A Circle of Supportive Services to Help Families
Let’s start at the beginning and get a clear picture of what is happening to your family and the possible solutions with a thorough and swift “diagnosis” from an objective expert.
The Whole Picture Approach to Treatment:
4 Steps to Mastering Your Life
Stage 1: Stabilize
Finally, you can catch your breath while someone else takes the lead.
I will help you understand your family struggle in its entirety while also holding the clear vision and roadmap to solutions.
From session 1 we begin to have a new view of how things got so bad, shifting from a “good guy/bad guy” story to a “good people/bad skills” one.
Walls begin to dissolve, and a logical, clear action plan is made to lead the system to stability and calm.
Stage 2: Support
Family members begin to drop their weapons under a “villain-less” view of your family’s problems and solutions.
Problems are now understood as faulty relational patterns in each spouse, allowing each to feel understood, respected, and hopeful that problems can be resolved from a place of logic and action.
All family members’ voices—especially children’s—are heard and valued as we work towards a common, unifying family goal.
Stage 3: Strengthen
Equipped with a new narrative of your family’s problems as faulty relational patterns vs. the defunct “good guy/bad guy” one, we then work to rebuild a foundation of balance and trust through skill-building.
We focus firmly on breaking current faulty patterns and swiftly replacing them with more effective ones.
Treatment becomes your “relational gym”—learning and practicing exercises to develop skills such as healthy confrontation, repair, and communication.
Stage 4: Set up
This is the sweetest part of the process!
As your relational skills improve, barriers vanish and feelings of renewed security, trust, and warmth for one another flow.
You have more confidence in your ability to navigate life’s choppy waters and feel happier as you make each other’s life dreams come true as a stronger, more secure and connected unit.
"Mystery is not about travelling to new places but about looking with new eyes."
- Marcel Proust
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