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The questions to ask your prospective marital therapist are:
What percentage of your practice is marital therapy? A marital or sex therapist who is a specialist is practicing 95% of their cases in marriage and sex counseling and is not a generalist. It is imperative to have a specialist in this critical area.
How many years have you practiced solely marital and sex therapy?
What is your average length of sessions for the majority of your clients?
Are you fully licensed to the highest credential within your professional degree and license (versus a partially licensed therapist who is gaining experience towards the highest licensure.
What percentage of your couples reach their goals and after how many sessions, on average?