In your first session, your therapist at Star Point Counseling Center in Tampa Fl, and Brandon Fl, will ask some basic questions to get to know you both individually before asking questions about your relationship. They’ll probably also ask what you hope to get out of therapy.
It’s okay to be honest about your expectations. Some people want to do everything in their power to save their relationship from a crisis. Others just want to strengthen the healthy relationship they already have. Some people are open to a breakup or divorce but want to have a healthier relationship so they can coparent together. Whatever your goals, your therapist at Star Point Counseling Center in Tampa FL, and Brandon Fl, can help you start working toward them.
After your first session, your therapist in Tampa Fl, and Brandon Fl, will likely set up a regular schedule of sessions. They may assign tasks or “homework” for both of your to do between sessions.
Couples therapy doesn’t last forever. At a certain point, your therapist will begin expressing the belief that you and your partner have gotten as much out of the experience as you can. They may recommend you and/or your partner try individual therapy in Tampa FL, and Brandon Fl, to continue working toward a healthier life and healthier relationships.