Client interests in premarital counseling: a further analysis.

@article{Silliman1995ClientII,
  title={Client interests in premarital counseling: a further analysis.},
  author={B Silliman and Walter Richard Schumm},
  journal={Journal of sex & marital therapy},
  year={1995},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={43-56}
}
A survey was conducted of over 150 college students concerning their attitudes toward premarital preparation. In general, the students valued brief, high-quality, low-cost, voluntary programs led by well-trained clergy or mental health professionals. However, females, students with more supportive family backgrounds, and religious students were more willing to participate in longer-than-average programs. Students with more supportive family backgrounds were also willing to pay more for such… CONTINUE READING