Few clients actually ask counselors about their success rates, but it’s an important question. Two-thirds of people show improvement in psychotherapy, so you should be looking for a percentage at least that high. Once you decide to schedule an appointment, be aware that one session with a couple’s counselor isn’t a commitment to continue with that therapist. It’s okay to let the therapist know that you plan to meet with several professionals in order to find the best fit. This approach is standard; plus, it just makes good sense. A counselor who’s truly focused on helping couples won’t be offended if you say you’ll call back if you want to continue therapy.
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