All families experience the stresses related to career, education, and financial pressures. Family counseling can improve communication as well as provide strategies to reduce conflicts between family members.
MFTs are trained in systemic, or relational, therapy and believe that throughout life we exist in a number of relationships that directly and indirectly impact our well-being.
Each family can be considered a type of social network with its own structure and unique ways of dealing with one another. Nuclear families, step families, and even extended family can have communication problems that can best be observed in the family therapy environment. The goal is to examine ways for improving their interrelationships.
If you would like to explore ways to resolve conflict, learn how to communicate effectively, better understand each other, enhance your emotional connection and strengthen your relational bond, call E.J. to set up an introductory appointment.