What services we provide
Our highly qualified clinical team are trained in systemic or relational treatment. When clients
enter our clinic for treatment, we see them as individuals immersed in families and complicated
Key areas focused on in treatment are shifting roles and boundaries, conflict resolution, managing expectations, letting go and promoting independence, dealing with transitions and life changes, building healthy adult relationships, and self-care and well-being.
It is important to note that therapy with parents of adult children may involve a variety of settings. Our marriage and family therapists are specifically trained to establish and work with treatment plans involving individual sessions with each parent, joint sessions with both parents, or even including the adult children in the therapy process, depending on the specific circumstances and goals of therapy.
Factors to Consider
Who Is At Risk?
Dysfunctional family dynamics can shape individuals’ beliefs, attitudes, and behavior patterns. It is important to note that not all individuals from dysfunctional families will experience these negative outcomes, as individual resilience and external factors can influence their trajectory.