Family therapy can be very helpful in teaching family members how to function better as a whole. It is often helpful in identifying unhealthy patterns of coping and assists in improving methods of communication. Every member learns that they have a role in strengthening the family unit. Some common family issues include:
- Parent/Child Conflict
- Blended Family Issues
- Coping with Divorce/Separation
- Mental Health Issues of Family Member
- Dealing with Grief & Loss
- Extended Family Conflict
- Coping with an Addiction
Parenting thru Divorce
Couples who are going through a divorce learn how to work together to establish a new parenting relationship focused on the best needs of the children. Co-Parent Counseling is appropriate for moderate to high conflict divorces and can be initiated at any point before during or after the divorce is finalized. It includes education, coaching, and accountability in applying the skills learned for the benefit of protecting the kids through what can be a difficult adjustment.
We provide therapy for children and family members who need assistance rebuilding their relationships following a period of separation. The therapist advocates for the re-establishment of a healthy relationship while maintaining the well-being of the child and the family system.