Marriage, Couples, & Family

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    Professionals of Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling programs have been prepared to work with individuals, couples and families from a family systems perspective. From this perspective, Marriage, Couple and Family Counselors work with clients across of variety of mental and emotional disorders, relationship issues, or communication issues and in a variety of work settings including inpatient facilities, community mental health centers, private practice offices, and social service agencies.
For more information, visit the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC).

Chartered in 1989, IAMFC members help develop healthy family systems through prevention, education, and therapy.

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    Counseling Today's May cover story, "When the hurt is aimed inward," takes an intimate look at nonsuicidal self-injury. What functions does it serve for clients? What do clients need from you as the counselor? And how might the therapeutic relationship hold the key to change? More