• Family Counseling

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    Family therapy is a form of therapy that seeks to reduce distress and conflict by improving the systems of interactions between family members. While family therapists often seek to have all family members (affected by the problem) in the room that is not always possible or necessary. What distinguishes family therapy from individual counseling is its perspective or framework, not how many people are present at the therapy session. This type of counseling views problems as patterns or systems that need adjusting, as opposed to viewing problems as residing in the person, which is why family therapy is often referred to as a “strengths based treatment.” Some common reasons for seeking family therapy include:

    • When a child is having problems such as with school, substance abuse, or disordered eating
    • A major trauma or change that impacts the entire family ( i.e. relocation, natural disaster, incarceration of a family member)
    • Unexpected or traumatic loss of a family member
    • Adjustment to a new family member in the home (i.e. birth of a sibling, adoption, foster children, a grandparent entering the home)
    • Domestic violence
    • Divorce
    • Parent conflict


    Family Therapy- 90-Minute Sessions- $185.00

     Includes a 15-minute consultation, this gives you a chance to see if you feel comfortable with me, and it gives us both a chance to see if we’re a good fit.

    Family Rebuilding Package 


    Includes 15-minute consultation, Family roles and expectations assessment, and four family sessions. This package allows families to:

    Assess family member’s roles and expectations 

    Facilitate difficult discussions in a manner that honors each person’s voice. Receive clinical techniques to improve family interactions