Brooklyn Psychiatrists - New York

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Lisadegeneste.Com
(917) 566-5628
Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Victims No More Inc.
(718) 541-5680
2920 Avenue R Ste 239, Brooklyn, NY 11229
US Department of Veterans Affairs Brooklyn Va Medical Center
(718) 491-2596
800 Poly Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Kingsboro Psychiatric Center
(718) 221-7700
681 Clarkson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11203
Brooklyn Center For Psychotherapy Inc
(718) 622-2000
300 Flatbush Ave Fl 2, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Institute for Community Living Inc
(718) 855-4035
50 Nevins St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
South Beach Park Manor
(718) 871-3937
570 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Helen Schwartz Md
(718) 921-3518
584 Bay Ridge Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11220
Glendale Mental Health Clinic
(718) 456-7001
6729 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Alexander Heisman
(718) 449-1705
3045 Ocean Pkwy Ste 1A, Brooklyn, NY 11235
M Carlin Md
(718) 797-1583
95 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Omni Psychiatric Services Pc
(718) 491-9191
352 77th St, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Ludmila Shapiro
(718) 223-9727
100 Oceana Dr W, Brooklyn, NY 11235
Brooklyn Community Counseling Center Inc
(718) 338-4622
1651 Coney Island Ave # 200, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Jewish Board of Family & Childrens Services
(718) 946-6398
3602 Mermaid Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
New York State Office Of Mental Health
(718) 855-3131
250 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
CHILD & ADULT PSYCHIATRIST
(718) 431-0009
79 CHURCH AVE, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Ny Psychiatric
(347) 275-2147
6415 Bay Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11204
New York Methodist Hospital
(718) 780-3000
506 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Ascension Therapeutic Management
(718) 541-5680
2920 Avenue R Ste 240, Brooklyn, NY 11229
New York Psychiatric Services
(718) 331-3800
6415 Bay Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11204
Abir Fereydoon Md Pc
(718) 453-4311
866 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Brooklyn Children Center
(718) 221-4500
1819 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11233
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How Couples Counseling Can Help Save a Marriage

by: Tammy Stoner

The marriage is troubled, attractions that led to the marital union have waned, and one or both of you are considering divorce. In one last effort you seek couples counseling, hoping that you can salvage the marriage. Can it help? Will it help? How will it help us with this problem? Each of you entered this marriage as unique human beings, bringing sole backgrounds, and life experiences. The wealth of experiences that you brought to the marriage, have provided you with a notion, that the way you view the world is the "real" reality.

You have tried to "fix" the problem with common sense, and logic, and seem to only have compounded the problem. In a last ditch effort, you decide to try the irrational, and illogical approach through seeking the help of a marriage counselor, hoping but not really "believing" it can work. The very act of going to a counseling session to obtain "outside" help is an act of change. You are seeking help for something you don't believe can be changed. Paradoxically, this is the first step towards change, as you are seeking a different solution. One of the most common fallacies of change is that if something is "bad", it's opposite must be "good". The wife who divorces the "weak" husband, to marry the "strong" husband, often discovers to her dismay, that while the second marriage should be vastly different from the first, nothing much has actually changed.

A couples counselor is trained to look at the problem from a new perspective, in order to create change. There are many tips and tools that can be utilized to help create this change. It might be as simple as providing opportunities for each partner to speak, and be heard, or as complex as telling each of you to continue doing the same thing you have been doing to solve the problem. A counselor might give you instructions to make yourself be "unhappy". Anybody can be unhappy, but to make oneself unhappy needs to be learned. In the language game just presented, symptoms are prescribed, a double bind created, in an effort to create the desired change. The therapist can help you "fix" the problem, using methods outside the box, outside your frame of reference, outside your logic, in efforts to provide solutions. It is this vast wealth of knowledge, that expands your problem solving ability, so that each partner can view a new, and "real" reality.

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