Partner Counseling Program
Program funded by Herbert Hobish Memorial Fund
Learning to live with a chronic illness like MS challenges a person's sense of psychological well-being. The unpredictability of MS can be frightening for everyone affected by the disease. The Partner Counseling Program is designed to provide support to married couples who are faced with these challenges in their relationship, as well as in their role within the household.
Professional counselors trained by the National MS Society are available to assist individuals with MS and their significant other to cope more effectively.
Partner Counseling is available for uninsured or underinsured members or their family member(s) who may be having difficulty coping with MS.
For more information please contact Jane Reilly 516.740.7227 or 631.864.8337 at Ext. 53218 ~email@example.com.
Having a satisfactory relationship is hard work even in the best of times. MS can make it even harder.
The Relationship Matters program is a series of interactive courses that exists to help couples minimize the impact of MS on their lives. Learn how to:
Improve communication and resolve conflicts
- Manage MS as a team
- Have greater fulfillment in your relationship
- Help your relationship thrive
For information or to register, firstname.lastname@example.org.