marital counseling

mar·i·tal coun·sel·ing

the process whereby a trained counselor assists married couples to resolve problems that arise and trouble them in their relationship; husband and wife are seen by the same counselor in separate and joint counseling sessions focusing on immediate family problems.

marital counseling

Services provided to married couples (and their families) about how to manage addictions, differences of opinion, finances, genetic illnesses, schedules, sexuality, and other topics.
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Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Founder Chelsey Wang of Chelsey Wang Beauty & Baby has announced that she has started a new Instagram series titled "Marriage After Littles." Effective immediately @chelseywangbaby will be providing free marital counseling to mothers and wives in need.
The eVideo Counseling benefit includes counseling on a variety of topics beyond mental health-specific counseling, including parenting/family issues, divorce, grief/loss, marital counseling, self-esteem issues, stress, and trauma.
Mansaray recommended an individual parenting coach, a substance-abuse assessment, individual counseling, and marital counseling. Rucked refused all but the parenting coaching.<br />Hansford assaulted Rucker in November 2016 and remained noncompliant in taking her medication.
The effect of marital counseling on sexual satisfaction of couples in Shiraz city.
his provision of marital counseling at no cost to them, and various offers of employment for Saeed have now been met with a bitter Facebook post about him and his ministry."
Apart from the non-degree diploma in family ministries, RMT-Cefam also offers seminar workshops in pre-marital and marital counseling and family dynamics.
Family and Marital Counseling is also offered by appointment." Its website states.
The center also plans to introduce marital counseling in a bid to reduce divorce rates, he said.
The option of pre marital counseling regarding forbidding marriage between two carriers of the gene for thalassemia remains another option.
She is convinced that a week of intensive marital counseling might revive her moribund marriage.
While such theories championed progressive causes such as sexual education, contraception, marital counseling, the treatment of venereal disease, and the recognition of illegitimate births, they also resonated with nationalistic concerns of ensuring healthier generations.
References to EFCT in the pastoral and Christian marital counseling literature highlight the importance of working with attachment in couples' therapy (Morris, 2002), providing a mechanism by which couples can learn to trust and foster mutual empathy and supportive stances with one another (Bailey, 2002), and examining the "fit" between EFCT and conservative Christians (Mutter, Ande, & Hugo, 2010).