Marriage counselling comprises of psychotherapy sessions with couples as well as their families, aimed at resolving interpersonal conflicts and marital disputes.
Why it’s done?
Expected results from the marriage counselling
What you can expect
Couples therapy helps address the interpersonal dynamics influencing the quality of the relationship between the partners as well as the other family members. Such sessions typically revolve around the patterns of communication, trust building, intimacy, sense of security, empathy, compassion, love as well as identification within the interpersonal relationship.
Regular marriage counselling sessions over a period of time are aimed at a reduction of marital conflicts, which could be related to physical, emotional, financial, or psychosocial factors. Further, such counselling aims at reducing distress levels and improving the quality of life of both the individuals involved, as well as improving their ability to function as a cohesive unit in the institution of a family.
Q1. What is the expected length of the marriage counselling sessions?
Psychotherapy sessions are typically having a duration of a 60 minute session, which is a fixed duration determined at the time of fixing the appointment with both the individuals involved.
Q2. Is the discussion or the sessions held with the psychotherapist, confidential?
All ethical boundaries regarding the confidentiality of psychotherapeutic sessions are maintained as per the norms.