Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates
When a relationship stains to the point of breaking, it's never pretty. Couples often exchange harsh words, even in front of their children. Old and hurtful memories emerge. Every perceived fault is thrown like a dagger. When the dust finally settles, even briefly, you and your partner might consider couples counseling. Perhaps a professional can help save your marriage, or tell you if it's worth saving?
Is Couples Counseling Effective?
Every relationship is different, but couples have found success through therapy. While it's possible for couples to fall back into old habits that cause strife or lead to divorce after finishing counseling, this doesn't mean you should throw in the towel before you start. On the contrary, the therapists at Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates include marriage counselors who can help navigate the complexities of your relationship.
What If My Spouse Doesn’t want to Try Couples Counseling?
Ideally, you want your partner on board for marriage counseling. At the same time, it’s not always possible for both parties to want to save a relationship. Individual therapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy, may still be useful in these situations.
If you’re ready to try couples counseling in or around Clarks Summit, contact the team at at Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates. We can help you and your spouse during this difficult time. Our marriage and family therapists can help identify negative thought patterns and ways of acting that hurt your marriage. Our therapists may be able to help you and your partner choose better actions in the future through therapeutic techniques.
Give your marriage another chance. Contact the certified therapists at Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates, serving Clarks Summit, PA, Scranton, PA, Dickson City, PA, and surrounding areas.