No couple can get through marriage without any conflict or difficult times, and every couple could benefit from marriage counseling at some point.
Even if your marriage isn’t in crisis, meeting with a counselor when you’re feeling disconnected or facing challenging external circumstances can help you deepen your connection and give you healthy ways to work together more effectively.
When you meet with one of our counselors at Evolution Mental Health Services, they will provide an objective, outside perspective to help you and your spouse understand each other and the challenges you’re facing better, and they’ll give you practical tools to help continue to make your marriage healthier going forward.
At Evolution Mental Health Services, our counselors have a wealth of experience helping couples improve communication, resolve conflict, and rebuild trust. If you think you and your partner could benefit from this, don’t be afraid to reach out and make an appointment.
There are many reasons why people pursue marriage counseling at Evolution Mental Health Services, ranging from a major crisis to simply feeling distant from each other.
Some common reasons why couples might seek out counseling include:
These aren’t the only reasons why you might want to consider meeting with one of our therapists, but if you are experiencing any of these, it’s typically a sign that marriage counseling would be a good idea for you and your partner.
If you and your spouse have decided that it’s time for marriage counseling, the first step is to make an appointment with one of our counselors at Evolution Mental Health Services. During the initial consultation, they will get to know you and your spouse as well as the challenges you’re facing in your relationship.
From there, they will develop a customized treatment plan based on your unique needs and goals. Typically, marriage counseling sessions last 50 minutes to an hour, and most couples meet with their counselor once a week, although this may increase or decrease depending on your needs and your counselor’s treatment plan.
As you progress in therapy, you and your spouse will learn new skills for communicating more effectively, resolving conflict, and rebuilding trust. With time and practice, these skills will become second nature to you, and you’ll be able to use them long after you’ve finished therapy.
If you’re ready to take the first step in improving your marriage, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our counselors. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have and help you get started on the path to a healthier, happier marriage.