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Family therapy


Family counseling focuses on improving communication patterns and resolving conflicts within a family system. The goal is to help family members understand and overcome emotional and behavioral issues and create a healthier and more functional family dynamic.


Family counseling may include parents, children, siblings, or the entire family.  The collaborative nature of family counseling empowers families to work together to create positive and lasting changes.

What is family counseling

What can family therapy help with

  • Communication Improvement: Therapists work with family members to enhance communication skills, promote active listening, and facilitate effective expression of thoughts and emotions. Better communication patterns help in resolving conflicts, and building stronger connections.

  • Conflict Resolution: Family counseling addresses conflicts and tensions within the family, helping members understand the underlying issues and find constructive ways to resolve disputes. The goal is to promote a healthier and more harmonious family environment.

  • Life Transitions: Family counseling provides support during significant life transitions such as divorce, remarriage, the birth of a child, adolescence, or the loss of a family member. It helps families navigate these changes and adjust to new circumstances.

  • Separation/Divorce: Family therapy provides a supportive environment where individuals can express their feelings, fears, and concerns while receiving guidance on coping with the emotional impact of the divorce.

  • Blended Families: In cases where individuals remarry or form new partnerships after divorce, family therapy can help navigate the complexities of blended families, addressing potential conflicts and fostering positive relationships.

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