Family Therapy

Your family can be your greatest source of support, comfort and love. But it can also be your greatest source of pain and grief. A health crisis, mental illness, work problems or teenage rebellion may threaten to tear your family apart. Family therapy can help your family weather such storms. Family therapy can help patch strained relationships, teach new coping skills and improve how your family works together. Whether it’s you, your partner, a child or even a sibling or parent who’s in crisis, family therapy can help all of you communicate better and learn to get along.

In general, anyone who wants to improve troubled relationships can benefit from family therapy. Family therapy can help with such issues as:

  • Blended family issues
  • Marital problems
  • Divorce
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia
  • Substance abuse
  • Depression or bipolar disorder
  • Chronic health problems, such as asthma or cancer
  • Grief, loss and trauma
  • Work stress
  • Parenting skills
  • Emotional abuse or violence
  • Financial problems
  • Sexual victimization treatment with non-offending parent and victim
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