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Keeping Marriage Counseling on Track, Part 2


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Keeping Marriage Counseling on Track: Marriage counseling can be volatile. Spouses interrupt each other, roll their eyes, ask you to choose sides, and even explode in anger. This seminar will show you how to create a positive atmosphere and guide married couples into constructive interactions with each other.

This lecture is from the 2010 National Conference, “ONE for Better and Worse: A Marriage Conference About Much More than Marriage.”

Winston is a faculty member at CCEF. He holds an MDiv degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. He has been counseling for twenty years and is the author of Marriage Matters: Extraordinary Change through Ordinary Moments.