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Q: Are there marriage counselling services in Beijing?

My friends' marriage is on the rocks and I really don't want them to divorce. They've been struggling with cultural differences and disagreements on where to settle down (Chinese-US couple) but I really believe they are meant for each other. So, being the good friend that I am, I want to find out if there are any marriage counsellers catering to mixed race couples having marital problems in Beijing?

8 years 4 weeks ago in  Relationships - Beijing

 
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Check out the Marriage and Family Counseling Center.

Never went there myself (yet), but I hear it's designed for expats.

Fangzhuang and Fengtai District 方庄丰台区
4-1207, Hua Teng Yuan, 54 Dongsanhuan Nanlu, Chaoyang District
朝阳区东三环南路54号华腾园4-1207
8779 3716, 135 5203 7480

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Yep: see chriswilliamscounselling.com

Chris is an experienced couples counsellor from the UK.

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www.chriswilliamscounselling.com
Chris works in Beijing near Lido/798 area. He is an expereinced UK trained couples counsellor.

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Additionally, you may wish to consult the "Community Services" rubric in the Beijing (www.beijinger.com) or perhaps glance through similarly-related rubrics.

Good suggestions above, though for sure.

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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/08/15/marital-rows-could-make-say-scientists/

 

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