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Do you work with individuals or couples?

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

Ultimately, whether to work with a couples therapist or individual therapist depends on the specific needs of the individuals and the couple. For some couples, working with a couples therapist exclusively may be the best option, while for others, it may be beneficial to work with both a couples therapist and individual therapists.

It is important to note that couples therapy is not about taking sides or advocating for one partner over the other. Rather, it is about creating a safe and supportive space for both partners to explore their emotions, communication patterns, and underlying issues that may be impacting their relationship.

Working with the same therapist for both individual and couples therapy can also be beneficial because the therapist will have a deeper understanding of the individual's history, beliefs, and emotional triggers. This can help the therapist provide more effective support and guidance in the couples therapy sessions.

Ultimately, the most important factor is finding a therapist who is a good fit for the individuals and the couple. This may involve trying out different therapists or approaches to determine what works best.

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