Family Counseling

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Growing up in our family was like an institution of higher learning. We had lectures, hands-on experiences, tests, unpaid internships and house parties.

Family in its broadest sense is a group of people living together under one roof. They share core beliefs, values and rules. The core or immediate family may include a spouse or spouses, parent(s), brother, sister, son and/or daughter. Extended family may include grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews nieces and/or relatives.

Families by design are units that change and grow. Change is often uncomfortable. When difficulties arise, dysfunction occurs. Dysfunction is a natural occurrence. Help is needed for those who experience stress and other emotions as a result of instability.

Family circumstances in possible need of counseling are:

  • Blended family
  • Adopted/foster families
  • Single parent household
  • Extended family in transition (illness or death)
  • Family in Addiction or other Mental Health Crisis
  • Victims of Trauma
  • Any desiring growth in any area