Harness the tools and skills to repair or fortify a relationship and make it strong enough to withstand the test of time.
Do I need marriage counseling?
It is never too late to fight for the one you love…
Marriage counseling is a type of therapy that helps couples improve their relationship. It addresses a wide range of issues, including communication problems, conflicts, infidelity, and relationship dissatisfaction.
The goal of marriage counseling is to help couples understand and resolve their issues, improve their communication and problem-solving skills, and increase their overall satisfaction with the relationship
There are a number of signs that may indicate that marriage counseling would be beneficial for you and your partner:
What does marriage counseling look like?
Your specific needs is the blueprint for our sessions
The format of marriage counseling can vary depending on your therapist and your specific needs. However, it can typically include the following elements:
Initial assessment: Your therapist will meet with you as a couple to understand your concerns, goals, and history of your relationship.
Joint sessions: You both will meet with your therapist together to discuss your issues and work on resolving them.
Individual sessions: Your therapist may also meet with each of you separately to gain a deeper understanding of your individual perspectives and concerns.
Homework: Your therapist may assign homework or activities for you to work on together between sessions.
At Therapy Unlocked, marriage counseling would involve regular meetings with one of our therapists. Your therapist will work with you as a couple to identify and understand the issues in the relationship, and then help you develop strategies and skills to address and resolve those issues.
The length of marriage counseling can vary depending on the severity of your issues and your goals for therapy. You may only need a few months, or several, every relationship is different.
It’s important to note that marriage counseling is not a magic solution, it’s a process that requires commitment, patience, and effort from both partners. Your therapist is there to guide, facilitate and assist you to develop the skills needed to improve your relationship.