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    Role of marriage counselor

    Role of marriage counselor – ETHOS HEALTH CARE

    Marriage counselors are therapists trained to assist couples with relationship difficulties. Their main job responsibility is to provide guidance to couples drowning in their marital problems so that they can be able to learn how they can help themselves next time they find themselves in such predicaments.

    Marriage counselors are trained to look beyond the individual to primary relationships and the roles people play within these relationships. They take a holistic and long-term view of health. Licensed counselors are required to uphold the values and ethics of the profession.
    Some marriage counselor’s advice couples to have time dating in order to know one another much better. The couples must be given the chance to know more and discover what the couple likes to happen in their relationship. Dating can be an excellent healing process because it allows both parties to remember the times when they first met and the sweetness as well as the love that was developed between them. It can also bring fun to their lives. Marriage counseling often includes dating as a part of repairing broken marriages.

    Apart from dating, these counselors are also required to collect information from the couple’s family. The aim of this process is to try to gather as much useful information about the couple as possible. The information is meant to help the counselor to understand the couple’s relationship from another standpoint other that the one that they tell him or her about.

    Marriage counselors listen carefully to both sides. Marriage counselors actively listen that is why clients would feel at ease to open up and talk more regarding the things that are bothering them. If only both partners know how to give and take and listen carefully, then there are no broken marriages or broken relationships. Listening is the basic principle in counseling.