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Important Terms about Marriage & Family Counselors

Marriage and family counselors are professionals trained to deal with a wide variety of marital and interpersonal problems. If you’re looking for a marriage and family counselor, there’s a very good chance that you’re unfamiliar with some of the concepts and terminology used in this field. Below we’ll define certain key terms you might encounter.

  • Family Therapy – A branch of psychotherapy that deals with treating the interpersonal problems of an entire family unit. This unit can include a married or unmarried couple, their children, close relatives, and even persons who are not related by blood or marriage. Also called family systems therapy and family counseling.
  • Therapist – The general term for someone trained in aiding individuals or persons in overcoming physical or mental problems. Family therapists or counselors treat all members of a family unit. They are skilled in analyzing marital issues and interpersonal conflicts that arise within a family. A family therapist will generally have a master’s degree and additional training in fields such as psychology, psychotherapy, or social work.
  • MFT – Abbreviation for Marriage and Family Therapist. This is a common license for persons who work in the field of marital therapy.
  • Genogram – Sometimes used in marital counseling, a graph that visually depicts family relationships.
  • Depression – A mental disorder characterized by low energy, persistent sadness, and loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities.
  • Domestic Violence – Abusive behavior that occurs within a family.
  • Conflict Resolution – The process of resolving interpersonal disagreements.
  • Dysfunctional Family – A family whose members engage in a pattern of abnormal, damaging behavior with one another.
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy – A type of therapy that focuses on improving one’s dealings with other people, rather than internal psychological states.
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    Portland Couples Therapy
    1130 Sw Morrison St, Portland, OR 97205
    Portland Couple's Therapy specializes in relationship counseling. Based in Portland, OR, our therapists offer couples therapy in person and remotely.
    (971) 772-0628
    Portland Psychotherapy
    3700 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227
    Our local therapy and counseling clinic works with individuals and groups struggling with depression and anxiety. The therapists and counselors help people feel better and live better.
    (503) 281-4852
    North Portland Growth Place
    7415 N Oatman Ave, Portland, OR 97217
    Get family counseling, life coaching, and other facilitative services at North Portland Growth Place in Portland, OR. Call our wellness center at (971) 213-9966 to learn more.
    (971) 213-9966
    John Fitzgerald
    450 Fifth Street, Suite E, Lake Oswego, OR 97034
    John Fitzgerald provides counseling and therapy services in Lake Oswego, OR. Specializing in trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety, and co-occurring medical issues.
    (503) 343-5666
    Anne Bryant, Counselor
    37 Sw Jefferson St, Portland, OR 97201
    (503) 442-6392
    Bannon Mediation
    200 Sw Market St, Portland, OR 97201
    (503) 295-7977
    Laurel D. Oziel, LCSW, ACSW
    1732 Sw Elm St, Portland, OR 97201
    (503) 421-0471
    Wic State Agency
    1232 Sw Jefferson St Apt 304, Portland, OR 97201
    (503) 248-7010
    Jeanne MA Hisey LPC
    2188 Sw Park Pl Ste 305, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 241-3454
    Michael K Kohler LCSW
    1020 Sw Taylor St Ste 560, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 231-1711
    Linda Rockwell LCSW
    2188 Sw Park Pl Ste 305, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 241-3606
    Susan A Rosenthall MSW LCSW
    1020 Sw Taylor St Ste 755, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 223-1313
    Anne F Bagwell Counselor
    1020 Sw Taylor St Ste 560, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 226-1213
    Brian MA Farr LPC
    1020 Sw Taylor St Ste 820, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 224-0114
    Danna W Schaeffer MA LPC Counselor
    833 Sw 11th Ave Ste 925, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 249-0406

    Most couples have marital issues, and sometimes resolving these issues requires outside counseling from a family therapist or marriage counselor. Marriage counseling is designed to keep families together, avoid divorce, and improve the overall mental health of everyone involved. Family therapy can even bring children into sessions to help manage their care as well. Family therapists didn't start treating relationship psychology issues until around the 1950s. Before this time, psychologists and psychiatrists dealt mostly with individual therapy while friends, family, and church leaders gave advice regarding marital issues. Marriage therapy and counseling now helps couples realize that each individual has their own unique personality and helps them work out the conflicting emotions that arise from these personalities clashing. Therapists also aid spouses to understand and cope while their significant other goes through mental issues, like depression or anger. They can help work through the anxiety that may arise from past physical or emotional abuse from a spouse or parent and give advice to all individuals involved in a custody battle. Before choosing a specialist, look at their credentials and experience first. The right therapist should be licensed in their field as well as have expert training in the particular subject you are wishing to discuss. You may wish to see if the person you're looking into has ever been sued for malpractice, which is more common with psychiatrists that psychologists since the latter cannot prescribe medication. If children need to be involved in the counseling process, look for individuals with previous experience with the age group your child falls into.
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