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Since it's inception in 2005, the Registry has been recommended by prestigious publications and industry leaders as a source to find trusted couples counseling with competent, experienced therapists.

  • USA Today
  • National Public Radio
  • The prestigious Harvard Mental Health Letter listed us as just one of just two resources to refer couples for therapy.
  • The National Extension Relationship and Marriage Education Network, funded by the federal government, has listed us as a resource for couples who need marriage counseling. Here’s what they wrote: “The National Registry of Marriage Friendly Therapists was developed to help marriages by linking couples with the most highly qualified therapists in the country.”
  • The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, in their new marriage website for couples of all faiths (foryourmarriage.org) recommends us as a registry that “lists only therapists with many years of training and experience in marriage and couples therapy. These therapists value marriage and life-long commitment and are dedicated to helping marriages succeed if at all possible.” We are the only national registry of marriage therapists recommended on the website.

Thousands have found couples counseling with a competent therapist, well-trained in helping with relationships:

“This website is providing a clear service to couples and I am grateful I found a therapist with so much experience.” -Husband

Those tasked with guiding couples in finding the right therapist to help with their relationship have found Marriage Friendly Therapists to be an invaluable resource: 

“As a clergy person I will share your website with my colleagues. We need to know which counselors to send our people to and this is one of those gems which needs to be broadcasted more completely.”-Minister in Minnesota