Anyone seeking healthier, closer family relationships can benefit from family therapy. Family therapy is necessary to address family issues and heal a family’s wounds. Family therapy can be beneficial on many different levels. Some positive family therapy outcomes are: Strategies to develop and maintain boundaries, Fostered sense of cohesion and communication among family members, Promotes problem-solving through the understanding of family patterns and dynamics, Builds empathy and understanding
I provide strategies to strengthen executive function skills for those struggling with ADHD
My psychotherapy approach is focused on the notion that the family is a system and that no one is to blame for the conflicts within the family, but rather it is the interactional patterns between the family members which may need to be changed. Therefore, I help the individual, couple, or family facilitate changes and solutions to achieve a different reality than what is currently being experienced.
The parent therapy sessions I offer provide parents of children with ADHD with related information, parenting tips, strategies conducive to the ADHD brain, and a safe place to ask questions, explore options, or even just vent. The parenting boundaries, rewards, and consequences effective for non-ADHD children are not effective for kids with ADHD. My professional approach is focused around the family as a system with circular interactional patterns that affect all members of the family.
All things can be improved, changed and bettered, with just a little support, no matter how big or small. With marital therapy, you’ll learn how to communicate your feelings and needs, and get what you want out of your relationship. In my couple’s therapy sessions, I help people develop the necessary skills needed to maintain sustaining connection.
ADHD therapy is a tailored collaborative partnership by which individuals are empowered to develop the awareness, cognitive processes, behavioral patterns, and environmental structures to overcome the performance deficits caused by weakened executive skills. Strategies and actions are designed to strengthen specific executive function skills, and progress is monitored by creating accountability in concert with goals.