Family and relationships are the foundation for community
Family interactions and conflict can also contribute to many individual struggles. With guidance, family relationships can be a source of support, fulfillment, and happiness. Whether you’re coming to therapy as a family, or with your parent or child, chances are you’re hopeful that you can deepen your relationships and improve your overall family cohesion.
Like individuals, each family has its own life cycle which goes through different ebbs and flows and phases.
Some common family-related issues are:
- Changing family structure
- Blended family issues
- Divorced family issues
- Communication difficulties
- Individual transitions & impact on family
- Parent/child relationships
- Adjustments to changing individual needs
- Extended family conflict
It’s likely that one or more members of your family is hesitant to join in on the process. At New Leaf, we put care and time into developing relationships with each family member and with the family as a collective whole. This means attending to each family member’s unique needs while focusing on how the whole family can actively participate in a meaningful, healing process together.
It is common and typical for families to need outside help to navigate relationships and deepen connections with one another. If you are curious about whether family therapy is right for you
Please connect with us to learn more about our skilled and
knowledgeable family therapists at New Leaf.