A new online assessment that automatically scores a couple’s strengths and challenges.

The *Enhanced Gottman Relationship Checkup is a clinical tool which consists of 337 questions covering:

  • friendship
  • intimacy
  • how well you know your partner
  • how you manage emotions and conflict
  • how you share your values and goals
  • what gives meaning to your lives

There are additional questions about:

  • parenting
  • housework
  • finances
  • trust, and
  • individual areas of concern


The Enhanced Gottman Relationship Checkup is a breakthrough in couple’s therapy as it allows for a confidential, efficient way for your clinician to complete the evaluation process.  By using this new technology, your assessment can be done at any time and in the setting of your choice!  Upon completion, it automatically provides valuable clinical information by pinpointing specific strengths and challenges in your relationship, while also suggesting actionable, research-based recommendations for therapy.

The questionnaire is completely confidential, fully HIPAA compliant, and your therapist will be the only person to see your responses.


You can feel confident in your results. Drs. John and Julie Gottman created this research-based assessment in collaboration with The Gottman Institute to help couples build a personalized treatment plan with their therapist. Dr. John Gottman is a clinical psychologist who has completed more than 40 years of research on couple relationships, and is recognized as one of the top 10 most influential therapists of the last quarter century. Dr. Julie Gottman is a highly respected clinical psychologist who is sought internationally by the media and clinical organizations as an expert advisor on relationships. Together, they have dedicated their lives to helping couples, and The Enhanced Gottman Relationship Checkup is the result of this life work.

How it works:
1. Accept your invitation
2. Create a private profile
3. Complete the questionnaire
4. Get your results
*Created by Drs. John and Julie Gottman in collaboration with The Gottman Institute and Affective Software Inc.