Every family is unique in how it deals with conflict. If you or someone you love is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, disciplining children, divorce or re-marriage, family therapy may be right for you. A family counselor’s job is to work with you to develop new behaviors that lead to better communication. Our staff will evaluate problematic patterns in families and provide guidance about structuring, supporting and emotionally connecting with all members, both children and adults.
Why Choose Family Therapy?
Scientific research has shown time and time again that the psychology behind family therapy and counseling — in theory and in practice — is effective in treating a full range of mental and emotional disorders and health problems. Family counselors and therapists routinely treat serious conditions and issues such as alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, and marital conflict. The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists conducted a survey in which over 97 percent of participants reported their problems were corrected as a result of therapy. Furthermore, after working with a marriage or family therapist, 93 percent of patients claimed they had more effective tools and strategies for dealing with problems.
Helping Families in the Rogers Area
Family therapy is private, and is available for families in need of assistance. Through years of experience and proven methods of success, our professionals get to know the unique needs of every family they work with. This process makes it possible to strategize individualized plans of care for everyone involved in the counseling process. There is no “one size fits all” solution to helping families heal, and that is why our caring counselors implement a number of methods to family therapy sessions.
Creating Realistic Solutions
Family therapy or family systems therapy has evolved in recent years. It encompasses strong, supportive, long-term roles and relationships. It is structured to include people that may or may not be related to one another. Family therapy as a whole aims to provide realistic solutions for people experiencing pain as a couple or a family. Learning more about family therapy prior to requesting the services helps prepare men, women and children for what to expect from counselors and Pinnacle Counseling.