Communication Problems

Years in Practice

10 years +


Bentonville AR 72712 - United States



Additional Expertise

Author, Dating Coach, Life Coach, Marriage Coach, Marriage Educator, Speaker/Presenter

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

"Relationships last, things don't"

About Steve Tucker

Steve Tucker is a life coach, author, and speaker who delivers messages of encouragement and hope to those wanting to move their relationships beyond today to where they want them to be. He has over 31 years experience in life coaching. He is the President and Founder of Beyond Today Life Coaching. Steve conducts and speaks at marriage conferences nationwide. Steve is a certified professional life coach through Light University and the American Association of Christian Counselors, a member of the Christian Coach Alliance, a member of the International Coach Federation, am member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and is certified in numerous communication programs such as Life Innovations Prepare and Enrich, Couples Communication I and II by Interpersonal Communications Program. He is a graduate of Rapport Leadership International School of Leadership Development both Leadership Breakthrough One and Two. He is also a certified SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) Facilitator. He holds degrees from both John Brown University and Southwest Baptist University in Christian Education with a minor in psychology. Steve is the author of the book Simple Recipes For Romance, a book packed with ideas of how to grow healthy intimacy in your marriage. Steve has been married to his wife Susan since 1979 and they reside in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Steve and Susan have two sons, one daughter in law, and three grandchildren. Steve enjoys the outdoors and his hobbies include his Koi pond, yard work and gardening, and working out at the gym. He loves spending time with his wife Susan. Steve's passion is developing and maintaining healthy relationships in his life. His motto is "Relationships last, but things don't!"

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