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youth & Family Counseling

We argue and disagree.  We even stop talking to each other at times, but in the end, family is important.  The Love will always be there. Conflict is a two way street…but so is reconciliation.



Family Counseling is an extension of individual therapy. This practice provides a threefold benefit. 

  1. It helps to give insight to the individual.

  2. It builds collaborative relationships among   members.

  3. It ultimately strengthens the community.   


Group Counseling is designed to assist individuals, with common experiences, overcome barriers through sharing individual perceptions, identifying common challenges, showing support for group members and focusing on solutions to move forward.


Family Therapy is designed to identify roles and systems by which the family operates, map the relationships between its members or between subsets of the family and ultimately disrupt dysfunctional relationships within the family, causing it to stabilize into healthier patterns.


Below are some of the issues families in need of counseling may be facing:  

  • New parent challenges.

  • Teen pregnancy.

  • School dropout prevention.

  • Anger or stress management.

  • Poor communication.

  • Marriage challenges.

  • Parenting issues for different stages, such as separation anxiety, depression, or discipline.



The goals are as follows –

1. Improve family, peer and individual relationships.

2. Help youth become aware of their emotional triggers and gain knowledge about their Emotional Intelligence (EI).  Those being their capacity for resilience, motivation, empathy, reasoning, stress management, communication, and their ability to read and navigate various social situations and conflicts.

3. Help families identify barriers causing dysfunction and how to alter and eliminate negative outcomes.

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