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Q&A That Will Help You Find the Right Therapist:

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Do I need a therapist?

You do, especially if you’re:

  • Going through a strained relationship
  • Are constantly fighting with your spouse
  • Feel that your relationship is crumbling down

Therapy can help you and your spouse overcome your fears, control your emotions and get a grip on your relationship.

What can a therapist do for me?

A good therapist helps you to become stronger and more aware about yourself. The therapist will listen to your problems individually and as a couple, and help you navigate through the issues that are causing a rift in your relationship.

He/she provides a safe environment for you to discuss your matters openly and offers the best possible solutions. However, note that your therapist cannot do all the work for you. To make the most of your sessions and to achieve the results you want, you must be an active participant.

What do marriage therapists do, exactly?

Marriage therapists work with married couples to either help them handle marital discord or improve their existing relationship. They are trained professionals who can teach couples various techniques to resolve their conflicts and enhance communication.

Typically, a marriage therapist will work with the couple together at first but will eventually work with each individual as well. This helps the person to open up and share their true feelings with the therapist.

Therapists also identify and diagnose mental or personality disorders that could be causing the rift between the couple. Mostly, a therapist will counsel couples on improving relationships, give advice on child rearing, home management, and managing finances to name a few.

What fees and costs should I expect?

Rates vary from about $50 – $250 per session. The average can be about $200. Since most marriage counselors see couples once a week for the first three months, you can expect to pay about $2500 in that period of time if it's at about $200/hr.

Remember Good Marriage Counseling is Cheap. Divorce is Expensive.

How long does a therapy session last for?

A typical session lasts for about fifty minutes. But, everyone’s treatment is unique.
The length of a therapy session depends on several factors. Some couples may have complex issues, such as addictions or infidelity, so therapy may last longer, session-wise and overall duration-wise. When requested or called for, a session can be extended to about eighty minutes.

Others may have relatively straightforward problems that can be solved quickly. In such cases, the therapists would prefer doing a strict 45 minutes’ session or even less.