overwhelming feelings, as children marry. I have helped many parents reduce their own stress before getting to the altar.


How can I get help from Wisely Wed?

Contact Mimi today. Use our Contact Form to introduce yourself and request an appointment, or call 508-358-5706.


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