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A Family Therapist in Baltimore MD - Founder of Aaron Wolasky Therapy
A Family Therapist in Baltimore MD - Founder of Aaron Wolasky Therapy

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Aaron Wolasky with tips on couples therapy.
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When a therapist is first approached by a client he needs to be aware of a very critical factor. And that is that there is a big difference when carrying out therapy for a couple and performing therapy for a parent-child and other familial relations.

When dealing with a couple in a state of deep conflict the therapist has a great degree of responsibility that that falls on his shoulders from the moment he accepts the couple as a client. And that of course is the ever-looming possibility of divorce.

By a parent-child, brother-sister, or any other type of relation there is no option of divorce. A sibling can’t get divorced no matter how great the hostilities are. There is no such thing. It doesn’t exist. And since there is no divorce there is always the possibility of reconciliation. Some circumstances may make getting back together more difficult than others, sometimes very difficult, but essentially there is no level of finality by other relationships.

See the rest of this important article on Aaron Wolasky's blog at http://aaronwolasky.com/differences-spousal-and-family-therapy-situations/
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Aaron Wolasky has a video on YouTube about his family therapy practice.
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Family therapy is a complicated endeavor. You need to make sure that you choose an expert. Aaron Wolasky has 30 years of experience and has successfully dealt with hundreds of couples and families.
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