| When we lived in a BYU married-student housing ward we'd have about 10 couples assigned to go to that class each semester. The lessons had absolutely no substance. We were one of the couples who had been married longer because we didn't go back to school until after a military stint. So one time we had this newlywed pimple-faced 22-year-old with no kids teaching the class. After one class period I realized that was a good hour to walk across the street while I had free babysitting in Primary and get some things done at home. You know, a whole semester on how reading, praying and (most of all) paying would fix all your family problems.
I took a class on family relations through our UU church a couple years ago. Now THAT was some deep, useful, thoughtful, discussion-provoking stuff. But I'll guarantee I've never known a practicing mor(m)on who could have made it through 10 minutes of that class without sticking their fingers in their ears and going "na, na, na, na, na.." Because we discussed real problems, issues, solutions, not total BS that you get in TSCC. And the solutions were never "give us more money and your problems will be solved."
What I remember is the emphasis on never going to non-LDS marriage counselors. And, of course, if you need marital advice, start with the bishop.