Problems and obstacles are common for individuals and families. Our therapists specialize in helping people cope with common problems of daily living which may affect a person’s happiness and general well-being.
Many people try to solve these problems alone and get discouraged to see them recur or become worse. Seeing a therapist is not a sign of personal weakness, but an indication you are taking a positive step toward achieving personal growth and development.
Family & Children— Parent-child conflicts, communicating, motivating and disciplining children, disagreements between parents over child rearing practices, relationships and boundaries with adult children who have returned home.
Couples— Developing and maintaining positive communication and a healthy relationship, conflict resolution, infidelity, separation and threats of divorce.
School & Education— Truancy, behavior problems, academic failure, bullying, difficulty making friends.
Divorce— Communicating and co-parenting effectively with an ex-spouse and children, life being single again, the single-parent family, managing your feelings of loss.
Mental/Emotional Health— Resolve or manage issues like depression, anxiety, ADHD that can interfere with relationships and functioning in all areas of your life.
Re-marriage & “Blended” Families— Conflicts among stepchildren and stepparents, adjustment difficulties among stepchildren, problems with favoritism.
Older Adults & Families— Understanding the aging process, managing the stresses of helping elderly parents while parenting your own children, communication problems among the generations.
Personal Development— Functioning at home or on the job, developing a positive self image, resolving and healing from past issues.
Interpersonal Relationships— Resolving relationship difficulties with family, friends or at work, reducing stress with others, reducing personality conflicts, increasing healthy relationships.
Job & Career— Conflict or stress with employer or coworkers, job satisfaction, job performance, absenteeism, unemployment.
Anger Management— Learning the skills to express anger in non-violent ways, resolving conflicts without becoming abusive, focusing on attitude and belief change