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Poor communication is the primary reason couples seek therapy, according to Jill Colman, Psy.D., private practitioner in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Repairing, rebuilding and restoring at heart of psychology of relationships

By Phyllis Hanlon

According to the American Psychological Association, healthy marriages can be beneficial for physical and mental health and for offspring’s well-being. Unfortunately, the APA also reports that 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. For any couple facing rocky times, professional intervention might help get the relationship back on track. The grand themes that bring couples to therapy have remained the same through the years, although there are variations, according to Bruce Chalmers, Ph.D., private practitioner in South Burlington, Vermont. “People come when there has been some kind of crisis,” he said, noting that common triggers include the death [More]

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