The Relationship Evaluation Questionnaire (RELATE) is specifically designed to help guide couples to have meaningful discussions about criteria proven to affect relationship satisfaction. Identifying trouble spots and common ground using RELATE often helps determine whether to continue, deepen, or end the relationship.
RELATE and READY are convenient tools suited for therapists working with individuals, couples, or small groups. The reports will thoroughly assist professionals in helping individuals and couples to better understand their most important personal relationship.
Educators can use the questionnaires with any class size. The reports can be used to study the multifaceted nature of intimate relationships and to provide personal experience with those values and expectations students bring into their personal relationships.
Many church leaders use the RELATE assessment as a tool to help members of their congregation continue improving their marriages. Our assessments are also a common premarital preparation tool for couples getting married in the church.
• Purchase and manage questionnaire “Access Codes” you can distribute to clients and students
• Access your clients’ reports to better prepare for counseling sessions or courses
• Receive discounted pricing on bulk orders.
Learn more about the research behind the assessments here.
For legal and ethical reasons, professional account holders must supply verification of professional status. Therapists and counselors must email their certification identification. Clergy must provide proof of their ministerial card. Professors need to provide proof of their status at a university or college.
I like RELATE because it’s not so secretive. They can interpret it themselves or with the person who is working with them as a counselor, a marital educator, or a clergy.
RELATE seems to hit all the areas that have been drawn out by research that are predictive of relationship satisfaction.
The best thing about RELATE is the simplicity and the completeness of it. It provides opportunities for couples to really think about and assess themselves in the areas that affect relationships.