Couple’s therapy

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Marriage counseling, also called couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counseling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways. Marriage counseling is often provided by licensed therapists known as marriage and family therapists. These therapists have graduate or postgraduate degrees and many choose to become credentialed by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Marriage counseling is often short term. Marriage counseling typically includes both partners, but sometimes one partner chooses to work with a therapist alone. The specific treatment plan depends on the situation. Marriage counselors are trained in psychotherapy and family systems, and focus on understanding their clients' symptoms and the way their interactions contribute to problems in their relationship. Couple’s counseling is based on research that shows that individuals and their problems are best handled within the context of their relationships. Couples counseling is usually a short-term therapy. Typically, marriage counselors ask questions about the couple's roles, patterns, rules, goals, and beliefs. Therapy often begins as the couple examines the good and bad aspects of their relationship. The marriage counselor then works with the couple to help them understand that, in most cases, both partners are contributing to problems in the relationship. When this is understood, the two can then learn to change how they interact with each other to solve problems. C ouple’s in the midst of a divorce find that marriage therapy during separation can help them find common ground as they negotiate interpersonal issues and child custody.

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There is no question that we live in extraordinary times. With the latest requirements related to social distancing, it is an understatement to say that people’s anxiety, worry, fear and stress are at an all-time high. The delivery of mental health services has been greatly affected by new government regulations regarding “face to face interactions” within clinics, hospitals and private practices. This is creating difficulties for people needing access to mental health services during this time of crisis. To help meet this demand for easier access to mental health services, Erle has transitioned his practice to provide video, phone and e-mail consultation directly over the Internet.
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Couple’s therapy

Its worth it …

Marriage counseling, also called couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counseling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways. Marriage counseling is often provided by licensed therapists known as marriage and family therapists. These therapists have graduate or postgraduate degrees and many choose to become credentialed by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Marriage counseling is often short term. Marriage counseling typically includes both partners, but sometimes one partner chooses to work with a therapist alone. The specific treatment plan depends on the situation. Marriage counselors are trained in psychotherapy and family systems, and focus on understanding their clients' symptoms and the way their interactions contribute to problems in their relationship. Couple’s counseling is based on research that shows that individuals and their problems are best handled within the context of their relationships. Couples counseling is usually a short-term therapy. Typically, marriage counselors ask questions about the couple's roles, patterns, rules, goals, and beliefs. Therapy often begins as the couple examines the good and bad aspects of their relationship. The marriage counselor then works with the couple to help them understand that, in most cases, both partners are contributing to problems in the relationship. When this is understood, the two can then learn to change how they interact with each other to solve problems. C ouple’s in the midst of a divorce find that marriage therapy during separation can help them find common ground as they negotiate interpersonal issues and child custody.
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