Through professional face-to-face sessions, marriage counselling helps couples to work on the issues they encountered in their marriage.
Under the facilitation of an experienced counsellor, couples will openly discuss on various aspects such as mutual joy, areas of growth, and differences between spouses. This can equip them to face the challenges of marriage. With the support of an experienced counsellor and in a non-judgmental environment, couples can also discuss stressful issues. This enhances communication skills and conflict resolution between spouses, which are essential ingredients in maintaining a long-term, healthy and loving marriage relationship.
Many people are uncomfortable with marriage and pre-marriage pressures. Using dream interpretation to spy on the client’s subconscious can heal without medicine.
In times of prosperity, it is easy for couples to maintain a loving relationship. However, over the long years of marriage, daily life can become a series of real battlegrounds, especially when it is difficult to recognize each other’s values.
With the guidance and facilitation of a counsellor, prospective spouses explore the influence and impact of their families of origins on their future marriage. The exploration process may bring about new insights on improving their relationship, communications skills, and different outlooks of their upcoming marriage. These professionally-facilitated sessions enable prospective spouses to deepen their understanding of one another, thus preparing them to learn ways to establish a strong and satisfying marriage.
It is not always easy to get along with our family members. In family counselling, a family unit is viewed as a single system. The counselling process helps each member in the system to explore and understand the differences in each family member. The interaction and changes made by each member will cumulatively bring about a change in the entire family, thereby enabling members to learn and grow with each other. As a result, this brings about a more harmonious and loving family.
The closest people to the patient,family members are most likely to notice psychosis symptoms before anyone else, but they are also in a lot of pain and stress.
The Education Department encourages mainstream schools to accept SEN students and implement inclusive education.
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Divorce is a legal way to end a marriage. Are there other solutions, besides divorce, to work through the issues in a marriage? During marriage counselling, spouses work together to gain an understanding of the root cause of their problem. Both parties work with their counsellor to seek a rational and peaceful solution. If both have decided to proceed with divorce, divorce counselling will then focus on helping clients to address issues such as child custody, distribution of shared assets, future living expenditures, ways to inform families of both parties about the divorce and managing future interactions etc.