Marriage Therapy

Marriage Therapy

Marriage Therapy

Marriage therapy can be a lifesaver for a marriage that is heading for divorce. A married couple seeking help for relationship issues has already determined their marriage is in trouble. The issues a couple is facing can be anything from poor communication, or lost connection to something more traumatic such as dealing with an affair in a marriage. Marriage therapy from a licensed marriage therapist who specializes in specific therapy for couples should be considered before making any rash decisions.

Marriage Therapy
Reasons For Help

The reasons a married couple seeking therapy reaches out for help can vary. A married couple fighting a lot and looking for ways to fix the marriage benefit from therapy in many ways. Often, a marriage on the brink of divorce has lost hope and run out of solutions to fix what has been damaged. Couples find that talking to a professional provides much needed objective insight and a different perspective on their situation. Here is a common list for seeking marriage therapy:

  • Broken trust
  • Fighting
  • Resentment and Anger
  • Parenting Issues
  • Emotional or Physical Affair
  • Financial Issues
  • Lost Hope
  • Nothing in Common

Marriage Therapy
Selecting A Marriage Therapist

Relationship counseling is a special trade that requires further education than the standard therapist might have. There are additional aspects involved in working with couples and helping a marriage heading towards divorce, that need to be considered. There are several continuing education courses that counselors can take that will prepare them for relationship counseling. A couple should not be as concerned with the cost of marriage therapy as they are with the quality of care they get. The best marriage therapists in Orlando will have higher rates, but this often based on their additional training and years of experience. Those contributing factors provide a couple facing divorce with the best possible outcome and are worth the extra investment.

Marriage Therapy
Working With A Marriage Therapist

Marriage therapy is a process that will focus on multiple dimensions. Your licensed mental health counselor who specializes in marriage counseling will provide you feedback on your strengths and weaknesses as a couple. The main difference between relationship counseling and individual therapy is that the sessions might be longer in time, and the goals for therapy will include goals for the marriage, and for each individual person. With marriage therapy, it could take several weeks to start seeing changes. The marriage therapist you are working with will develop an action plan. Each session will be solution focused so that you are always learning ways to improve the relationship and able to make informed decisions about the future of the marriage.

Starting Marriage Therapy Today

The biggest problem most married couples face is starting therapy too late or not at all. They enter the process either in the middle of a crisis, or after many months or years of dysfunction. What a couple seeking marriage therapy needs to understand is that they don’t need to lose all hope. There are resources and professional marriage therapists that can help them if the marriage is in crisis.

Call 407-592-8997 now to find out more information or to book your first appointment. At Orlando Thrive Therapy, we have licensed counselors that are trained in specific relationship counseling techniques that can help you.

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Heather Oller

Heather Oller is the owner and founder of Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching, and Counseling. She is a licensed counselor and a family mediator who has over 23 years of dedicated work as a professional in the mental health field. Through her company's mission, she continues to pave the way for future therapists, and their clients, who want a higher quality of life....and who want to thrive, rather than just survive. You can contact Orlando Thrive Therapy at (407) 592-8997 for more information.