Kanata, Ontario (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
After a recent article released statistics on marriage, Family Therapy offers its marriage counseling services to those who may be concerned. According to a Live Science article posted September 14, nineteen percent of wives who reported doubts about getting married were divorced four years later. Among women who did not report doubts, just 8 percent were divorced after the four year time period. This new study seems to suggest that pre-marital jitters may be a sign of bigger problems below the surface of a relationship.
Family Therapy offers marriage counseling in Ottawa and can help partners who worry about the state of their relationship. For those who may have concerns before they actually get married, Family Therapy provides couple’s therapy as well as a service to help couples increase their bond through communication. A therapist at Family Therapy can help couples to talk through their troubles and guide them to a better place in their relationship. Marriage counseling and couple’s therapy at Family Therapy use Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT), which is a validated couple therapy with a 70-75% recovery rate.
The newly released study on Live Science suggests that women can tell that something is wrong with their relationship before getting married, and often chalk this up to being cold feet about getting married. Family Therapy encourages any couple with concerns about the future of their relationship to set up a consultation to see if counseling may help them to strengthen their bond and promote a healthy life together.
Counseling can be a great solution for couples that have the same argument several times, have thoughts about separating, or have just lost that spark that originally brought them together. After the new study was released on marriage statistics, the staff at Family Therapy wants to make sure they are there for anyone concerned about the well-being of their relationship. To get more information about marriage counseling in Ottawa, visit http://www.family-therapy.ca/ or call (613) 287-3799 to set up a consultation.