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Why you may need family counseling?

 Have you grown tired of being in conflict with the people you love?

Would you like to participate in a co-created bridge between you and your loved ones? 

Is the family unit have a difficult time adjusting to the teen years? 

Are you having a hard time adjusting to your child’s transition into adulthood?

Is a loved one in treatment for substance abuse or an eating disorder?

What are the benefits of family counseling?


  • developing healthy boundaries

  • improving communication

  • Building empathy and reducing daily conflicts

  • Learning how to recognize and honor the needs of each part of the family 

  • improving family dynamics and relationships

  • providing strength and coping tools for family members

  • addressing dysfunctional interactions

  • improving the family’s problem-solving abilities

What can I expect during a family counseling session?

Our first session will be 90 minutes and we will discuss the families’ main concerns, goals, aspirations, and strengths. We utilize a strength-based, evidence-based, systematic approach when working with families.


During family sessions, we will: 

  •  explore family roles, rules, and behavior patterns to identify issues that contribute to conflict — and ways to work through these issues. 

  • Identify your family's strengths, such as caring for one another, and weaknesses, such as difficulty confiding in one another

  • Examine your family's ability to solve problems and express thoughts and emotions in a productive manner

Sessions onward will be 60 minutes long and will include structured activities to increase communication and team building. Sessions may also include take-home assignments that will be debriefed in the following sessions.

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