Therapy could help life change in the new year | ULM Forum 1-6-12
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Starting out a new year can mean making changes in your life. Dr. Bethany Simmons, director of the clinic, says that improving relationships can often give that added boost to any resolutions for the new year.
The Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic at the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently made a move back to the main campus, to Strauss Hall along the bayou.
Marriage and family therapists work to strengthen relationships and prevent problems from getting out of control. The Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic is staffed by interns of the Marriage and Family Therapy programs, under direct supervision by clinical faculty. The supervising faculty members hold professional mental health licenses in Louisiana, as well as clinical credentials as approved supervisors in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
The center was established in 1983 to provide graduate students of the Marriage and Family Therapy programs the opportunity to provide therapeutic services to the greater Monroe community at minimal cost.