General Questions

Family counseling is a great avenue to resolve many problems, such as substance abuse, behavioral issues, divorce, chronic illness, and grief. But even if your family doesn’t have these kinds of problems, counseling can help strengthen your bond, improve communication at home, and help you learn to understand each other better.

During family therapy, you can identify behaviors and patterns contributing to conflicts, learn to express your thoughts and feelings and discuss your concerns. 

During a family therapy session, the counselor will ask what each family member hopes will be the outcome of the therapy and create a unique treatment plan based on that. They will also help you explore patterns of behaviors that often result in conflict. 

Warning signs vary from child to child, but major red flags include persistent sadness or irritability, irregular sleeping patterns, social isolation, lack of interest in hobbies or activities, and other behavioral issues.

Teens and kids need therapy when they have problems they can’t cope with alone. It’s a safe space for children to tune in with their emotions and develop healthy coping skills.

Yes, therapy can help your child recognize their thoughts and feelings and learn how to respond appropriately. It also helps a child build helpful thinking patterns and positive behavioral habits.

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