The single-minded purpose of marriage counseling, also referred to as couple therapy, is to guide a couple toward recognizing the true reasons for their conflict and help them resolve the fissures in their relationship. However, it’s not just someone giving a patient hearing and providing optional solutions – it’s a form of therapy that requires professional expertise and certification.
But, how is marriage counseling perceived by couples? Do they recognize its worth, and what are their true expectations? These questions and more were addressed in an extensive survey of 1000 persons – engaged, married and divorced. The results are eye-opening!
The State of Marriage Counseling:
Infographic by – MNU