Question by 315cuti: i have to do a career project and i want to be a relationship therapist but i dont really know what they do an?
i want to know what they do and everything.
also can i have a few stories on how they helped you.
if they helped you.
Answer by Jimmy G Relationship Therapist, Relationship Counselor, Couples Counseling, Marriage Counselor, Relationship Therapist… You can just mix and match and choose as you please!
Your ‘other’ comes home from work, and heads straight for the bottle of vodka stashed in the freezer. You haven’t had a real conversation for weeks. A few arguments over money or late nights out, sure, but no heart-to-hearts. Sex? What’s that?
Your relationship is on the rocks, and you both know it. But you aren’t sure how to fix things — or if you really want to. With ‘help’ from the right people, you can recognize the problems you two are facing and either find your answer by parting seperate ways… or THEY can help you understand your relationship better and make a well-thought-out decision on what to do.
THAT IS WHEN THEY CALL YOU!
As far as a career project, throw down an improv… an act.. get a few friends dress them up and tell them to act badly. Pretend to help them, sit them down run them through the usual and have them kiss and make-up.. Points for creativity and productivity.
Honestly, if you are looking to follow this for life, do your research… and if you still love the idea of helping them out and watching couples walk away happy, GOOD LUCK. i am sure anyone would be lucky!
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