Communication Skills * Boundaries * Coping Skills * Depression * Dual Diagnosis * Empty Nest * Family Conflict * Life Transitions * Marital and Premarital * Men’s Issues * Parenting * Relationships * Separation/Divorce * Single Parents * Peer Relationships * School Issues * Self Esteem * Stress * Anger Issues * Women's Issues
Treatment modalities utilized include but are not limited to:
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Dialectic Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Solution Focused Therapy
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Gottman Couples Therapy
Individual Therapy (Adults, Teens)
Individual therapy is a common goal between a therapist and a person to inspire change or improve the quality of life.
Therapy helps people overcome obstacles, increase positive feelings, navigate difficult situations, and self-growth.
"The worst distance between two people is a misunderstanding."
Common Relationship Struggles Include:
Deciding whether to get married
Lack of satisfaction and enjoyment with your partner
Constant bickering and fighting
Inherent differences in lifestyle decisions (having children, religion, career). Difficulty transitioning to a parenting relationship
Extended family conflicts
"Our Family is a Circle of Strength & Love. With every birth & union, it grows. Every Crisis Faced Together Makes the Circle Stronger."
Family therapy aims to improve the quality of family life through nurturing, supportive therapy. Many transitions in the family life cycle present challenges (having children, adolescent and teen years, aging parents, illnesses, loss, divorce, financial struggles), and families can often get stuck with one or more members, causing extreme distress and symptomatic behaviors.
The approach to family therapy looks at the family as a whole. Working collaboratively, we will identify the dysfunctional interactional patterns of the family. We look at the current structure of the family to see how it is organized and misaligned. We help parents set boundaries around giving and teaching responsibility. We help parents listen to the needs and wants of their children without judgment, criticism, and stonewalling.