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How Can Marriage Counseling Help Your Relationship?

Are you experiencing a difficult patch in your marriage?

With the current divorce rate in the United States hovering around fifty percent, marriage counseling has increased in prevalence and importance. Marriage counseling started to take hold in the United States during the 1930s. Back then, couples dealing with issues would see their therapist individually, but would never be seen together in a session. As the dawn of the 1960s approached and divorce rates started to skyrocket, marriage counseling started to increase dramatically.

Marriage Counseling at Michigan Psychological Care

‚ÄčIf you're looking for help with your marriage, Michigan Psychological Care is here for you. We have three facilities throughout central Michigan: 

Marriage Counseling in Alma, Michigan - Gratiot Psychological Services

Marriage Counseling Therapy in Midland, Michigan‚Äč - Midland Psychological Services

Marriage Counseling Therapy in St. Johns, Michigan - Clinton County Medical Center Psychological Services

Marriage counseling is designed for couples who want to resolve current relationship issues like anger, infidelity, and communication issues. Couples often seek marriage counseling to gain insight into the dynamics of their relationship and to strengthen their emotional bonds. There are times when marriage counseling is even used to bring an amicable ending to a relationship.

Marriage counseling is highly recommended for couples experiencing the following problems:

  • power struggles

  • communication issues

  • sexual abuse

  • sexual dissatisfaction

  • financial issues

  • anger issues

  • major life adjustments.

It is important that couples do not wait to seek marriage counseling and start the process of finding a qualified therapist once they start to experience problems.

When working through the process of finding a qualified therapist, it is important to consider if they have experience in dealing with your specific issues. Your marriage counselor must also show compassion and fairness for both partners, maintain control during your sessions together, and never take sides.  It's very likely that your marriage counselor will suggest each partner seek individual counseling with other therapists, as well.

Overall, if you are experiencing relationship issues, the benefits of seeking marriage counseling are considerable and can really lead you to a happier and more fulfilling relationship.

The best part is that marriage counseling is just a quick call away. Contact us today and we’ll work with you to improve your relationship. We have three facilities 

Gratiot Psychological Services in Alma, Michigan

(989) 796-4555

Midland Psychological Services in Midland, Michigan

(989) 510-7626

Clinton County Medical Center Psychological Services in St. Johns, Michigan

(989) 292-3572

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