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JANUARY IS MENTAL WELLNESS MONTH January has been declared as Mental Wellness Month to raise awareness about the need to take care of our mental health, especially in light of the widespread occurrence of mental health difficulties and illnesses in our society. Furthermore, many organizations, including our own, have traditionally stigmatized mental health disorders. Thankfully, and partly as a result…

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What are the Qualifications to be a Marriage and Family Therapist?

Marriage and family therapists aid in the improvement of family communication and understanding to address issues such as alcohol and drug abuse or marital tension. Individual and family therapy are generally included during treatment, lasting anywhere from 12 to 50 sessions. Marriage and family therapists practice in various settings, including mental health facilities, hospitals, treatment centers, government agencies, and postsecondary…

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How Can I Find a Marriage and Family Therapist?

Marriage therapy, often known as couples therapy, is a method of assisting couples in recognizing and resolving marital difficulties. Teams can dramatically improve their relationship and make serious decisions about rebuilding it or going their separate ways by employing basic tactics. Searching reliable websites with counselor directories, such as the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) or the…

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What is Couples and Family Therapy?

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6 Reasons WHY you Need The Fast-Track Relationship ™ Fix: 

1. Start Working on Your Relationship NOW.

By your first session, you have completed most of the assessment and begun formulating goals. The sooner you get your relationship on track, the more quickly you can return to life’s demands. And start enjoying each other
Positive change is time sensitive. You need to put change in motion before you entertain seeds of doubt. There is no guarantee that a long time spent in therapy or on self-help will improve your relationship or make it shatter-proof. I believe the opposite is true and couples need support in assessment and an action plan as soon as possible.

2. You Begin To Make Changes And Heal Sooner.

3. You Eliminate The Negativity That Derails Threapy.

The Program focuses on solutions for existing problems and proactive steps that reduce the likelihood of future issues. It acknowledges past hurt and anger but keeps the session structured to avoid arguments that keep couples stuck and prevent them from moving forward. Your hurts and fears are best dealt with separately and in actionable steps.

4. You Complete Significant Tasks That Often Gets Missed.

In the few weeks that it takes to complete your assessment and attend two virtual appointments, you will know what the relationship issues are, what you want and what you need to do.Many couples just skim the surface problems when they seek help, become overwhelmed with other stressors, give up and move on to more immediate demands. They may feel some relief and assume incorrectly that their relationship is now fixed. When issues arise later, and repeatedly, couples feel increasingly helpless to make real change and hopeless that their relationship is viable.

5. You Have an Action Plan and A Clear Vision.

The Program has a no-nonsense structure that goes directly to the heart of the matter and delivers an easy-to-follow plan. The action plan, your vision and commitment help you reduce future problems.

6. You`ll  Have A Record  To Keep & Keep Updating 

The Fasttrack Fix is your personalized lifetime treasure delivered as a live document that you can update as new issues arises.

7 ways The Fast-Track Relationship FixWorks

1.Your Focus is on repairing your Relationship.
You may have known something was wrong, been unhappy, wanted an improvement or hoped the other person would say or do something. But the relationship continued to slide as you both continued to act and say what you always have. The saying “Time heals everything,” is especially untrue in a relationship where communication and connection deteriorates, problems intensify and you become more lonely and angry as the issues remain unsolved.
2.You Quickly gain an understanding of the fundamental issues.
You may have known something was wrong, been unhappy, wanted an improvement or hoped the other person would say or do something. But the relationship continued to slide as you both continued to act and say what you always have. The saying “Time heals everything,” is especially untrue in a relationship where communication and connection deteriorates, problems intensify and you become more lonely and angry as the issues remain unsolved.

Many people have a general idea of what the issues are but few understand the scope of their relationship challenges and their partner’s unmet needs. The program asks the questions that you haven’t, identifies issues in major areas of the relationship and uses your understanding of the relationship to craft a clear and personalized approach. The Assessment will help you create well-defined goals and a thoughtful action plan

3. You identify meaningful Goals.
Now you know what the issues are, and that you have to change direction, the next step is setting goals. The written goals in your program are a roadmap with a beginning and end point. They require alignment, help you formulate manageable steps and strengthens your motivation.
4. You understand your Challenges and create a blueprint for success.
One reason the problem issues became unmanageable is that you didn’t appreciate the difficulty in overcoming roadblocks and put little effort into change. Change is achievable, fuels personal growth and your conjoined efforts will spark relationship growth.
5. You Decide what you want in a relationship.

You are an individual as well as an equity partner in your relationship. With the passage of time dreams, direction, goals and the values of one or both of you may be lost as you adapt to everyone else’s. Parents, neighbours even people you admire. The result is dissatisfaction that you may have mislabelled, casting blame or disillusionment.

6. You have a detailed action plan.

Your written action plan has enough details, steps and measuring components so you know when you have fulfilled your goal. And your S/O knows it is a plan they can trust. Your action plan identifies a realistic timeline, the process involved and provides you both with laser clarity.

7. You make a commitment.
It may not surprise you that 204 couples in a study said that, Commitment was the most powerful and consistent predictor of relationship satisfaction. In this program you are asked to make an authentic commitment that states precisely what you commit to. Regardless of the struggles of the past, commitment guarantees hope for the future.
Acker, Michele. Davis, Mark H. (1992). Intimacy, Passion and Commitment in Adult Romantic Relationships: A Test of the Triangular Theory of Love, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 9(1):21-50
You may have known something was wrong, been unhappy, wanted an improvement or hoped the other person would say or do something. But the relationship continued to slide as you both continued to act and say what you always have. The saying “Time heals everything,” is especially untrue in a relationship where communication and connection deteriorates, problems intensify and you become more lonely and angry as the issues remain unsolved.
You may have known something was wrong, been unhappy, wanted an improvement or hoped the other person would say or do something. But the relationship continued to slide as you both continued to act and say what you always have. The saying “Time heals everything,” is especially untrue in a relationship where communication and connection deteriorates, problems intensify and you become more lonely and angry as the issues remain unsolved.