Striving for family happiness, peace, connection.
You’re been thinking for some time:
“What we’ve been doing is no longer working. I know my kid is having a tough time but the WHOLE FAMILY is overwhelmed.”
You know something needs to change but you’re not sure where to even begin.
“All I know is that the whole family could benefit from support, guidance, ideas, and a plan to get back on track.”
You’ve come to the right place.
A family-focused way to hope and healing
Let’s challenge the idea that one person is responsible for the problems of the family. Focusing on your child’s well-being is phenomenal, but focusing on the well being of the family as a whole is even more so.
When a tough situation comes your way you want to feel it in your heart that your family can handle it. You want to be able to confidently say: “We got this.”
Judgement-free family therapy where every family member gets support.
- Get better understanding of what motivates each member of your family
- Target breakdowns in communication
- Learn how to listen and respond when your child, spouse, or co-parent opens up to you
- Stop the power struggles
- Be the person your child comes to, instead of social media or negative peer influence.
Types of family therapy:
Whole family – Including mothers, fathers, siblings, and other important people in your child’s life
Mother-daughter issues – Mothers and daughters of all ages need support
Parent-focused Therapy-You know your child needs help, but you need it too. You are an involved parent and you need strategies and change in your life, as much as you want it for your child. But in your heart you feel you need to work through your own obstacles first.
I love hearing the families I work with say “We finally feel we have an understanding of why we are the way we are, and what we can do to make life better.”
I’m passionate about helping families walk away from session with hope for improvement, a confidence in their strengths and skills, and a family plan for things to feel better. Schedule a brief chat today so we can talk about how I can help your family.