Virginia Center for Family Relations, LPC & LMFT
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
100 B Mactanly Place, Staunton, Virginia 24401
How is Family Therapy different from other types of therapy? Family Therapy helps individuals and families overcome dysfunctional or destructive patterns. This is done by making some changes in the family as a whole system. That means each family member has his or her way of interacting with each other. Some are healthy, while other family patterns are very unhealthy and cause a tremendous amount of pain. Additionally, each family member has a role he or she plays in the way the family communicates and interacts with one another. A Family Therapist is trained in approaching counseling with individuals and families by looking at the family “system”. The counselor, in speaking with the family, makes an assessment of the family patterns, then a plan...(view profile to read more)
John Raymond, MA, MS, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
160 Warrior Dr., Stephens City, Virginia 22655
Families have as many dynamics as there are members. Each family has its own system to handle life's challenges. Sometimes, some of these systems do not operate effectively. The goal of family therapy is to help families understand the systems used, how they are not helping, and learn new skills to better equip the family to provide a safe and secure home for all to thrive
Rebecca Norris, Psychologists, LCPCs, LCSWs and MD
Appalachian Behavioral Health Center (301)724-7277
507 Henderson Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland 21502
Family Counseling is extremely important and works wonders. If only one member of a football team learns the plays, there would be no teamwork or EFFECTIVE communication. It takes courage and discipline and LOVE for your family to take the time out for Family Counseling. Our therpaist will listen to each family member and help to identify teh weaknesses and strengths within that family. It is amazing how many families change dramatically after communicating in a safe, peaceful environment. We teach each family member how to be a part of the team and make successful and longlasting changes.
Glen Bowman, Ph.D
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2300 Commonwealth Dr Ste 100, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Your family is your most valuable asset. They are priceless, and they are worth doing everything you can to help them thrive. Sometimes our families may seem less like an asset and more like a liability to us; maybe sometimes they even seem like our enemies. But it doesn't have to be this way! We at Thriveworks Counseling Charlottesville believe that there is hope in even the darkest situations to not only restore, but to vastly improve your family relationships. Our team of highly trained and passionate counselors are enthusiastic about helping to restore to your family. Please call us today at (434) 812-4009 for a free phone consultation or to schedule an appointment. We're proud to help!
Holly Robedeau, Licensed Psychologist. PsyD.
Psychologist/ Counseling/ Psychotherapist-Individual, Couples & Marriage & Family
3040 Berkmar Drive, Suite A, 22901, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Michelle Kelley, LCSW
92 Main St., Suite 202 #8, Warrenton, Virginia 20186
Mother - daughter counseling is a speciality area at Girls Stand Strong. Whether your daughter (or mother) is old or young, learning some communication strategies and have a third person to mediate can be extremely beneficial. Navigating through those tumultuous teen years is not easy. Parent / child relationships often suffer. It's amazing to see the positive results in mother/daughter relationships after a few sessions. Please reach out for some support and guidance.
Marianne Clyde, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
20 Ashby Street, Warrenton, Virginia 20186
Each family member has an important role to play. I teach families how to recognize each others' strengths and learn to work together toward common goals. Without blaming or scapegoating, families can move beyond a place of being stuck in unhealthy behavior patterns, each taking responsibility for his/her own actions and recognizing how he/she influences the family dynamic.