Milan and Kay Yerkovich

Rev. Milan Yerkovich, M.A.
Milan, ordained minister and pastoral counselor, has devoted himself to working with families and couples for over thirty years. Milan holds his masters degree in Biblical Studies and his California teaching credential. He loves teaching the Bible, and lecturing on relational theology. He was a pastor for thirteen years, and previously worked as a pastoral counselor with the Center for Individual and Family Therapy.

In 2003 he became the full-time director of Relationship180, a non-profit organization devoted to counseling individuals and families toward healthy relationships. He also works as a radio co-host at New Life Ministries with Steven Arterburn, a nationwide counseling talkshow. In his spare time, Milan enjoys martial arts, biking and playing the guitar.

Kay Yerkovich, M.S., M.F.T.
Kay is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She enjoyed her role as a stay at home mom for many years, and completed her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling in 1993. Her specialty is treating couples using attachment theory as the foundation of her work. She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists. Kay also enjoys participating in a prison ministry.

Kay renews herself through ceramics, watercolor painting and designing jewelry. She is happiest sitting on the beach with a good book and a cup of Starbucks coffee.

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Milan and Kay Yerkovich tell couples how to connect to each other. Milan, an admitted task-oriented avoider, and Kay, an avowed vacillator, tell how they learned to understand and connect with one another. View Show Notes →
Milan Yerkovich and his wife, Kay, explain the "what" and "how" of emotional attachment. They also explain how different people manage stress differently, and how each person's style affects a marriage. View Show Notes →
Milan Yerkovich and his wife, Kay, talk about their early years of marriage and the difficulty they had breaking out of old communication patterns. Kay also helps us understand emotional attachment. View Show Notes →