Do you desire to improve relationships in your family but don’t know how to approach healing past hurts?
Family counseling is a method of therapy used to address a problem that impacts an entire family system. This approach to therapy generally addresses more specific issues where the family will learn new behavioral ways of interacting, find the ability to be vulnerable with one another again and show empathy for all the varied viewpoints within a specific problem area.
Available Online and In-Person
Who It’s For
Family counseling is for anyone who desires to improve their relationships in their family. Family is defined by each unique family setup. Whoever you define as family can engage in family therapy with you. So, family counseling could include biological family members, stepfamily members, adoptive family members, siblings, children and grandparents.
This type of counseling can be particularly helpful when a family member or group has experienced a transitional or traumatic event such as a divorce, blending two families together, dealing with problematic behaviors, or dealing with addiction within the family system.
How It Works
We will meet on a regular basis, mostly as an entire family unit, but occasionally meeting with smaller groups within the family unit as deemed necessary and appropriate through conversation between the family and the counselor.
A treatment plan and goals will be set up during the initial meeting so that the family system is working toward identified change together. Treatment throughout the weeks will be monitored and discussed and appropriate changes to therapy will be made based on the progress that we see.
Let’s Talk About:
- Dealing with the impact of addiction on a family
- Improving Communication among family members
- Healing hurts from the past
- Blending Families
- Dealing with the impact of divorce
- Resolving Conflicts
- Reducing Stress