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“Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible – the kind of atmosphere that is found in a nurturing family.”

Virginia Satir

Family Therapy

Family therapy can help improve your relationship with your partner, parents, siblings, children, extended family members and other important people in your life.  During family therapy, you can learn to express your thoughts and feelings in a productive manner and begin to feel understood and validated.  Typical goals of family therapy are solving family problems, improving communication, gaining knowledge, addressing certain family situations, and improving overall family relationships.  Together, we can work on strengthening the family’s problem-solving behaviors, transforming avoidance and breakdown in communication with healthier family interactions and creating cohesion and better functioning home environment.  

Common Issues

  • Father daughter relationships

  • Mother-son estranged relationship

  • Parents’ arguments

  • Blended family

  • Adjusting to new stepparents or stepbrothers and sisters.

  • Communication problems 

  • Financial distress

  • Disagreements and personalities clashing on decision-making

  • Family member or relative with mental health, medical issues, or disabilities

  • In-laws and extended family

  • Sibling rivalry and jealousy

  • Parents arguing

  • Differences in child discipline and parenting styles

  • Impact of divorce or separation

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