MARRIAGE COUNSELLING is a type of psychotherapy which must be join before and after marriage, before and after family planning and in order to maintain personal and professional balance, for a married couple or established partners that tries to resolve problems in the relationship. Typically, two people attend counselling sessions together to discuss specific issues.
In general Marriage counselling is usually a short-term therapy that may take only a few sessions to work out problems in the relationship.
Marriage is not a requirement for two people to get help from a marriage counsellor. Anyone person wishing to improve his or her relationships can get help with behavioural problems, relationship issues, or with mental or emotional disorders. Marriage counsellor also offer treatment for couples before they get married to help them understand potential problem areas. A third type of marriage counselling involves post marital therapy, in which divorcing couples who share children seek help in working out their differences. Couples in the midst of a divorce find that marriage therapy during separation can help them find a common ground as they negotiate interpersonal issues and child custody.
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