What to Expect From Marriage Counseling
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Originally Published: April 6, 2021
Original Author: Kimberly Panganiban, LMFT
Original Reviewer: Trishanna Sookdeo, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Updated: September 27, 2022
Author: No Change
Reviewer: No Change
Primary Changes: Updated for readability and clarity. Reviewed and added relevant resources. Added “Does Marriage Therapy Really Work?” and “Types of Marriage Counseling”. New material written by Silvi Saxena, MBA, MSW, LSW, CCTP, OSW-C and reviewed by Kristen Fuller, MD.