How to Start Marriage Counseling

If you are wondering how to start marriage counseling with Guy Stuff Counseling, it is easier than you think. You know you want and need some changes in your marriage, so you are off to a good start. You can start marriage counseling by yourself or together with your spouse. The most important thing is that you start. There are so many great benefits to marriage counseling that you will be glad you did.

Guy Stuff is the place to go if you are ready to strengthen your marriage. At Guy Stuff, our professional staff has years of expertise and experience working with married couples. We have seen every relationship issue out there and have the knowledge and skills to help you work through your specific concerns. Do not wait another minute to get the help you and your spouse need to improve your marriage.

You've come to the right place if you know it is time to start marriage counseling. Even if your spouse is reluctant to go to counseling, you can come to your first appointment without him (or her) and have your spouse join you later. Here is how to start marriage counseling right now in three quick and easy steps:

1 Review our counseling fees

2Check our online appointment calendar for an opening.

The calendar will provide you with our most current availability, as it is updated daily.

3Fill out the online make an appointment request form.

Our staff will contact you by the following business day to confirm your appointment.

We work with couples all over the world. If you live near our Northern California offices, we can meet with you in person. We are also available to meet by phone or via video conferencing. Don’t let your address be an obstacle to getting the help you need.

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That's okay. So now you know how to start marriage counseling when you are ready. In the meantime, a simpler way to start is by taking our Husband Rater Quiz to get a quick assessment of your relationship. Or check out all the helpful marriage articles and relationship advice on our Counseling Men Blog.

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