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Couples & Family Therapy

Family therapy is important as it brings parents, siblings and extended family members into the counseling process. Every individual in the family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development from childhood to adulthood. The family system impacts and is impacted by the others. Family therapy may be helpful to resolve a specific issue, prepare family members for a major life change or transition, and address the roles each individual plays in the family and the family plays in the individual's life. Family therapy will help individuals understand how their family functions, identify strengths and weaknesses within the family system, set goals and strategies to meet those goals, improve communication skills, and help the family become stronger overall. 

Marriage & Relationship Counseling help two people in a relationship feel closer and more connected, help navigate life transitions, rebuild trust, and find love in their relationship again. It can be difficult for two individuals to find their way to each other and despite our best efforts to reconnect, the frustrating cycle may keep two individuals distant from one another. My goal is to help you reconnect, gain strength in the relationship, and to help you re-ignite the spark you once had. 

Divorce is one of the most stressful life event adults go through. It's traumatic to all parties involved and a difficult decision a couple may come to. We help individuals through the divorce process in a way that minimizes harmful effects on all parties involved, as well as help guide the adults to separate in a healthy manner. We can help with guidance on divorce options as well as offer mediation services which will help you prepare for the legal process. This will be completed at a much lower hourly rate than working with attorneys and also saves you time, money, and stress. Keep in mind, we are not lawyers and can not offer legal advice. We simply help guide you through the beginning part of the divorce process. 

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