marital counselling

marital counselling

The process of analysis of relational problems between spouses and the giving of advice on how they may be relieved.
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The FAP counsellors have experience in a wide variety of areas including stress and anxiety, trauma/critical incidents, alcohol and drug misuse, bereavement, couple and marital counselling, depression, family and parenting concerns.
Indian Consul-General Vipul said: "At this given time, we are working with five to six cases of domestic abuse." He said the consulate provides a two-step marital counselling to both spouses.
Widen opportunities for free marital counselling. Speed up the adoption process.
According to her, marital counselling should be done before or immediately when couples start seriously contemplating a divorce.
Disclosure: This article is a revision of the third chapter of the author's doctoral dissertation Focusing on Emotions in Pastoral Marital Counselling: An Evangelical Assessment, Mutter, 2005.
The seminar also recommended supporting and strengthening marital counselling programmes across the Sultanate.
In her pre- marital counselling sessions she has come across highly educated men, even many who have spent quite a number of years studying abroad, but have had a difficult time adjusting to a demanding woman.
Additionally, it is mostly lower-class women who use the WPSs, both because middle- and upper-class women have the resources to go to court or seek marital counselling, and because they don't want to publicize their situation in a police station.
The question of training in marital counselling at church colleges and developing resources for marriage enrichment is a good one.
Bear in mind, though, that your sister's marital counselling came as news to you.
I had eventually chosen to go into the field of social casework, specializing in psychotherapy with individuals and marital counselling for couples.
And alcohol abuse is the "primary problem" in one in four marital counselling cases.