“Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.”
― Lilo and Stitch
BREAK YOUR UNHEALTHY PATTERNS & REBUILD YOUR RELATIONSHIPS
When working with families, we view things systemically, meaning that we look at the whole family system. While there are individual people within the family, the family unit can only break patterns that are keeping them stuck by understanding each other and addressing how individual interactions impact the family as a whole.
Working with your entire family allows us to understand, from an objective, third-party perspective, your family’s dynamics. We’ll use those insights to help each person within the family to work together and improve your relationships with each other.
Common reasons for seeking family therapy
Grief or Loss
Establishing Roles & Boundaries
Let’s Get You Started
We’ll find out if we’re a good fit during a quick phone call. If we both agree, we’ll schedule an intake appointment.
We’ll talk for an hour and a half or two hours, so that we can gather detailed information about your situation and goals.
Follow Up Sessions
Once we’ve agreed on your specific treatment plan, we’ll schedule regular 50-60-minute follow-up sessions.
THERE’S HELP FOR YOUR FAMILY
We know how difficult it can be to reach out for help but know that you’re not alone. We’re here to help. I believe in the importance of creating a safe, comfortable, and supportive space for your entire family. And we know that traditional talk therapy isn’t for everyone, so we have an extensive toolbox of techniques to draw from as we work together.