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Couples Counselors Written By: Samantha Woodruff, Katie Hammer, and Randall Owens Couples counseling has been a rapidly growing profession for many years. The essential background involves many steps and a large amount of education to become a couple’s therapist. Couples therapy is a useful modality of help for couples who are experiencing problems such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness in the relationship, pervasive feelings of anger, resentment and or dissatisfaction or lack of interest in affection or in a physical relationship with one another. Licensed marriage and Family therapists (LMFT) resolve emotional conflicts between families, couples and individuals. The steps to becoming a couple’s counselor involve a serious education. The first step is to earn a bachelor’s degree in a related field, such as psychology, social work or sociology. The second step is to obtain an advanced degree as a marriage and family therapist. According to the American Association for Marriage and Family therapy
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Patriciajones during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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