I can help your family make sense of the conflicts, crises and misunderstandings that brought you to therapy, and put into practice new perspectives, new ways of communicating and new solutions. Even when families are seeking help primarily for one individual, I always try to see if I can help the family function better as a whole.
The most effective solutions for your family may involve individual therapy for a child or teen, family therapy with parents and kids together, sibling sessions, parent coaching or couples therapy. I may suggest that we try several of these configurations, gathering multiple viewpoints and involving everyone in finding the right solutions to your challenges.
Common issues addressed in family therapy include: Communication issues, behavioral challenges, grief and loss, difficult transitions, sibling issues, divorce and separation, blended and step-families, and addiction.