Pre – Marriage Counseling & Medical screening

The Pre-Marriage Counseling course aims to empower participants to create a strong and sustainable foundation for a lifetime of love, trust, and fulfillment in their marriage. The goal of the ‘Pre-Marriage Counseling - Setting the Foundation for a Lifetime Partnership making wise choices’ course is to provide participating youth and their parents with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to make informed and wise decisions about marriage and to take appropriate actions to build a solid and sustainable foundation for a lifetime marriage relationship.
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The online course on ‘Pre-marriage Counseling and Medical Screening’  is not just a guidance, it is a powerful pathway that can help couples make informed decisions about marriage. It provides individuals with the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools they need to understand their relationship, communicate effectively, and build a strong foundation for their future together.

Pre-marriage counseling and medical screening are vital components of preparing for a successful and healthy marriage. They give couples the required tools and insight they need to make well-informed decisions about their future together and to navigate the challenges of married life with confidence and resilience.

Through this course on pre-marriage counseling, couples learn about effective communication, conflict-resolution techniques, and problem-solving strategies. They also learn important topics such as finances, marriage relations, and family planning. By doing so, couples can identify potential sources of conflict and work together to create a plan for how they will handle them in the future.

Medical screening, on the other hand, is a critical aspect of preparing for a marriage that helps identify any potential health issues. This is particularly important for couples who are planning to start a family. Medical screening involves a series of tests to identify any potential health issues that may affect the couple’s ability to live a healthy married life and have healthy children.

The results of medical screening can help couples make informed decisions about their future together, including family planning and potential medical treatment. Medical screening can also help couples prepare for any potential health issues that may arise in the future. Participants will bear the cost of the tests and medical examinations as they are not included in the course fee, and they will have to get them from local health facilities.

In conclusion, by participating in these processes, couples can navigate the challenges of marriage with greater confidence and resilience, and start their life together with greater positivity and confidence. It is important to prioritize pre-marriage counseling and medical screening as essential steps toward building a strong and healthy relationship and ensuring a successful future together.

Learning Objectives

The following learning objectives of the course duly align with its  overall goal:

  1. Understand the concept of marriage and its impact on personal and family life from different perspectives.
  2. Recognize the importance of making informed decisions about marriage by applying different decision-making models, identifying essential criteria for selecting a partner, and developing a clear understanding of one’s values and relationship goals.
  3. Acquire knowledge of the dynamics of family life and learn strategies for managing common challenges that arise in marriage, such as parenting, financial management, and work-life balance.
  4. Develop effective communication and conflict resolution skills to build and maintain a healthy relationship before and after marriage.
  5. Understand the importance of ongoing personal and relational growth and learn how to support ongoing learning and development throughout a lifetime relationship.
  6. Learn how to set realistic expectations for marriage and develop strategies for managing common conflicts and challenges that may arise.
  7. Acquire knowledge of cultural, religious, and social factors that can impact decision-making and relationship dynamics in marriage and learn how to navigate them.
  8. Understand the legal, religious, and financial aspects of marriage and learn how to manage them effectively.
  9. Learn how to build and maintain healthy boundaries and cultivate trust and intimacy in a committed relationship.
  10. Recognize and address unhealthy patterns and behaviors in a relationship and develop strategies for overcoming them.
  11. Gain awareness and a deeper understanding of the qualities needed for a successful relationship, including empathy, emotional intelligence, healthy marriage relations, family planning, pregnancy and parenting.
  12. Undergo necessary medical screening prescribed by health authorities before finalizing the marriage decision, in order to ensure physical well-being and mitigate potential risks.

By the end of the course, participants should be able to achieve these learning objectives and be well-equipped to make informed decisions about marriage and create a strong foundation for a lifetime relationship.

