Is your teen struggling with academics or troublesome behavior? Has it been difficult to fully integrate a new member into your family? Are you struggling to care for an aging parent? Perhaps your family is simply experiencing too much conflict or a lack of intimacy. With these and other problems, teen and family therapy can be helpful.
Because problems exist in a context larger than the individual, I often work with entire families. In family therapy, I help families to address the problems that inevitably arise as children grow and families change. Together, we improve communication, clarify boundaries, and create collaboration among family members. Family therapy is effective with a wide-range of problems, including difficulties with communication, relationship conflict, eating disorders, grief and loss, and many more.