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02/12/2017
By: Joseph B.
Connections Family Resource Center
People really can’t learn well without relationships. Sure, they can process information and take standardized tests, but a mind by itself can only answer its own questions and is rarely, if ever, inspired. Often couples treat and talk to each other in a manner they wouldn't use with anyone else. Disagreements are part of any partnership, but some fighting styles are particularly damaging. Couples that use destructive behavior during arguments — such as yelling, resorting to personal criticisms or withdrawing from the discussion altogether will hurt the relationship. You don't have to wait until a relationship shows signs of trouble before working to strengthen your union. Programs that teach skills such as good communication, effective listening and dealing with conflict have been shown to reduce the risk of an unhealthy relationships. This class will help you communicate better in everyday life.
02/09/2017
By: Antonesha T.
Connections Family Resource Center
Connections Family Resource Center truly helps with coping and over coming life changing issues on a daily basis. The skills, patience, and understanding I've learned in just a few weeks, are my 'go to' options when making everyday decisions. I'm learning to celebrate my 'micro-wins' and take responsibility for my reactions! The staff are sensational, and Mrs. Harris is an inspiration. The class i attend was court appointed, but with no doubt i think everyone in our class can agree, that we are glad we stepped our foot in the door!
02/04/2017
By: Trudy S.
Connections Family Resource Center
The staff is one of the most professional office I have visited in such a long time. I am so glad that Douglas County have them in our county
12/07/2016
By: Alicia J.
Assured and Associates
I LOVE WORKING FOR ASSURED AND ASSOCIATES THEY ARE VERY PROFESSIONAL AND FRIENDLY PEOPLE. I WOULD LIKE TO GO BACK TO WORK FOR THEM ANY TIME.
02/16/2017
By: Rose R.
Connections Family Resource Center
5 Star staff....please be careful and double check your stars. YP will lower your rating....if you don't double check before posting.
Tips & Advices
During the first session, the participants might talk about the issues and goals of their relationship, as well as what to expect. Subsequent sessions might involve learning tools to communicate better.
The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is around at $90 an hour. The cost ranges from $60- $130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
The length of relationship counseling varies depending on the therapist’s technique, and the couple’s goals and needs. But some couples may see improvement after a few sessions.
The 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires coverage of counseling services to be equal to physical health coverage. Check with your employers’ plan benefits or as your HR representative or insurance company directly.
Pre-divorce counseling is required in some states, while others have bills pending making it a requirement of divorce proceedings.

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