Research shows that couples wait about 6 years into an unhappy relationship before considering professional help. By that time, many couples are on the verge of divorce. In a study published by the Family Court Review, 30% of people going through a divorce said they would seriously consider reconciliation if it was offered by the court.
A new approach to therapy has evolved, called "Discernment Counseling." Discernment Counseling IS NOT marriage counseling. It is a structured process that helps couples gain greater clarity and confidence in their decision making regarding divorce, and allows them to be better equipped to understand their prospects for reconciliation. Below is an article published by the Wall Street Journal, discussing the benefits of Discernment Counseling. The Center for Relationship and Sexual Wellness is the ONLY mental health center in the region to offer this innovative process!