Families go through hard times. When we feel as though our family is growing apart due to stress, it can result in higher levels of conflict. If you feel like no one in your family can communicate, family counseling may be the right fit for you.
Family counseling offers an opportunity to find positive means of connecting with the ones you love. The role of a family counselor is to help families navigate difficult emotions and communicate individual perspectives in a safe, productive environment. We all want to feel heard and sometimes in our mission to feel heard, we forget to listen along the way.
Family therapy provides that much needed space to practice responding versus reacting, ultimately fostering stronger relationships and long-term resiliency.
Our approach looks at the family as a holistic unit and team, while also addressing each individual’s perspective of the problem.
Common problems presented in family counseling include: difficulties with adjusting to changes, communication issues, and differences in parenting style.
Your family counselor will work with you and your family members to develop a treatment plan and goals for session.