PSY Family Services
301 W. Rosedale, Fort Worth, TX 76104

HOURS: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 8pm

Friday: 9am - 5pm
PHONE: 817-338-4471
EMAIL: info@psyfamilyservices.com

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~ COUPLES COUNSELING ~
Couples Counseling is a valuable opportunity for couples who want to build a healthy and long-lasting relationship. It can be a worthwhile investment for the long-term, providing couples with the skills and strategies they need to manage life together in a healthy way. With increasing divorce rates and millions of couples who are simply unsatisfied with their relationship, an intervention from a professional counselor can be the necessary step for improving the relationship, helping everyone work on key issues that are causing conflict.

Taking the first step toward getting counseling is often the most difficult. There are so many challenges and difficulties that couples have to face on a daily basis. Whether it is communication problems, infidelity, parenting, substance abuse, or any other issue, professional counseling can prove to be very beneficial for your relationship. Couples Counseling can help you learn how to improve and solidify your relationship. Oftentimes, couples seek counseling due to difficulty communicating with each other or resolving problems within the relationship. Couples Counseling will help you discuss your problems rationally, empathize with your partner, and discover how to resolve future problems.

Couples Counseling is not just for unhappy couples. It can be a valuable addition to any relationship since it gives each person involved fundamental tools and healthy coping strategies to manage their communication, show respect for each other, and grow in healthy ways.

Premarital Counseling can be very beneficial. Marriage, with or without premarital counseling, is a challenging adventure that can be both rewarding and fulfilling. Marriage is a union of two individuals who have come together from different families, each with a different set of expectations about relationships and marriage. Both spouses have been shaped by positive and negative experiences within their own childhood homes. Because of this, each has a predetermined idea about how conflict should be handled, the value of money management, religion, having children, and what it means to love someone. Currently, a little over half of all first marriages end in divorce. Sadly, couples that marry without having premarital counseling are at much higher risk of divorce.