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Family Therapy

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Family therapy is designed to bring loved ones together through evidence-based practices that foster healthy communication

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What is family therapy?

Family therapy is a type of counseling that helps families deal with conflict mediation, communication, anger management, and other relational skills. It focuses on the family system, not just on individual family members.

When we address the root causes of mental health challenges by caring for the family as a whole, we can identify a more sustainable path to healing.

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A critical connection

Family therapy can help family members better relate to each other, resolve difficult issues, and cope with big life challenges. It can also help you better understand your loved ones' emotions, behaviors, and problems. In focusing on the entire family system, obstacles can be overcome together.

The challenges family therapy can address:

Family therapy is a core component of our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and by supporting families as a unit, we provide the essential tools and skills needed to better understand, connect, and forge a path towards wellbeing.

Coping skills
Substance use disorders
Death of a loved one
Major life transitions (new move, new job or school, divorce, etc.) 
Conflicts over screen time, friend groups, or curfews
Problems between siblings or other family members

The strategies we create:

When families are stuck in conflict, there is rarely a simple answer or explanation. But the job of your family therapist is to help you develop a plan to address these issues.

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Experience fewer outbursts and create more opportunities for problem solving

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Learn to self-regulate and gain a sense of ownership over emotions

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Develop a method for troubleshooting family struggles and understand which skills to draw upon when new problems arise

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Begin to work with each other, instead of against each other

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Practice active listening in order to create more trusting communication

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Grow comfortable discussing challenges, discoveries, and accomplishments openly and honestly without withdrawing or reacting

Start your healing journey

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From our first admissions call with you, we are focused on identifying the root causes of your struggles. We work with you and your family to process challenges, identify solutions, and grow together.

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We believe mental healthcare shouldn't be one-size-fits-all. That's why we're building care plans as unique as you are.

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