Jonathan Gerard, DMin
208 Sunset Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Families work best when everyone functions in his and her proper role. This means that parents need to be in charge, children need to know what is expected of them and to be given increasing freedom as they move through adolescence, and grandparents need to be "honored" in an advisory (only) role. When grandparents meddle or disempower parents or when children are in charge, problems arise.
Renew Therapy Associates, PLLC
Renew Therapy Associates
455 Swiftside Drive, Suite 102, Cary, North Carolina 27518
Is your family struggling to connect, communicate, or get past a hurtful situation? We can help! At Renew we love to come along and help the family heal, and move forward as a healthy thriving unit. Learning how to communicate effectively and build encouraging relationships will impact the whole family. We can help you in parenting issues, sibling arguments, and extended family situations.
The Mindly Group, PLLC
Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Counselors, and Marriage & Family Therapists
North Carolina 27513
Family therapy is an effective stand-alone treatment and can often be complementary to individual therapy, especially when working with children and adolescents. The aim of family therapy is to develop insight and understanding into relationship dynamics and family structures that may be contributing to dysfunction for one or several family members and ultimately identify develop healthier, more adaptive means of resolving conflict within the family system.
Whitney Johnson, MAMFT, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
219 N Boylan Ave, Suite 205, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
I work with families of teenagers to establish healthy lines of communication & healthy tools for conflict resolution. Often this is accomplished through various types of counseling sessions: individual as well as couples & family sessions. I work with families to tailor my approach to their unique family relationships & struggles. Communication between teenagers & their families can greatly be improved through therapy! You can learn to talk to your teen in such a way that they listen & listen so your teen will talk to you more openly! Conflict resolution skills can also be learned so that the emotional climate of your home is much brighter & more stable. Family therapy can greatly help!
Tina Lepage, Psy.D.
CEO of Group Psychology & Psychiatry Practice Serving the Triangle for Over 10 Years; Licensed Psychologist
LEPAGE ASSOCIATES SOLUTION-BASED PSYCHOLOGICAL & PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, 5842 Fayetteville Road, Suite 106, Durham, North Carolina 27713
Sometimes a child or one family member is brought in for treatment of an issue that may actually have more to do with interactions between family members than a problem specific to this identified client. The psychologists at Lepage Associates believe that some of the issues that come up for children are due to interaction styles between family members and that a holistic, family therapy approach is the most effective treatment. Our psychologists approach family work with an awareness of each family member needs while also respecting parenting styles and cultural differences in childrearing. We find that the families we work with report stronger parent-child relationships, less conflict in the ho....
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.
Eve Cribbs, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
1407 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, UNITED STATES 27605
I consult with families who have a loved one with an eating disorder. Families are in the dark when it comes to knowing how to handle the day-to-day functioning with their family member, how to help, where to go for appropriate expert treatment and how to approach their loved one with their concerns. Often families use their natural instincts to help and find they are making the problems worse. Sometimes husbands or wives need help addressing their worries to their mates as well. This is very tricky, but can be facilitated with help. I offer support, information, specific guidelines and resources for families who hire me in this type of scary situation.
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.
Tammy Holcomb, LPCS, CEDS, NBCCH
Licensed Professional Counselor
5001 S Miami Blvd. Ste 325, Durham, North Carolina 27703
Families frequently come to Family Therapy with the idea that there is one person in the family who they are concerned about. Sometimes, they do not recognize the role that each family member can play in both the creation and resolution of a problem. I especially find this to be true after the family has experienced a trauma. I enjoy helping families recognize these patterns and learn to step out of roles that no longer benefit them.