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The Surprising Success of Marriage Counseling

THE SUPRISING SUCCESS OF MARRIAGE COUNSELING The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMET) reports that 752,370 couples seek relationship therapy each Approximately 3.4 percent of U.S. households have visited a Marriage & Family Therapist. year. 80 60 40 20 A 2010 study of “chronically and seriously distressed" couples found 48 percent of those who underwent counseling still had significantly improved relationships five years after therapy ended. Other studies have A survey of marriage and family therapists found that 86 found that 75 percent of couples who undergo therapy make greater improvements to their relationships than those who do percent are "highly motivated" to improve their skills and learn more not. about their field. 97% 93% 90% A survey by the AAMFT found that 93 percent felt they had developed better methods of 97 percent of couples felt they received the help they needed in couples therapy. Nearly 90 percent of couples who use emotionally-focused therapy report significant relationship improvements. dealing with marital problems as a result. Swinton Counseling

The Surprising Success of Marriage Counseling

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Marriage counseling is surprisingly effective in reaching satisfactory outcomes for clients—surveys have found that the vast majority of clients feel satisfied with the outcome of their meetings wit...


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