 

 

Projected Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  1. Participants will be able to analyze the concept of marriage from multiple perspectives and understand how it impacts personal and family life.
  2. Participants will be able to make informed decisions about marriage by applying different decision-making models, identifying essential criteria for selecting a partner, and having a clear understanding of their own values and relationship goals.
  3. Participants will be able to manage common challenges that arise in marriage, such as parenting, financial management, and work-life balance, using strategies learned during the course.
  4. Participants will be able to develop effective communication and conflict resolution skills to build and maintain a healthy relationship before and after marriage.
  5. Participants will recognize the importance of ongoing personal and relational growth and be able to support their partner’s learning and development throughout a lifetime relationship.
  6. Participants will be able to set realistic expectations for marriage and develop strategies for managing common conflicts and challenges that may arise.
  7. Participants will be able to navigate cultural, religious, and social factors that can impact decision-making and relationship dynamics in marriage.
  8. Participants will be able to understand the legal, religious, and financial aspects of marriage and be able to manage them effectively.
  9. Participants will be able to build and maintain healthy boundaries and cultivate trust and intimacy in a committed relationship.
  10. Participants will be able to recognize and address unhealthy patterns and behaviors in a relationship and develop strategies for overcoming them.
  11. Participants will develop self-awareness and a deeper understanding of the qualities needed for a successful relationship, including empathy, emotional intelligence, marriage life relations, post-marriage health issues, family planning, pregnancy and parenting.
  12. Participants will undergo necessary medical screening prescribed by health authorities before finalizing the marriage decision, in order to ensure the physical well-being and mitigate potential risks.

 

Course contents

Below is the comprehensive list of topics that could be covered in the course on pre-marriage counseling and medical screening:

  1. Understanding the concept of marriage from different perspectives
  2. Identifying the importance of informed decision-making in selecting a partner for marriage
  3. Different models of decision-making for selecting a partner
  4. Criteria for selecting a suitable life partner
  5. Understanding personal values and relationship goals
  6. Strategies for managing common challenges in marriage, such as parenting, financial management, and work-life balance
  7. Developing effective communication and conflict resolution skills for a healthy relationship
  8. Understanding the importance of ongoing personal and relational growth
  9. Supporting partner’s learning and development throughout a lifetime relationship
  10. Setting realistic expectations for marriage and developing strategies for managing conflicts and challenges
  11. Navigating cultural, religious, and social factors that can impact decision-making and relationship dynamics in marriage
  12. Understanding the legal, religious, and financial aspects of marriage
  13. Managing legal, religious, and financial aspects of marriage effectively
  14. Building and maintaining healthy boundaries in a committed relationship
  15. Cultivating trust and intimacy in a committed relationship
  16. Recognizing and addressing unhealthy patterns and behaviors in a relationship
  17. Developing self-awareness and a deeper understanding of the qualities needed for a successful relationship, including empathy and emotional intelligence
  18. Understanding the impact of marriage on personal and family life
  19. Post-marriage health issues, including pre-marriage Medical Screening, Family planning literacy, pregnancy-related know-how, and expedient principles for parenting of children.
  20. Managing stress in a relationship and developing coping mechanisms.

 

The following additional topics may also be included:

 

  1. Developing a support system for the couple, including friends, family, and community resources.
  2. Building intimacy and maintaining a healthy marriage relationship.
  3. Developing financial literacy and managing finances as a couple.
  4. Developing conflict resolution skills specific to cultural and religious differences.
  5. Understanding the impact of technology and social media on relationships and developing healthy habits around technology use.
  6. Addressing power dynamics in relationships and building a foundation of equality and mutual respect.
  7. Discussing the role of forgiveness and trust in a healthy relationship.
  8. Developing strategies for maintaining a healthy work-life balance as a couple.
  9. Understanding the importance of self-care and self-compassion in a relationship.
  10. Navigating family relationships and dynamics, including in-laws and extended family.
  11. Discussing the role of spirituality, religion and values in a relationship.
  12. Developing strategies for staying connected and keeping the relationship strong over time.

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