Therapy is a process by which you and, in some cases, other important people in your life can discover solutions to the problems you face.
By talking about your problems with a skilled and appropriately trained therapist, you can discover new ways to understand your difficulties, develop new skills to help you cope with life’s demands, improve your relationships with the people around you and learn to feel and function better. More importantly, you can learn a lot about yourself as a person, find ways to better meet your own emotional needs, set and achieve personal goals and live a more satisfying life.
Family and Couples Therapy
Families can face many types of difficult circumstances. When problems or crises arise that exceed a family’s ability to successfully meet the challenges they face, professional help may be necessary to ensure the appropriate resolution. Our licensed clinicians will evaluate the family history and current pattern of interactions in order to diagnose both the sources of the problems at hand as well as the behavioral patterns that maintain those problems. Once the treatment needs of the family have been assessed interventions will be designed to ensure the family has the greatest chance of improving the interactions between family members. Improved interactions will help all family members function more effectively both within the family and outside of their home.
The Center for Family Guidance, PC has offered a wide variety of behavioral health services, including individual therapy, for many years.
Our providers utilize a variety of approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, psychodynamic therapy and play therapy (for younger children).
Our clinical team includes:
- Board-Certified Psychiatrists
- Licensed Psychologists
- Advance Practice Nurses
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Licensed Professional Counselors
With CFG, you can access behavioral health services in our office or with a select group of CFG providers online. Learn more about our virtual psychiatry and therapy partnership with Array Behavioral Care.