Dale Hancock, Ph.D.
Dr. Dale Hancock
3540 Clemmons Road Suite 233, Clemmons, North Carolina 27012
The family is the foundation of our society. It is so easy, however, for the family unit to lose focus and fall into a myriad of problems. Sometimes the need is to involve the whole family in counseling to understand the unique dynamics that each member brings. Today there also has to be strong focus on blended families since it is quite prevalent in our society.
Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPC
3300 Battleground Avenue Suite 303, Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
My strength and focus when working with your family is to hear what the problem is and provide you with a solution that your family can benefit from. When working with families, I understand that their are many voices wanting to be heard and different personalities clashing. That is why - I work to help each involved family member with tools and strategies on how to manage their areas of concern and that of the whole family. Give me a call today to explore what it is that may be impacting your family and how I can help. I understand that the process of "shopping" for a counselor is lengthy - difficult - and a bit scary --- but so is the alternative of continuing on.
Jill White-Huffman, LPC, MFT
Licensened Professional Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist
1921 D Boulevard Street / Holden Executive Center, Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
Family Therapy usually consists of learning healthy ways to communicate so that problem solving becomes much easier. In my practice, I have been able to help family members improve their understanding of one another by simply offering helpful strategies that have been researched over time and have been founded to be helpful. Family members learn that if things are not going well within the family dynamics that it is not only important but healthy to get help from a professional so that they learn skills to communicate with one another better. Parents learn ways to model healthy communication patterns with their children and their children will model these same patterns in the future.
Maria Russell, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Salisbury, North Carolina 28146
Families provide a unique complexity of dynamics and relationships. Different personalities, families of origin and opinions/perspectives often lead to conflict among two or more members within the family. While there may be one "identified client", it is important to work together as a system to make changes and grow. I work with families on communication skills, conflict resolution and becoming more aware of how their behaviors effect others around them.
Carolina Castanos, Ph.D
Marriage and Family Therapist
3711-A West Market St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
Families sometimes get stuck in ways of relating that are hurtful. When looking at a family, I first understand the stage of development they are at. A young couple with young children is not the same as older couple with teenagers, or adult family that work together. Within each particular context, I try to work and strengthen each subsystem (sibling/parental) as well as the dyadic relationships (father/mother-son/daughter, sibling-sibling). This helps create bonds and special connections among all family members inevitably leading to new positive ways of interacting.