Janice DellaBadia, LCSW
Psychotherapist, Coach and Mediator
Route 10, Randolph, New Jersey 07869
Which is more important: An individual's needs or the needs of the family? Answer: both A healthy, cohesive family can solve, support and resolve issues which create conflict, distress, reconnect and strengthen the family. All family members are asked to attend family counseling. From time-to-time, I may ask to meet with individual members if it can benefit the family as a whole. Aesop wrote in his fables, "together we stand, divided we fall..." Together the family can be a cohesive unit where all members feel safe, respected, supported and loved.
Michele Nardella, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Warren, New Jersey 07059
I work with individuals, couples and families to help them identify and address the difficult issues that are standing in the way of the strong, loving relationships they deserve. I strive to help all clients establish positive communication skills and stronger relationships. I provide a safe and supportive environment where they can explore and address feelings of hurt or anger and develop goals that will move them toward healing and reconnection.
Marion Rollings, PhD
236 West High Street, Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805
Family problems affect everyone in the family-from the oldest down to the youngest family member. Working with as few as two family members, I can help you and your family resolve conflict, emotional cut-offs, and negative communication patterns. Long term unresolved issues often create present day conflict and misunderstandings that affect everyone in the family. Therapy can help uncover and resolve those issues as well as work through the current family issues.
Marty Tashman, Ph.D.(psychology), ACSW, M.S.W.
25 Oakbrook Place, Somerset, New Jersey 08873
During Family Therapy we deal with: patterns of communication (the way people in the family talk to each other); anger (how that sabotages the family); correcting dysfunctional patters, and negotiation (how to work out things so that everybody feels O.K. about the solutions). During family counseling families learn how to deal with crisis as well conflict management techniques. Also included are effective parenting skills for both children as well as teenagers. Therapy needs to have practical strategies and to be as short term as possible.
Christine Wilke, Ed.S LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
139 N. Third St, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I have been trained to view issues in the context of the family. My training includes psychotherapy and family systems. I focus on understanding clients' symptoms and the interaction patterns with family and friends that may contribute to the problem. We are social beings and the important people in our lives often influence us in significant ways.
Suzi Sena, EdS, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
147 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 307, Florham Park, New Jersey 07932
Families are dynamic! Many times when a family comes to see me, I hear “We love each other, but we don’t really like each other right now”. With an advanced degree in family therapy, I work from a systemic perspective where we explore how individual family members are impacting each other and the family unit as a whole. Challenges can range from a specific problem to be solved, an unhealthy pattern that needs to be altered, or an issue (loss, affair, emotions, trauma) that needs to be processed. Through therapy, we find ways to build positive relationships and to reconnect – so all family members can start “liking” each other again.
Rebecca Logunovskiy, MA, LPC, LMHC
Licensed Professional Counselor
470 Ridgedale Ave, Suite 3, East Hanover , New Jersey 07936
Family therapy is unique in comparison to individual therapy, as the focus is placed on the dynamics within the family and not on one individualized person. My family therapy approach is to understand the goals of each individual, as well a the family unit as a whole. The focus is traditionally placed on communication styles within the family, different alliances formed within the family and how the family is functioning together.