Therapy is always helpful for the adoptive parents as well as the child.
Therapy for couples dealing with conflict of all kinds can be helpful. Some therapists prefer to meet with each partner individually and then as a couple. Others prefer to meet the couples together at all times. Typically, issues causing conflict are identified, skills are offered and practice of those skills is supported.
Traditional Families are usually treated by seeing the parents first, and identifying the issues. Family therapy may include meeting with children separately prior to meeting as a family unit.
Non-Traditional Families are usually treated by seeing the parents first, and identifying the issues.Family therapy may include meeting with children separately prior to meeting as a family unit.
Blended Families Families bringing children from prior marriages into the family with the goal of blending them into a cohesive unit is best served by meeting with the parents first and identifying the sources of conflict. Defining the ‘step’ parents role is productive as well. Meeting with the children separately prior to meeting as a family unit is preferred.
We offer services to the following groups.
Once a week for 12 weeks*
DBT for teen girls, once a week for 9 weeks
For teen girls, once a week for 8 weeks
Partners of Sexual Addicts Support Group (POSA)
2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month 10-11:30 am
Good Grief *
For anyone who is struggling over the loss of a loved one. Monday evenings for 8 weeks.
*Note: Starred groups are based on demand and appropriate class size. If interested in one of those groups, sign on to the waiting list. Once we have a good number, (7minimum) you will be contacted. The other groups are ongoing, but please call to confirm attendance as size is limited.
Note: Group meetings are subject to change and attendance minimums. Please register for the desired group by clicking here. Once a group has met the minimum of 7 participants, you will be contacted with further information.