Marriage counseling is a type of psychotherapy that is focused on couples. This type of psychotherapy is recommended for couples who struggle with conflicts (both short-term and long-term) and would like to improve their handling of the same, and at the same time, work on their relationships.
Marriage counseling is carried out by qualified and experienced psychotherapists (marriage therapists/family therapists) and many of them are recognized by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
The approach that will be undertaken during the therapy will depend on different factors, and whether or not only one or both persons are interested in the intervention. There will be a treatment plan that will evolve as the therapist learns about the specificities of the issues and problems that are causing the strife or conflict in the relationship.
Marriage counseling can be a huge help to all couples, not just the married ones, and psychotherapy is beneficial to all genders and sexual orientations.
The focus is behavior, conflict resolution, the dynamics of the couples, and how they go about their daily lives living with one another. Some people seek marriage counseling not because they are extremely troubled or on the verge of breaking up, but simply because they want to strengthen the precious bond that is already there.
Our marriage counselors are here to help. We will walk you through the issues and events, and establish a space where you can begin communicating with your spouse again, and within this process, recovery from infidelity can begin. It will be a long process, but with timely intervention, a relationship can recover from infidelity.
Marriage counseling, like other kinds of psychotherapy, will focus a lot on three things: opening the lines of communication across all the parties that are affected, developing better problem-solving skills, and finally, learning how to discuss problems, issues, and differences in a rational and logical manner.
Developing a better understanding of one another is a precious commodity indeed, and to some people, it doesn’t come as easy especially when changes have occurred in the lives of those affected, and these changes have also altered the dynamics of the relationship. You can also seek marriage counseling if:
We have a strong professional network that is available to participate in the coordination of your care; from medication therapy to parenting classes, anger management, family conflicts, romantic relationship stress, and transitional coaching.