Some common problems under individual counseling
Some common issues which come under the purview of individual counseling are as follows:
There are certain concepts and techniques that when administered during counseling sessions shows some long lasting and speedy results. These techniques are given here under:
Being suggestive and not commanding
The counselor encourages the counselee to find solution to his/her issues. Here, the counselor doesn’t impose his/her personal opinion on the counselee.
Being empathetic and not sympathetic
The counselor determines the situation the counselee is into and then empathizes with his/her issue. This helps to boost up the confidence of the counselee and built up a professional yet transparent counselee-counselor relationship.
Seeing the ultimate goal
When it comes to couple therapy, the relationship is a continued one that is rewarding to all (the couple and the family in case of kids) is considered as the goal of therapy. In contrast, individual therapy considers the person in the room to be the client whether it is to end the relation or continue with it. This is said to be their ultimate goal.
The decision to enter into Couple Therapy Den Haag means that both partner do commit to explore the areas, pitfall, patterns of their relationship that they perceive as problematic or that in some way impede the development of a health satisfying relationship. There are times when couples lose sight of the glue that held then together or may find they’re growing in different direction having hard to adjust to the developmental stages of the changing life roles or relation.
The bottom line!
Couple therapy can be challenging and needs sincere commitment by the couple to engage in building solid foundation, exploring new patterns of relating, engage in direct conversation for the future. In case either of the couple is unwilling to pay lip service or undertake the work; the concept without real commitment to the process, the therapy becomes extremely unproductive ad challenging.
Finally, the success of couple therapy is not always measured by the decision to stay put, rather by the growing ability to know each other’s requirement and respond respectfully.