“Love, belonging and connection are the universal sources of well-being.”
Individual & Family Counseling
Family counseling can teach you and the members of your family to deepen emotional connections. Individual counseling can also help when there is grief, anger or conflict or when there are troubled relationships with your spouse, children, or other family members. Clients use counseling to address specific issues such as conflict between parents and children, or the impact of mental illness on the entire family.
Individual and Family therapy is meant to help you and your family members understand one another better and bring you closer together. It may include all family members or just those who have specific issues to work out together. Family counseling typically brings several family members together in one session; however, a family member may also see a family therapist individually.
During individual and family counseling, you can:
Explore your family’s ability to solve problems and communicate thoughts and emotions
Consider family roles and behavior patterns which may contribute to conflict while finding ways to work through those issues
Identify your each member’s strengths, such as caring for one another, and weaknesses, such as difficulty confiding in one another
Counseling can be scary work. Work one-on-one with a psychotherapist in a safe, caring, compassionate environment. Explore beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors while feeling unconditionally accepted. Our licensed therapists help you work through challenging situations, difficult feelings or negative perceptions while helping you better understand yourself and others.
Some areas you may consider coming to therapy for:
Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders, Phobias and Fears
Grief and Loss
Using the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and attachment and family origin exploration, we help you understand why you do the things you do while helping you gain insight into why others do the things they do. Sometimes, the only person one has to confide in is their counselor, and we take that relationship seriously.
Issues you might address in family or individual counseling
Depression and bipolar disorders
Anxiety, phobias, and fear
Marriage, pre-marriage and relationship issues
Chronic health afflictions
Personal and professional growth
Grief and loss issues
Child and Teen concerns
Abuse or addiction to substances, sex, pornography, gambling, or shopping
Insomnia and Sleep Disorders
Disorganization, general unhappiness
Career and business dissatisfaction and changes
Personality disorders, symptom management
Divorce and blended family coaching
Spirituality and faith concerns
Low self-confidence, self-esteem issues, and low self-worth