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» Frequently Asked Questions About Marriage Counseling
The article provides a summary of frequently asked questions about family and marriage counseling, such as what to expect during your sessions with a counselor / therapist, cost of family and marriage counseling, as well as tips on how to choose a family therapist.

» Does Marriage Counseling Work?
When considering couples counseling, it's difficult not to wonder whether seeing a marriage counselor will actually work. This article provides some objective information based on data obtained from a national survey of family and marriage therapists and their clients. Also presented are several interesting opinions provided by individuals who have actually been through marriage counseling and were asked to comment on whether or not their experience with relationship therapy proved effective in helping their relationship.

» Family & Marriage Counseling Cost: How Much Will it Cost?
Family and marriage counseling costs can vary widely. Rates vary from about $75 to $200 per hour, but many family and marriage therapists offer sliding scale fees based on income, while some accept insurance and some do not. The average cost for family and marriage counseling is about $100 per session. This article offers some interesting perspectives and more information about the costs associated with family and marriage counseling ( couples counseling ).

» How to Choose a Marriage Counselor
You have made the decision to contact a family and marriage counselor. The next question is “How to choose the right marriage counselor?” The success of your experience in couples counseling or family counseling will relate directly to your compatibility with your therapist. This article provides tips on how to find a family and marriage counselor that's right for you.

» Marriage Counseling: How to Get the Most Value for Your Time and Money
Marriage counseling is an investment of money, time, and energy that can give you and your spouse valuable lifelong benefits. If the two of you are going to make a serious commitment to staying in counseling until you’ve worked through the problem areas, you may be looking at going once a week for three to six months or longer. So it only makes good sense to want to get the most value from your marriage counseling experience.

» Solutions for Different Parenting Styles
Once each parent acknowledges that their intentions are the same -- for their children to grow up and be happy and successful adults -- a workable solution for the family is within sight.

» Online Family & Marriage Counseling - An Introduction
The Internet has revealed itself as a mediator between therapists and clients as online counseling websites surface all over the web. Online counseling, sometimes called E-therapy or cyber-counseling, is when a professional offers emotional support and advice over the Internet. This articles provides an introduction to the various methods and issues regarding online counseling.

» Overcoming Differences in a Relationship
Different points of view, even unfamiliar or uncomfortable ones, can encourage a whole new framework to your love relationship or marriage, and there's nothing wrong with adding another dimension to your life, your relationship or your marriage.




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» Anatomy of the Crackdown

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What does it mean when someone suddenly "gets tough" and starts making demands? "Crackdown" behavior has predictable causes and predictable results.

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» NAMI Statement: The Santa Barbara Tragedy; What Can Communities and Families Do?

http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnc/20100216/NAMILOGOARLINGTON, Va., May 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mary Giliberti, Executive Director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has issued the following statement about the May 23 tragedy in Santa Barbara: "NAMI shares the sadness of other Americans over the Santa...


» Cannabis effects on PTSD: Can smoking medical marijuana reduce symptoms?
Clinical research from New Mexico supports a conclusion that smoking cannabis [marijuana] is associated with PTSD symptom reduction in some patients.



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