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"Most people are far more aware of how their partner is contributing to the problems in the relationship than they are.
When we can't ‘fix’ ourselves, sometimes we need a third party's perspective." The main complaints couples bring to therapy are "losing connection and high levels of conflict," Doherty says.
Many therapists are good listeners, a crucial skill.
But marital therapy needs a measure of leadership, and skilled listening has to be quickly and effectively turned into a deeper understanding of each spouse.
It was their third session and the last fight over his ex-wife wasn’t going away.
The fifty minutes embroiled in a detailed outline of the battle only charged up their anger and the counselor’s request to remember how much they love each other wasn’t helping. But of the many that do, marital counseling falls short.
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For some couples, professional counseling is the answer.
"Studies show that, in the hands of a good counselor, marriage counseling is successful 70- 80% of the time," says William Doherty, Ph D, LCSW.
It would be a week before the next session and both of them were already talking about not returning. It’s easy to say that it’s the couple’s fault; they weren’t committed enough, didn’t give it enough time or one spouse never had their heart in it in the first place.
Any one of these reasons for therapy failure could be spot on but it doesn’t explain the whole story.