So, you’re skeptical of counseling.
I like you already! I’ve lost count of how many people have wanted to attend for marriage counseling but have said, “My spouse doesn’t believe in it.” This page is made just for you and your skeptical partner.
Maybe it’s because I grew up with a father with an anti-establishment streak, or I’m just a glutton for punishment. Still, I genuinely enjoy having people along who aren’t “true believers,” including their accompanying questions or push-back.
We all have our moments of doubt, including myself. However, what I don’t doubt is the power of relationships to heal. We know from studies that 80% of outcomes result from the quality of the relationship between counselor and client, so the technique is only a small part of the equation.
First and foremost, you and I need to get along, only then can anything therapeutic happen. In my practice, I advocate for critical thinking and critical feeling, so I’m interested in what your head and heart have to say.
Still not convinced?
If you still have misgivings about the therapeutic process or think seeing someone about your relationship is a waste of time, let’s talk about it!
Some people think asking for help means you’re weak. I think that’s rubbish.
It takes courage to sit down with a stranger and discuss the most intimate parts of your life and relationship.
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