Therapy is Costly. It’s a simple fact that therapy costs add up quickly. If the therapy is the tool that saves a marriage and creates a healthier future, any amount of money is worth it. But unfortunately, therapy costs can become add additional stress to an already stressful situation. This is another reason the therapist should be up front about the projected amount of meetings and length of therapy. The couple needs to know the plan and be prepared for the costs involved.
When considering therapy remember to ask yourself:
1. Is my therapist offering enough clear direction? If you are in the midst of marital crisis, get the help that gives you the concrete plan you need and deserve.
2. Are each of us being asked to confront ourselves and understand some deeper personal issues?
3. Are we giving ourselves enough time and energy to make a critical difference?
4. What is the approximate cost and are we prepared to go the distance with this therapeutic plan?
Your marriage has spun out of control. Getting it back on track will likely start with taking some control over your marital therapy.
About the Author: M. Gary Neuman is a psychotherapist, rabbi, and New York Times best-selling author. He is the creator of NeumanMethod.com video programs for marriages and parenting.
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