Other areas of discussion can include the level of affection, commitment to the relationship, mental health concerns, and trauma and chronic illness present in the relationship.
Depending on the situation and the therapist’s therapeutic approach, he or she may ask to speak with each partner individually, along with meeting with you as a couple.
After providing an assessment, couples therapy can go in a variety of directions based on the current issues and goals of the couple.
While all couples naturally endure inevitable challenges, and all relationships require attention and nurture, sometimes relationships go off course, creating detachment, anger, and hurt over time.
Conflict can be constructive if you are able to move toward resolution together, but nasty arguments lead to distance and resentment over time and fading love and intimacy.
Couples therapy can be a powerful resource for all couples, regardless of sexual orientation, race or religion, or whether you’re dating, considering cohabitation or marriage, or are currently married.
Couples in distress have much to gain from seeking support from a skilled professional and having a neutral third-party help them move toward positive change and repair roadblocks interfering with relationship health and satisfaction.
There is no need to feel ashamed or discouraged if a counseling session creates emotional heaviness.
For example, you may leave an appointment feeling emotionally drained or fatigued or just the opposite — lighter, refreshed, calmer, or somewhere in the middle.
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