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Did you know that you can find marriage therapists online?

Marriage counseling is a type of psychotherapy for married people, wherein they try to solve problems in their relationship. Typically, the couple attend counseling sessions together to discuss specific issues, and the person who facilitates the process is a trained expert known as a marriage therapist.

Scientifically, Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) are mental health professionals trained in psychotherapy and family systems, and licensed to diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders within the context of marriage, couples and family systems.

They operate in two ways, via face-to-face consultations and online. One of the most reputable online platforms to go to if you are looking for the services of a marriage therapist is They also have editorials that create a better understanding of the importance of marriage counseling even when done online. Click HERE to read.

Here are some testimonials from people whose marriages changed for the better after marriage counseling online:

Story 1:

“As a guy, I thought I should be better at this than I was.  Did you ever feel alone but you weren’t alone?  Thats how I felt in my marriage.  I couldn’t reach her.  I couldn’t do anything right.  It seemed that my very presence upset her.  So I started to pull back.  Which of course only made matters worse.  I sent my wife the link to your website and said: why not?  At first she said no – but eventually we agreed and it really helped.  For the first time in a long time I started to feel like we were in this thing together.  I had no idea how I had hurt her or pushed her away – and the solutions you taught us were so simple!  Consistency was the hard part, of course.  But the difference in our marriage between then and now – it’s night and day.”

Story 2:

“After 10 years of marriage, my husband and I came to a place of “blah”. We weren’t unhappy – but we certainly weren’t happy either. Life has a way of beating you down and it certainly had taken it’s toll on us. One day I asked myself: “Is this it? Is this all I can expect?” and then I thought: “What if we could make it better?” I began looking for a marriage therapist and came across Mr. Cockrell’s site. It sounded interesting and I liked his approach of technique based counselling. The convenience was the real selling point. I skype with my friends all the time – and our schedules really prevented us from meeting with a therapist for regular one on one sessions. I have to say that in only a few sessions, my husband and I began looking at each other a little differently. There was a spark there that had been absent for quite a while. We did the techniques and readings and soon the “aloneness” that we shared was replaced by a togetherness. I suddenly felt like I had someone in my life that “had my back”. Like I said – our marriage wasn’t bad to begin with, but now it’s something that I treasure. Thanks Clay!”

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