Accepting New Clients (limited Openings).
Couple & Family Therapy
Marriage counseling, couple therapy, or family therapy can help to learn skills for building better, stronger bonds. Learn how to communicate openly, calmly, and clearly and solve problems rationally, without aggression or anger.
This form of therapy or counseling aims to guide those in a troubled relationship or those who want to improve their relationship through difficult times and help them develop and grow stronger. I will work with you to find ways to improve communication, learn to resolve conflict without aggression or anger, and address issues that create problems in your relationship.
Breakdown in communication
Conflicts with children or grandchildren
Therapy goals may be specific: behavior changes, relationship skill-building, ways to better communicate, eating disorders, or a better understanding of your gender identity. Therapy can also help reduce anxiety, build self-esteem, develop communications skills, and conflict resolution, or help them better understand their identity. The length of treatment depends on the complexity and severity of the area of concern.
A goal could be to assist the adolescent in identifying what situations make them anxious. Identify triggers and consequences for the anxious behavior. Help them to define what their “anxious” behavior looks like for them. Develop relaxation techniques and desensitization strategies to help them feel more comfortable in situations that increase their anxiety.
Therapy is developed based on the unique needs of each adolescent.
Three Core Research-Based Models are the Foundation of my Approach to Therapy