Marriage and family difficulties account for about half of all
visits to psychotherapists. One-on-one therapy can often help you
think about the issues in new ways and suggest productive
remedies. But couples therapy has the advantage of focusing
directly on the relationship, with both partners present, while a
neutral professional asks questions, teaches new skills, and
provides reassurance, guidance, and support.
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