We hear the stories all to often.
"We went to a counselor about our marriage and it was the biggest mistake every. She helped alright; helped destroy our marriage!"
"As soon as the therapist discovered my husband was involved with someone else, he told us that he couldn't help us. That was it. Session over. My husband said, 'See, there's no help for us' and went to the other woman. Are there any counselors out there who actually help people in our situation?"
"Turns out our counselor had the philosophy that each of us should be happy and if that wasn't together, we should follow our own individual paths to happiness. What a load of crap from a so-called marriage counselor."
Are there good marriage counselors out there? Yes. Are they always easy to find? No.
In this program Joe Beam offers suggestions on how to tell a good marriage counselor from one who is useless and from those who are destructive to your marriage. Be sure to have something ready to take notes. Of course, you can listen to the program again later to pick up the nuances you may have missed.
All who call in to talk with Joe on the program are entered into the monthly drawing for half-off the Marriage Helper 911 workshop for marriages in crisis. Many good marriage counselors from across America refer people to this three-day marriage intensive. The couple then returns home to complete their work on either salvaging or making their marriage good again with the counselor who referred them. Those who are not referred by counselors can either work with a Marriage Helper Certified Marriage Coach or use the principles Joe shares in this program to find a good marriage therapist where they live.
Whether you have a counselor that you aren't thrilled with or are looking for a marriage counselor for the first time, this program will give you specific suggestions to help find the right one.