Fractures in family relationships can occur from life situations, differing values, or poor decisions by members. Family counseling typically includes two or more family members and focuses on therapy to teach the tools to support one another, foster understanding and respect regarding differences, and provide resources during difficult times. By encouraging discussions directed by an experienced counselor, family members will develop stronger communication skills and have the tools to manage stress and conflicts. By supporting each other, families will have the strength and resources to overcome current and future adversities affecting them.
Family counseling can address different areas of concern including communication issues, school and behavioral issues, codependency issues, mental illness, substance abuse, grief, divorce and separation, life transitions, trauma, court-ordered treatments, and parenting skills.
If you have any questions or concerns about your family’s current situation and/or want to book an appointment, please call us at 972-820-6299 or contact us here.