Additional Counseling Services
Sometimes it becomes apparent that a relationship is just not going to survive. There is, however, a “good way” to separate. Getting counseling during the separation/divorce process can make the experience less painful. Separation counseling is especially valuable if there are children involved.
Being a parent is the hardest job in the world. When your child was born, no one gave you a manual to tell you how to be a parent. Everyone seems to offer advice, but much of it isn’t helpful. What works for one child may not work for another. A counselor can offer an objective third-party opinion and constructive suggestions to solve your parenting dilemmas.
Depression, anxiety and anger are common complaints seen by therapists. Exploring the root of the issue is the first step in healing. While the actual process of therapy may not always be comfortable or easy, it is important to work through it in order to find your happy, healthy place.
Families with Special Needs
Having a child with special needs puts additional stress on a family. In fact, many marriages don’t survive this stress. Statistics show that 8 out of 10 marriages will end in divorce after a child is diagnosed with Autism. Whatever condition you and your child are facing, seeking counseling is an important piece of the puzzle. Many parents who have children with special needs report that they “just try to get through” every day. Counseling can help to alleviate some of the pain and anxiety you’ve been experiencing.
We offer flexible hours to fit your busy schedule. Evening and weekend appointments available. Reduced fee counseling available for those with financial need.
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