• Family Therapy

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Self Esteem

  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Addiction Counseling

  • Anger Management

  • Family Conflict

  • Domestic Violence

  • Divorce

  • The benefits of family therapy include:

     

    • A better understanding of healthy boundaries and family patterns and dynamics;
    • Enhanced communication;
    • Improved problem solving;
    • Deeper empathy;
    • Reduced conflict and better anger management skills (10 Acre Ranch, 2017).

    More specifically, family therapy can improve family relationships through:

    • Bringing the family together after a crisis;
    • Creating honesty between family members;
    • Instilling trust in family members;
    • Developing a supportive family environment;
    • Reducing sources of tension and stress within the family;
    • Helping family members forgive each other;
    • Conflict resolution for family members;
    • Bringing back family members who have been isolated

    In addition, family therapy can enhance skills required for healthy family functioning, including communication, conflict resolution, and problem-solving. Improving these skills for each member of the family increases the potential for success in overcoming or addressing family problems. In family therapy, the focus is on providing all family members with the tools they need to facilitate healing