Marriage Counseling Essays and Term Papers

  • Marriage and Family Therapy

    Marriage and Family Counseling Research Paper COUN 501-B43-Couselor Professional Identity, Function, and Ethics Denna Harrison Liberty University Master of Arts in Professional Counseling Fall 2012 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to examine the field of marriage and family counseling...

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  • Pastoral Care and Counseling

    Introduction Pastoral care and Counseling is one of the important ministries in the Church at any place in the world. Our churches are filled with people who experience crisis, lost, loneliness, anxiety, depression, divorced, and family problems. Pastors have a huge opportunity to help people just by...

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  • Pastorial Care

    Hope-Focused Marriage Counseling: A Guide to Brief Therapy Everett L. Worthington, Jr. CONTENTS 1. BRIEF MARITAL COUNSELING…………………..…………………………………..…17 2. BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF HOPE-FOCUSED MARRIAGE COUNSELING ……………….28 3. USING THE STRATEGY TO PROMOTE HOPE…………. ……..……………………….45 4. APPLYING...

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  • Divorce: a Way Out

    see if they can save their marriage. Almost automatically, some would think maybe marriage counseling could be their best option. Although counseling could quite “possibly” work, I believe that it is definitely not the best alternative. Most often than not, marriage counseling usually ends up failing and...

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  • Counseling

    Counseling Counseling offers you a chance (often the best chance) for you and your spouse to save your marriage. And even if you end up getting a divorce, counseling almost always helps couples get through it with a higher level of trust and with more money in their pocket. When you're marriage is troubled...

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  • Professional Identity

     Professional Identity Paper Abstract This paper will discuss developing beliefs and identity regarding marriage and family therapy. Over one’s life many beliefs are learned and become apart of who they are. These beliefs may be religious or just what they fell are right and wrong...

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  • Personality

    Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling Stephanie Wilfong Liberty University Marriage counseling is not just for unhappy or struggling couples – couple’s therapy can be used proactively to strengthen bonds and to gain a better understanding of one other ...

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  • Explain the Similarities and Differences Between Premarital Counseling, Marriage Enrichment Couples Counseling, Divorce Counseling and Divorce Mediation. Provide an Example of Each Using Five Different Cases.

    QUESTION Explain the similarities and differences between premarital counseling, marriage enrichment couples counseling, divorce counseling and divorce mediation. Provide an example of each using five different cases. Couples are dynamic and unique just as the individuals are. Challenges in couples’...

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  • Marriage, Couple & Family

    Running head: MARRIAGE, COUPLE & FAMILY Research paper: Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling Cesar M. Telles Liberty University Abstract Counselors face a myriad of issues. Marriage, couple and family counselors are not exempt from such issues. On the contrary marriage, couple and family...

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  • Pre Marital Counselling

    PRE MARITAL COUNSELLING WHAT IS IT? Premarital Counselling is therapy with two people prior to their marriage, to help give them more realistic ideas of what to expect and how to cope with living with another person as a spouse; relating to each other as a committed pair. By taking the time to...

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  • Professional Identity Paper

    or her function with anyone that is obsolete (Brott & Myers, (1999); Smith & Robinson, (1995). According to (Healey, Hays, (n.d.) “Within counseling, professional identity is a sequence of actions from an experimental execution which helps forward growing mental process of comprehension in your...

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  • Hawkins, Ronald E. (1991) Strengthening Marital Intimacy, Grand Rapids, Mi: Baker Book House.

    of what it takes to have a Biblically sound intimate and committed marriage. In Strengthening Marital Intimacy (1991), he has captured the two foundational truths, intimacy and commitment, makes a good marriage into a great marriage. It is not enough to know the Word of God intellectually there must...

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  • Cancer on the Rise

    period 5 January 23, 2011 A.M.D.G. Pope: Marriage is not an absolute right In this article, Pop Benedict XVI said that no one has an absolute right to a wedding. Pop Benedict told priests to counsel would-be spouses better to make sure that the marriages actually last as long as they are suppose to...

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  • Luisiana Covenant Marriage

    Louisiana Covenant Marriage Covenant Marriage Act Contracting A Covenant Marriage The couple who chooses to enter into a Covenant Marriage agrees to be bound by two serious limitations on obtaining a divorce or separation. These limitations do not apply to other couples married in Louisiana: The...

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  • Marriage and Family Therapy

    Marriage and Family Therapy Abstract The purpose of this paper is to examine the field of marriage and family counseling beginning with the history and development of the profession and its importance in the field of counseling. This paper will also evaluate five major themes relevant to Marriage...

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  • Marriage equality for same-sex couples

    Regular Manuscript Marriage Equality for Same-Sex Couples: Counseling Psychologists as Social Change Agents The Counseling Psychologist 39(7) 956–972 © The Author(s) 2011 Reprints and permission: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav DOI: 10.1177/0011000011398398 http://tcp.sagepub.com ...

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  • Breathing Life Into Our Marriage Culture

    The Slow Death of a Marriage Culture Angela Donnell A distressing number of children in this nation will go to bed tonight without the participation of both a mother and father in an important family ritual: reading a bedtime story, saying nighttime prayers, and being tucked in with reassuring goodnight...

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  • Professional Positions for Counselors

    in the job market. Counseling is a field that requires a certain amount of training and education, which is mandated in the State of California by the Board of Behavioral Sciences. There are quite a few avenues or fields of study a graduate holding a master’s degree in counseling can take. Some of the...

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  • Counselors Working as a Team

    master’s degree in school counseling which makes them distinctively qualified to attend to the needs of students in areas such as: academic, personal, social, and career development. They assist in designing, implementing, evaluating and improving a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes...

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  • Making a Case for Premarital Education

    analysis, professional/public opinion, and rational debate, Stanley (2001) constructed four arguments that support an increased need for premarital counseling. The arguments were “ presented for the plausible benefits of engaging in premarital preventive efforts on a broad scale” (Stanley, 2001, p. 272)...

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