“An ounce of prevention” is especially relevant when it comes to marriage and divorce. Many couples have the basis of a strong relationship, but they let the challenges of life, marriage and parenthood create wedges that ultimately doom their marriage. In some cases, a little outside help could have patched these cracks and saved the family.
Join us for an engaging discussion with Pamela Rak, LSCW, PC on how counseling can benefit a struggling marriage and keep it from becoming a divorce.
Also joining the conversation are Amy Schillinger from Balance Stress Management and Therapy and Jessica Malmquist from Greenwich Law Group LLC.
Pamela Rak, LCSW, PC has over 35 years of experience in clinical social work, medical case management, corporate counseling, and teaching appointments at the college level. A frequent speaker at conferences and workshops, she has conducted basic and advanced training on a number of clinical issues and topics. Pamela is known for her goal-oriented, pragmatic and supportive approach to counseling.
Pamela graduated from Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.
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