• About

  • Perfect Marriage is about learning the skills that will help you progress and create a happy marriage today that is worth keeping for eternity.

    Having a coach to help you make improvement in your marriage and family will help you create that success. You can dive further into our tips and tools for staying true to who you are and how you can better manage relationships with your loved ones.  

    No family is perfect; each of us have very different experiences of how our loved ones influenced us – whether that’s positive or negative.  Whatever your case may be, there are ways to improve your abilities to navigate these important relationships.

    Now is the best time for you to get help and make the changes you want for greater joy and success! You will find, as many others have found, enjoyment in being able to positively change how you feel and how well you can enjoy your relationships at home and at work. 

    You can re-ignite hope in your life, in your marriage, and in your family. You will learn to look at problems from a new angle to make simple changes creating eternal rewards

  • Rod Limb M.Ed., CPC, CCHT

    Rodney Limb has always enjoyed listening to people and helping them work out problems and struggles. As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Nationally Licensed Hypnotherapist for over 20 years, he has helped hundreds of couples create a happy and thriving marriage out of disaster. 

    Rod received his formal education from Boise State University and the College of Idaho. Through this education, he has been able to realize his life’s work added to his own life experience. Rod values the education he receives from his own marriage. With over 33 years of this education and experience, he believes that he is just beginning to learn what it is like to have a perfect marriage. 

    He believes much of his success in his own marriage is due to his active participation in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints, he values the principles of an eternal marriage. He strives to apply these principles and teaches others to do the same.

  • Natalie Millett

    Master’s Level Counseling Intern

    Natalie is a Marriage, Couples, and Family Master’s level Counseling Intern in her final year at Northwest Nazarene University. She has completed all her coursework in the emphasis area of Trauma, Grief, and Crisis. Before working towards her Master’s in Counseling, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Idaho. She has experience helping individuals who are struggling with interpersonal relationships, anxiety, depression, addictions, and the impact of trauma on the family system. Natalie has been involved with co-facilitating group counseling for grief and loss, as well as teaching Positive Discipline parenting skills. She has counseled teens and adults in a variety of settings. In the counseling process, Natalie has utilized techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), mindfulness, and art therapy. Her approach to counseling is compassion-focused, building upon individuals' strengths to aid in their discovery of self, which she believes is the catalyst for lasting change and healing.