Family Therapy

Family dynamics are constantly shifting and can be complex. Families may seek out therapy to learn how to communicate better and resolve general conflicts, or to address specific issues such as marital or financial problems, conflict between parents and children, or the impact of substance abuse or a mental illness on the entire family. Family therapy can help improve troubled relationships between partners, children or other family members. It will also help families to recognize unhealthy patterns and teach skills to replace those with positive, healthy communication. A family therapist will help members of your family gain the skills to get through stressful times, communicate more openly, and grow closer. Family therapy is often short-term and it can include all family members or just those able or willing to participate. Think your family might benefit from family therapy? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s experts today. 

Meet the specialists

Every family faces unique challenges, especially given today’s fast paced environment. We believe that these times are opportunities for us to support families, providing tools to assist family members so that they can collaborate and learn to navigate more readily. Our team at JSRC works with clients to set specific goals, so that each family can move through the therapy process and exit with a stronger family environment.

— Samantha Lavy, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Stamford, CT

As an LMFT-A, I am trained to view the family as a cohesive unit. Some of our issues and concerns derive from our closest family relationships; at times they may cause us more stress than security. I see parent-child relationships, sibling relationships, and even multi-generational family relationships, and help process communication patterns, power hierarchies, family rules/roles, and past trauma and conflict. My goal is to aid a family towards a state of peace.

— Trilby Yonkovitz, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Greenville, SC
 

I have training and experience in providing family therapy in the following areas: improving communication, improving attachment and connection, behavior modification, and conflict resolution.

— Lianna Purjes, Clinical Social Worker in Lakewood, CO

Whether family is considered origin, choice, relational, family systems, Conjoint therapy, helping improve relationships, or increased additional support...our staff values the importance of healthy support and works with our clients to help them incorporate that in therapy.

— Bet Shaddinger, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Fort Lauderdale, FL
 

Family therapy is a concept that can be loosely defined. We are all a part of a family. Therefore, family tends to affect our lives in some form or fashion. Family also doesn’t have to be blood-related; it can be the ones you choose along the way. Throughout the course of therapy, it might be helpful to bring in some family members as we see fit and/or beneficial for you. When doing this, it will always be with your consent first. This provides a better picture to me as your therapist.

— Mallory Striesfeld, Licensed Professional Counselor in Houston, TX

I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have worked with individuals, couples and families for over 16 years.

— Erin Falvey-Hogue, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in San Diego, CA
 

For families that need extra support, I provide family therapy using principles from Attachment Theory and Structural Family Therapy. With family therapy, you and your family develop skills to communicate with each other in a healthy, positive way and build your relationships.

— Jennifer Gomez, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Marlton, NJ

With several Licensed Family Marriage Therapists on staff, we specialize in Marriage Counseling, Child Counseling, Family Counseling, and other relationship counseling.

— Aloha Behavioral Consultants, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Harrisville, UT
 

I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have worked with individuals, couples and families for over 16 years.

— Erin Falvey-Hogue, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in San Diego, CA

Families are complicated and many families don't handle conflict well. Addiction, financial stress, illness are some of the issues that can be helped through family counseling. Parents and children learn new ways to communicate and can express themselves in a safe place. Many families can significantly improve their interactions and regain their closeness.

— Jill Barnett Kaufman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Princeton, NJ
 

Family is an important part of our world. I work with families to help bring lasting change to the system. Addressing the needs of the family is important when working with children to bring lasting change.

— Hannah Benedict, Licensed Professional Counselor Intern in Portland, OR