Are you struggling to connect with your child or stepchild?
Or maybe you’re questioning if the relationship you’ve been in for years is worth saving?
Or lastly, maybe you are still struggling to see eye-to-eye with your mother or father because they still don’t accept your lifestyle.
All families encounter bumps in the road and it’s perfectly normal for them to seek an outside perspective on how to best navigate the bumps. If you find any of the above three statements relating to your life, you may want to consider family counseling.
Signs You Should Consider Family Counseling
- You are considering divorce or separation from your partner
- You have recently become divorced or separated from your partner
- You are struggling to connect with your spouse
- You are struggling to connect with your child/children or step-child/step-children
- You or a family member has experienced a loss or change in the family dynamic
- Your family dynamic has recently become “blended”
- Your child/children or step-child/step-children are “acting out”
- You find there is strain on your relationship – one partner is distant
- You or your partner has been unfaithful
- Your family has experience grief or loss
- You’re having trouble accepting your son or daughter’s life choices
Family Counseling Can Help
- Reunite loved ones
- Bring family members closer together and resolve “lifestyle choices”
- Help family members through the transitional phase of blending families
- Teach how to co-parent effectively following separation and divorce
- Resolving conflict within the family
- identifying various rules and roles for parenting and step-parenting
- Recognizing the various emotional needs each family member has
- Resolve sibling rivalries
- Resolve infertility issues
How We Approach Family Counseling
Our staff understand that each family is different and face their own unique set of issues.
We take a client-centered-approach to care, dealing with each family as an individual family, and focus on their individual needs to provide them with a solution which will help the family move forward.
Therapy Styles & Techniques our Staff are Familiar with Include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Insight Oriented Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Goal Setting
- Play Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
- Mindfulness Therapy
- Family Systems Models
- Applied Behavior Analysis
To find out more about family counseling and determine if it’s right for you and/or your family, contact us to make an appointment.