Problems, conflicts and unhealthy communications are common for individuals, couples and families. Our therapists specialize in helping people to learn healthy coping to work through difficulties of daily living which may affect a person and/or family’s happiness and general well-being.
People often try to first solve these problems alone and then they may become discouraged if the problems don’t improve, reoccur or even become worse. Meeting with a therapist is not a sign of weakness, but an indication that you and your family are open to taking a positive step toward achieving personal growth and development.
Family & Teens— Parent-child conflicts, communication, disagreements about parenting practices, relationships and boundaries with adult children who have returned home, parenting of grandchildren.
School & Education— Truancy, behavior problems, academic failure, bullying, low self-esteem, difficulty making friends.
Couples— Learning how to “fight fair”, maintaining positive communication and a healthy relationship, conflict resolution, infidelity, military deployment, financial conflict, separation and threats of divorce.
Divorce, Remarriage & Blended Families— Communication and co-parenting effectively with an ex-spouse and children, dynamics of step/blended families, single-parent family, grief/loss.
Mental/Emotional Health— Management and resolution of issues like depression, anxiety, self-esteem, PTSD, eating disorders and any issues that interfere with relationships and functioning in areas of your life.
Older Adults & Families— Life and health changes, difficult emotions related to caring for aging parents, communication problems among the generations.
Trauma— Healing and resolution from traumatic events such as abuse, neglect, death and loss.
Job & Career— Conflict or stress with employer or coworkers, job satisfaction, job performance, absenteeism, unemployment.