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Family Counseling

Is This You?

 

Right now, you may be wondering how on earth to help your family.

Maybe your teen or tween has shut down and withdrawn, not letting you in anymore and you’re wondering how to help them.

Perhaps you’re feeling concerned about the fact that your kids just never seem to be able to get along and you only seem to make it worse when you intervene.

Or you might be curious how you, your partner, and your kids can best navigate a rocky transitional time, like the teenage years, a big move, or a shift in your relationship (divorce, separation, re-marrying and blending together families).

Maybe your child has decided to transition and you don’t know how to handle it well as a family.

You’d like to be able to support your kids in any way you possibly can but it seems like every time you open your mouth it only makes it worse.

You’ve talked to your friends, you’ve read the books, and none of it seems to be helping.

You need some professional support.

What You’re Hoping For:

 

That’s where a good family counselor can come in.

A family counselor can help you guys feel safe, comfortable, and supported enough to really talk about what’s going for you all without falling into those patterns you all seem to get stuck in at home.

A good family counselor can help identify patterns and dynamics playing out that may be getting in the way of you all feeling close and connected.

And most importantly, a good family counselor can help you build a bridge back to one another as a family.

Because, let’s face it, at the end of the day you probably just want to feel connected to each other again, don’t you?

What We Can Do Together:

 

Family counseling takes time, effort, and an investment from each member of your family to show up and be vulnerable with one another.

While family counseling doesn’t come with guaranteed results, some of the benefits of it may include:

  • Improved communication with one another;
  • Lessened defensiveness;
  • More empathy and compassion and kindness towards one another;
  • A deeper sense of understanding how your individual behavior (or lack of it) is impacting one another;
  • Tools and resources to practice new, more healthy and functional behaviors and habits;
  • A neutral third party perspective on what’s really going on and how you guys can feel close again.

Truly, beginning family counseling can have a profound and transformative impact on your life together.

The Next Steps:

 

Here at Evergreen, we know that choosing the “right” family counselor can sometimes feel overwhelming and confusing and we want to help you make this decision and feel totally at ease about booking a session with us which is why we encourage you to check out our clinician bios, our FAQ’s, the kind words people have said about working with us, and our blog.

And, we offer complimentary 15-minute consult calls to help you learn more about our therapy services and to match you up with a counselor who can best support your unique situation.

If it turns out we’re not the best fit for you, no problem! We’ll happily provide you with a few referrals to folks who might be.

We invite you to reach out to us today and to book your complimentary, 15-minute consult. We look forward to hearing from you and to supporting you in any way we can.

A Partial List Of Issues We Treat:

  • Sibling conflict
  • Strain between parents/kids
  • Bad communication patterns
  • Help navigating major life changes
  • Blending/changing family issues
  • Death of a parent/grandparent
  • Lack of trust with one another
  • Feeling out of control
  • General support to feel close again

Don’t see your issue on this list? Don’t worry – it’s just the tip of the iceberg. At Evergreen, our therapists treat a wide variety of issues so we encourage you to book a complimentary 15-minute consult call to talk through your own unique issue so we can set you up with the therapist who can best support you in your goals.

If you're ready to book an appointment with one of our therapists at Evergreen, simply click here to book your initial consultation session and then we'll get you matched up and booked right away.

If you'd like to get in contact with us to ask other questions, call or text us at 510-373-2723 or simply send us a message through this contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!

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