Welcome to my marriage hub, drwyattfisher.com! My mission is to reduce the divorce rate one marriage at a time. Therefore, everything on this website is designed to better your marriage. As couples become happier, their divorce risk plummets. You can expect regular blog posts, podcast episodes, retreats and more, all designed to improve your relationship. My credentials include a Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and I'm a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Colorado where I specialize in marriage counseling.
I believe if couples follow my six marriage steps they'll experience deep marital satisfaction. The six steps are the culmination of marital research, extensive clinical experience in my private practice since 2004, and my own personal experience in marriage since 1999. The six steps undergird all of my teachings and if couples follow them, in order, they'll experience a tremendous marriage. However, be warned, following the six marriage steps is not easy. They require intentionality, sacrifice, humility, and hard work to accomplish. I can't change your marriage for you but I can show you the path on how to get there. If you're willing to put in the effort, you can develop a great marriage!
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You may be wondering where my passion to help couples comes from. Unfortunately, my parents divorced when I was six. Both my parents re-married and my childhood was turbulent from that point forward. Through those difficult years growing up in a broken home I developed a desire to help others, especially marriages. Fast forward to 1999 and I married my college sweetheart. Because of trauma from her past and turbulence from mine we proceeded to have a volatile marriage mixed with many peaks and valleys. This furthered my desire to help couples by starting with my own. Thankfully, through years of hard work, sacrifice, and healing, we have a better marriage today than ever before. Therefore, I've made it my life mission to help couples have satisfying relationships to bring joy to themselves, their children, and the broader community.
My parents when they married in 1969