The Power of Marriage Counseling – Explains Casey Lee, a 2022 ThreeBestRated® Award-Winning Marriage Counselor in Columbia

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Columbia, South Carolina, USA (PRUnderground) May 24th, 2022

“Relational conflict and disconnect can be pretty hard to navigate through. It can get overwhelming to both the partners in the relationship because we are wired for a safe and secure connection. We may never have been taught or shown how to address relational distress in a way that makes it better. Yet, many couples manage to work it out by themselves. But that's not the case with everyone. It is normal to seek help outside. Marriage counseling helps couples experience success in vulnerability. The experience has the power to repair ruptures and change our perception of our partner and ourself.” ~ Casey Lee

We reached out to Casey Lee, a 2022 ThreeBestRated® award-winning Marriage Counselor in Columbia, South Carolina, to better understand how couples therapy work.

Casey Lee explains that the core of what couples need is not learning better communication or conflict management. “What really matters for most couples is to experience feeling safe and secure, considered and cared for with the other. When couples feel that way with each other, they naturally communicate more clearer and resolve conflicts better. I don’t directly teach couples skills or techniques, but I facilitate couples to have a new experience with each other that draw out their natural abilities to connect and relate.”

"As a fellow human being, I have also experienced the highs and lows of relationships with parents, friends, and wife for the past 38 years," said Casey Lee. He has been in practice since 2011 and found the therapy to be very successful. It has really helped many couples reunite, fix their issues, and lead a happy life.

In his experience, Casey has helped clients with various problems get along. Some of which are:

● Couple dealing with betrayals and affairs.

● Couple in the high-conflict situation.

● Disconnected couples.

● Couples who seek help to strengthen their relationship.

Therapy gives couples the chance to feel heard, seen, and accepted although they may be very different from each other.

Therapy is not everyone's cup of coffee:

Casey Lee understands that therapy is not something that people opt for so often. He said, "I know how big of a step it is to invest money, time, and energy for therapy. It can be scary to trust someone with the most important things in your life: your relationships and your emotions." So, people look for a counselor who knows what they’re doing, someone trustworthy. That's why he strives to provide exceptional value and quality of service because he cares deeply about those who feel broken and hurt.

Therapy can add value to you and your relationship no matter who you are:

Couples therapy can help your relationship regardless of who you are and what you have experienced. Casey Lee meets you where you are at to help you move towards where you want to go together. “It doesn’t matter if you are quiet or outspoken, keep to your self or expressive, or if you have a certain love language, enneagram, or personality type. We create experiences together in our session that allow you both to be yourself fully while feeling accepted and loved.”

He knows what works the best for his clients:

In his experience, Casey found Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) to be most effective. It is one of the most effective research-based ways to treat couples and marriages in distress as it gets to the heart of what humans need. Around 70 – 73% of couples who have undergone this therapy have reported recovery from relationship distress, and 86% reported significant improvement that continued years after therapy ended.

Marriage counseling is not an abstract term. It works, aids, and allows couples to explore the possibilities of making it work all again.

About Casey Lee, MA, LPC, NCC – Rooted Hearts Counseling

Casey Lee is a prominent marriage counselor in Columbia, South Carolina. He pursued his BA (Psychology) from the University of Toronto and MA (Counseling) from Columbia International University. Casey has been practicing marriage counseling for the past nine years and has excelled in all aspects of it. He is a Certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist, Certified Discernment Counselor, Level II AEDP Therapist, and Level I Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Therapist. 

He is the sole practitioner at Rooted Hearts Counseling. His approach toward his clients is what makes him unique. He is empathetic and gentle yet directive. Casey also offers individual and family counseling on a wide range of issues. 

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