Families fight sometimes. Family conflict can arise when family members have different views or beliefs that don’t mix. Sometimes conflict can occur when members misunderstand each other and jump to conclusions. Left untreated, ongoing conflict can be stressful and damaging to relationships. If your family is experiencing disagreements, frequent arguing, physical conflict, avoidance, or a major disruption in its homeostasis, it is important to make a plan to talk to a professional who can help you through it and find ways to learn to resolve familial problems.
Local Experts in Family Conflict
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Family Therapy
I work with families who have various forms of conflict, from parents arguing often or disagreeing on how to handle situations with their children, to high conflict divorces, to working with seemingly rebellious teens and many other kinds of family conflict..
Individual Therapy, Child Therapy, Group Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy
I have experience working with families facing stressful situations, including: complicated grief due to unexpected loss, divorce, trauma, substance abuse and behavioral problems among one or more children in the family. I am systems-oriented and believe that even if the whole family cannot participate in counseling, we can approach counseling with the whole family in mind.
Group Therapy, Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy
Masters training in family systems theory
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy
I am certified in Reunification Therapy, having trained with Jane Irvine, MA, LPC, Barbara Shindall, LCSW, and Karen Jamieson Darr, PhD. This training provided the tools and resources for me to guide my clients through this complex process. I work with attorneys and the courts to provide required reports and assessments to determine whether or not reunification therapy should be recommended.