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Family Therapy


family therapy

Searching for a way to strengthen your family’s bond? Family therapy is a perfect way to start communicating while also helping to resolve minor, or major, conflicts in a healthy way.

Counseling can help to mend and develop relationships with your partner or spouse, children, or other family members. In your sessions, you can address specific issues like disagreements between parents and children, or the effect of substance abuse or a mental illness.

This form of treatment is often used for a short amount of time, generally around six months. The number and frequency of sessions will depend on your family’s particular situation and the therapist’s recommendation. It may be right for you to have an additional form of therapy involved, such as individual or relationship counseling. For example, a family member may choose to see your therapist individually. Your whole family can be involved, or just the people who want to participate.

These sessions will develop your connections and can support all of you in worrying or traumatic situations. What all of you learn in these appointments can hep you far into the future, even after you have stopped going to counseling.

Family therapy can be useful for handling stress, grief, anger, or conflict. It can assist you and your family members with understanding and communicating with each other in a healthier way and can help bring you closer together.

Family therapy can give you the skills to cope with difficult circumstances in a more effective way.

We’re here to help you and your family bond and connect
Set up an appointment here.

Call the Institute for Cognitive Therapy at (801) 802-8608.